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The National Register hosts ongoing webinars that cover clinical and ethical topics. Recent presentations explored opioid reduction, therapy relationships, self-care, resilience after trauma, working with immigrant families, working with military patients, sleep, bullying, suicide, dangerous patients, motivational interviewing, integrated care, and more. Preview our clinical webinars below. The National Register occasionally hosts supplemental or special webinars in addition to our clinical webinars, and we offer risk management webinars in collaboration with The Trust.
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Psychologists play a critical role in helping patients with chronic pain achieve their goals for opioid reduction. Dr. Beth Darnall reviews results from opioid tapering scientific studies, iatrogenic consequences of poor tapering practices, pitfalls to avoid, best clinical practices for patient safety, and tools and treatments that may support patient success.
Beth Darnall, PhD, is Associate Professor at Stanford University School of Medicine, Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative, and Pain Medicine. Dr. Darnall is principal investigator for NIH and PCORI-funded clinical trials that broadly investigate behavioral medicine and self-management strategies for acute and chronic pain, and voluntary patient-centered prescription opioid reduction. She has authored/co-authored five books for patients and clinicians, including The Opioid-Free Pain Relief Kit, Less Pain, Fewer Pills, and Psychological Treatment for Chronic Pain. She develops and investigates digital interventions and virtual reality for perioperative and chronic pain, and is the chief science advisor for appliedVR. In 2018 she briefed the U.S. Congress on the opioid and pain crises, and in 2019 provided invited testimony to the FDA on iatrogenic harms from forced opioid tapering. Her work has been featured in Scientific American, NPR Radio, BBC Radio, JAMA Internal Medicine, and Nature. In 2018 she spoke on the psychology of pain relief at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
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