FYRACMLS-Presenter-DarnallB2
Position:

Professor


Department:

Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine


Organization:

Stanford University School of Medicine


Country:

United States

Dr. Beth Darnall

PhD

Beth Darnall, PhD is Professor at Stanford University School of Medicine, Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative, and Pain Medicine where she directs the Stanford Pain Relief Innovations Lab. Her research is funded by the NIH and PCORI. She is creator of “Empowered Relief”, an evidence-based, 2-hour, single-session skills-based intervention for acute/surgical pain and chronic pain (delivered in 14 countries and 7 languages). Darnall has twice briefed the U.S. Congress and the FDA on patient-centered pain care and opioid stewardship. She serves on the NIH Interagency Pain Research Coordinating Committee, the CDC Opioid Workgroup (2020-2021), serves on the Board of Directors of the American Academy of Pain Medicine, and is Chief Science Advisor for AppliedVRm and. Her work has been featured in outlets such as Scientific American, NPR Radio, BBC Radio, The New York Times and Nature. In 2018 she spoke about pain relief at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

Sessions


Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Time
4:30pm EDT6:00pm EDT

No Singular Solution: Prescribing, Tapering, and the Opioid Pendulum Swing

Tracks: Evidence, Clinical Trials, Systematic Review, Guidelines And Implementation Science
Categories: Topical Workshop
Room: 701 B

This workshop explores real world implications for clinical practice and patient outcomes of national opioid prescribing guidelines in Europe and…




Friday, September 23, 2022

Time
10:45am EDT12:15pm EDT

The Intersection of Pain and the Opioid Epidemic Across the Lifespan: Scalable Behavioral Solutions

Tracks: Evidence, Clinical Trials, Systematic Review, Guidelines And Implementation Science
Categories: Topical Workshop
Room: 716 B

Chronic pain and opioid use disorders have become significant and integrally related health concerns across the lifespan, affecting millions of…