Collision of Religion and Pain Treatment MP3

Dr. Richard Randolph, former associate professor of bioethics at the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, explores three questions about religion that often collide with the medical ethics of treating pain: In what ways may patients draw resources from their religious faith as a form of managing or coping with chronic pain? In what ways may patients incorporate their religious faith to make sense of chronic pain? In what ways or why do patients refuse opioids and other pain management resources for religious reasons? (March 25, 2011)

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pain, chronic pain, opioids, medical ethics, Richard Randolf, religion, pain management

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