Interview with Don Teater, MD, MPH  Founder, Teater Health Solutions
We need to prescribe fewer opioids. A lot of our medical education is still driven by pharmaceutical companies. AD can help by disseminating the evidence on the appropriate treatment of pain. It was only in 2016 that the CDC first came out with guidelines saying opioids should not be the first line of treatment for people with chronic pain.

Clinicians as Champions:
Understanding Barriers & Enablers To Detailing Success
Interview with Johnathan Goree, MD Director of Chronic Pain & Opioid Stewardship
University of Arkansas for Medical Science 
I went into anesthesiology because I wanted to be the best prepared doctor for an emergency  but I moved into pain medicine because I missed the 1-on-1 patient contact and longitudinal patient care. Here are some other things that lead me into pain medicine. After getting my wisdom teeth removed, I was given too much fentanyl during the procedure resulting in being given Narcan to wake up Read more.

Interview with Victoria Adewumi, MA  Community Liaison, City of Manchester
I didn't know any of the other detailers before the project. The NaRCAD training was great as an introduction to the work and to each other. We all had a sense of hope that was immediately apparent. We have the privilege of doing work that helps save lives and because of this attitude, there was a sense of camaraderie right away.  Read more.

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