We've All Got Homework To Do: Eliminating Inequalities for Patients and Physicians in Interventional Pain and Neuromodulation Featured
Implicit bias is an unconsciously held set of associations about a social group. There is reliable evidence that racial and ethnic minorities suffer disproportionately from unrelieved pain compared with whites. Several factors may contribute to disparities in pain management. Understanding how these factors influence effective pain management among racial and ethnic minority populations is essential for developing tailored interventions designed to eliminate disparities in pain management.
Dalia Elmofty, MD
Johnathan H. Goree, MD