Opioid use and chronic pain: a podcast with Hance Clarke, Toronto General Hospital

In this edition of NCtalks, brought to you by Neuro Central, Hance Clarke discusses his research into chronic pain and opioid use following surgery.

Apr 09, 2019
0
0

Hance Clarke, Director of Pain Services and the Medical Director of the Pain Research Unit at the Toronto General Hospital (ON, Canada), is an expert on identifying novel acute pain treatments following major surgery, the genetics and factors involved in acute and chronic pain, and the risk factors associated with continued opioid use following surgery.

In this edition of NCtalks, brought to you by Neuro Central, Hance Clarke discusses his research into chronic pain and opioid use following surgery. He also discusses his 2016 Pain Management article, Chronic postsurgical pain and persistent opioid use following surgery: the need for a transitional pain service.

Learn more about neuroscience and neurology, from basic research to the clinic, on

The Evidence Base

Community, Future Medicine

The Evidence Base is a community site covering the latest news, opinion and insight into the collection and application of real-world data to real-world problems.
30 Contributions
4 Followers
0 Following

No comments yet.