Next Generation

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I firmly believe that if you're the smartest person in the room, you're in the wrong room.

GPS Washington, DC

Typical Day There really is no “typical” day. Often, the day begins with sit-down rounds to provide pertinent clinical updates, assign responsibility for new consults and follow up...

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“…this faith [I have] in our inherent strength is also what draws me to the field of pain psychology…”

GPS San Francisco Bay Area, California

Typical Day “I start each day at the hospital working alongside a team of colleagues in the Stanford Comprehensive Interdisciplinary Pain Program (SCIPP)....

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“People do not think of me--a gynecologist--as a pain specialist, but I am.”

GPS Orlando, Florida

Typical Day “I spend most of my time educating people on how to evaluate, treat, and research pelvic and vaginal pain. I also spend a good deal of time building collaborative research networks and...

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“I believe that my most meaningful contribution to patient care is imparting hope in people who may think there is no reason to expect it…”

GPS San Francisco, CA

Typical Day “Each day is different from the last, but all have a combination of direct patient care, program development, and...

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"I see my role as an educator, not only to patients who suffer from chronic pain, but also to providers who work with the chronic pain population.”

GPS Chicago, Illinois

Typical Day “As a psychologist working in a pain clinic, I see my role is to help patients learn better ways to manage stress...

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