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PAINWeek senior faculty member Jennifer Bolen, JD, on how and what to do when a patient doesn’t listen to a practitioner and “goes rogue.” Will the finger of blame be pointed at the practitioner? What about good faith efforts?

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A rose is a rose is a rose. And an emoji of a rose is even easier to “get.” There are over 3500 Unicode Standard emoji, including medical-specific ones such as a pill or a syringe. Newer added emoji include a stethoscope, microbe, and drop of blood. Authors of a JAMA commentary suggest even more...

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What interventional procedures are common? What works? Do patients comply with physician instructions? Dr. Christo talks about his experiences.

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