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Pain Management

Engaging Patients in Pain Management

I woke up yesterday with a pain in my neck. I hate when that happens. It’s annoying; it feels like I have to turn my entire body just to look left. But, on the pain scale, my pain is a one—it’s probably closer to zero—and it will go away soon. But imagine if nearly every […]


Christopher Trudeau, JD Christopher Trudeau, JD, has a dual appointment as an associate professor in the UAMS Center for Health Literacy and as an associate professor of law at the UALR Bowen School of Law. Chris is an expert on health literacy, plain language and the law. His views are his own; they do not necessarily represent those of his employers. He may be reached at ctrudeau@uams.edu.

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