A Curriculum to Provide Clinical Skills Training to Medical Students on the Interface of Pain and Addiction

An evidence based curriculum has been created that includes necessary clinical skills competencies, medical knowledge, and the most up to date practice guidelines. The curriculum matches needs identified by faculty. Future research will assess if the curriculum improves the training and self-efficacy of medical students/future physicians.


Reference: Metcalf M, Tanner T, Wilhelm S, Rossie K. A Curriculum to Provide Clinical Skills Training to Medical Students on the Interface of Pain and Addiction. Poster at Pain Week Conference. September 8, 2010. Las Vegas, NV.

More info on the author: Brad TannerMary MetcalfKaren Rossie