2017 Webinar Series: Decision Making and Pain

The TRIPLL webinar series is a web based training resource for health professionals, researchers and community practitioners interested in various health and research topics related to pain in later life. Webinars are interactive and feature diverse investigators and highly trained practitioners who present their expertise on various topics. Click here for slides from previous presentations and email jah3011@med.cornell.edu for information on upcoming webinars.

We invite you to attend our exciting, new webinar series on Decision Making and Pain. Please see below for more details and links to register.


Our Next Presentation is

The Impact of Expectations & Persistence on

Achieving Long Term Goals

Monday, June 26, 2017

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EST

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Presenter: Joseph Kable, PhD, University of Pennsylvania

Overview: Pain-related disparities for racial/ethnic minority groups exist at multiple stages of the pain care continuum. Dr. Hirsh’s presentation will focus on the provider and contextual factors that contribute to these disparities. He will highlight theoretical and empirical findings indicating how these factors influence pain care and discuss key questions for future research. Dr. Hirsh will also discuss two novel interventions that use virtual human technology to reduce disparities and improve care for low-income minority patients with chronic pain.

 Click here to register for this free webinar.
We hope to see you there!
Email Jacquie Howard at jah3011@med.cornell.edu with any questions.