> Recognize the high prevalence and variable presentation of patients who struggle from widespread and longstanding pain and symptoms.
> Understand how the lack of research, teaching, and defined treatments result in burden and poor outcomes for patients -especially those historically disadvantaged.
> Understand how the same lack of guidance negatively impacts clinicians and health care systems.
> Comprehend the approach to diagnostic and treatment; anticipate the barriers to caring for “suffering”.
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