A history of pain CPD

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Joanna Bourke delivers a talk on the history of pain. Joanna traces the evolving perception of and reaction to pain through personal accounts, medical texts, and social and cultural understandings dating back to the 1800s.

This lecture was part of 'The past, present and future of pain control and pain medicine section agm' at The Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date of lecture: 29th May 2015

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Length: 00:46:44

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