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McGill Mini-Med - Pain Management: From Poppies to Placebos

Lecture: October 24, "Pain Management: From Poppies to Placebos"

Dr. Mark Ware is the Associate Medical Director of the McGill University Health Centre Pain Clinic and assistant professor in Family Medicine and Anesthesia at McGill University.

Dr. Ware was born in London, England, and completed his medical training at the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica in 1992, followed by training in the UK in internal medicine and epidemiology. Since November 1999, he has been working as a pain physician at the Montreal General Hospital. Dr Ware receives research funding from the CIHR and salary support from the FRSQ. He lectures extensively on clinical pain management, including pharmacology, complementary approaches to chronic pain and the neurobiology of pain. His primary research interest is in the use of cannabinoids in pain and symptom management.

Video: http://media.campus.mcgill.ca/misc/MiniMed2007/P022_MiniMed_ep1_2007.wmv