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Oct 17, 2019

We have a brand-new topic and expert guest that I'm excited to share with you. We're discussing the importance of story and narrative medicine and pain care with physiotherapist, Lissanthea Taylor. I love Lissanthea's work and skillset because she is a triple threat of a physiotherapist who is up to date on the latest pain science and online author who creates meaningful content for people with pain and someone at the forefront of implementing narrative medicine and pain care. She's also the founding editor of an online platform called PainChats.com and managed communications and media for the University of South Australia's Pain Revolution. Lissanthea puts her time between clinical work, helping people overcome pain, teaching narrative medicine to professionals, as well as creating easy to access evidence-based online resources for people in pain.

On this episode, you'll learn all about narrative medicine, why stories matter and are important in pain care, why storytelling has become such a buzzword. What practical things you can do to enhance your ability to hear stories and some of the common misconceptions about the importance of story and healthcare. If you're interested in learning more about narrative medicine, you can visit Lissanthea's website which is called NarrativeRx.com. Finally, to support your learning about today's fresh and new topic, Lissanthea has created a free white paper called Narrative Medicine in Pain Care that you can download. Containing this free white paper is some beginner training about narrative medicine, references to books and other resources about narrative medicine as well as information about Lissanthea's Facebook page and how you can access the Narrative Medicine in Pain Care pilot program that she's created. To download this white paper, all you have to do is text the word 154DOWNLOAD to the number 44-222. You can open up a new browser on your computer and type in www.IntegrativePainScienceInstitute.com/154download. Let’s learn all about narrative medicine and pain care with Lissanthea Taylor.

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