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The experience of pain is multidimensional. Biological, psychological and social factors combine to inform the experience of pain. This bio-psychosocial view has become popular given shortcomings of the pervasive medical model in accounting for pain persistence in conditions such as whiplash...
IntroductionAs the cornerstone of high-quality health care, patient safety was first brought to light with the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM) To Err is Human seminal report in 1999 that outlined the gulf between what is desired to what really exists. This report launched intense research efforts...