Silent, Stoic, and Suffering: Managing Pain When the Patient Can’t Speak
April 28, 2019 at 8:00PM (Eastern)
This episode: We have all worked with clients/patients who were unable or unwilling to articulate their needs, fears, and desires. What if all your patients were like that?
Dr. Emily Clore is a veterinarian. In an average week she sees 50-70 patients and not one of them speaks her language. How can we treat and manage pain when we cannot ask, “Where does it hurt?”
Join us for an investigation of the tools and techniques that veterinary healthcare providers have used and honed over decades of treating patients who don’t speak. We’ll discuss the translation of nonverbal communications, the intersection of fear and pain, and explore our relationships with stoicism and suffering.
Emily Clore, DVM A native of Kentucky, Dr. Emily Clore completed her undergraduate degree at Vanderbilt University in Nashville majoring in Human & Organizational Development. Then after a quarter-life crisis brought on by an unfulfilling career in corporate sales in Boston, she returned to her childhood dream and set her sights on vet school. Dr. Clore graduated from Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in 2012. She specializes in preventive medicine for dogs and cats where she puts particular emphasis on pet owner education and empowerment to help people make informed decisions for their pet’s health care. Her veterinary passions also include: musculoskeletal disorders, dermatology, internal medicine and complimentary/alternative therapies.
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