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Pain Reframed: Art, Ethics, and Opioids

July 9, 2020 • Pain Science • Adam Ryan, Liz Peppin

In this episode, Liz and Adam talk to artist and educator Emily Lanctot about how art and pain cross paths. She discusses the ethics of museums accepting donations from families such as the Sacklers, who were largely responsible for the devastation of the opioid crisis. Emily also gives her insight on how to cope with grief, anxiety and pain through art and creativity.

Links:
emilylanctot.com
@eimly_lanctot
DeVos Art Museum
@LizPeppin
@adampaulryan
Opioid Addiction Helpline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357)

Adam Ryan

Adam P. Ryan, MD, is a graduate of Michigan Technological University with a Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences. He then attended Michigan State University’s College of Human Medicine and earn his MD degree. He chose to pursue a career as an Obstetrician Gynecologist and completed his residency at Akron General Medical Center finishing in June...

Liz Peppin

Liz Peppin graduated from Central Michigan University in 2012 with her Master of Physician Assistant Studies and practiced outpatient internal medicine until 2019, when she transitioned to outpatient neurology in a small rural community in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Liz has a special interest and passion for treating people with persistent pain using approaches supported by...

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