Virtual Perspective-Taking to Reduce Race and SES Disparities in Pain Care
National Institutes of Health
Stevie Carnell, Heng Yao
psychologists at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis and University of Florida
Medical doctors and healthcare providers
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