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Journal of Pain & Relief
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David Tauben

David Tauben- Department of Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA


Provider Overview Full BioPublications Dr. Tauben is the chief of pain medicine at the UW as well as a UW clinical associate professor in a joint appointment with the Department of Anesthesia and Pain Medicine and Department of Medicine in the Division of General Internal Medicine. He is the director of medical student education in pain medicine and the medical director for UW TelePain. He is a multi-year principal investigator for UW's prestigious NIH Center of Excellence in Pain Education leading curriculum development to increase pain management qualifications of interprofessional primary care providers. Furthermore, Dr. Tauben is co-chair of the AMDG Opioid Guidelines Committee for Washington State and the Hughes M. and Katherine G. Blake Endowed Professor in Health Psychology. Dr. Tauben provides specialty consultation and care at the Center for Pain Relief. He combines specialty skills and experience as both a primary care internal medicine doctor and a pain specialist to diagnose and treat complex and continuing painful conditions. His particular area of expertise is in the formulation of medication management plans for pain persisting more than three months.
Research Interest
Pain assessment strategies, development of pain care pathways, risk stratification in transition from acute to chronic pain disorders, treatment outcomes tracking, and clinical implementation science. Pain medicine curriculum development for medical students, residents, fellows, active practice physicians and other members of the inter-professional pain care team; telemedicine curriculum and outcomes tracking; and development of web-based strategies for collection of pain-related patient-reported outcomes.

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