Daniel Z Buchman’s review in the journal Science of In Pain by our Travis Rieder

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Our Travis Rieder writes, “I know from personal experience: We cannot expect people who use drugs to get better on their own or overnight. It is vital that we meet them where they are.”

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Drawing from Rieder’s experience and research, ‘In Pain’ explores how the opioid crisis came to be

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After a motorcycle accident that almost took off his foot, Johns Hopkins bioethicist Travis Rieder became dependent on the pain medication he had been prescribed. Though he managed to wean himself off the drugs, the experience prompted him to write “In Pain: A Bioethicist’s Personal Struggle with Opioids.”

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Listen Now: The Inquiring Minds Podcast talks to bioethicist Travis Rieder about his new book In Pain: A Bioethicist’s Personal Struggle with Opioids

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Travis Rieder, author of “In Pain: A Bioethicist’s Personal Struggle with Opioids,” joins Ali Velshi to discuss his own opioid dependence and withdrawal after a serious motorcycle accident, and why it’s so important to understand that opioids are “complex medications,” which means they have both risks and benefits

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After an accident and the surgeries that followed, Travis Rieder became addicted to pain medications. Rieder is the director of the Master of Bioethics degree program at the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics, and he joins Courtney Collins to talk about the agonizing process of weaning himself off the drugs

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With the unique insight of bioethicist dependent on opioids. The Johns Hopkins scholar’s memoir, released today, reveals problems and solutions that could help turn the tide on what he calls “America’s crisis of pain management”

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