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Racial & Ethnic Disparities in Pain Analgesia Administration in the Emergency Department Público Deposited

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Amundson, Elizabeth, and Haque, Lubaba. Racial & Ethnic Disparities In Pain Analgesia Administration In the Emergency Department. . 2020. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/30d4d202-74d1-4b30-8145-c1b7a071ef1b?locale=pt-BR

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Amundson, Elizabeth, & Haque, Lubaba. (2020). Racial & Ethnic Disparities in Pain Analgesia Administration in the Emergency Department. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/30d4d202-74d1-4b30-8145-c1b7a071ef1b?locale=pt-BR

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Amundson, Elizabeth, and Haque, Lubaba. Racial & Ethnic Disparities In Pain Analgesia Administration In the Emergency Department. 2020. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/30d4d202-74d1-4b30-8145-c1b7a071ef1b?locale=pt-BR

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Healthcare disparities among different racial and ethnic groups are prevalent across the United States and worldwide. Healthcare provision may differ among racial and ethnic minorities, socioeconomic statuses, and insurance coverages. In the subspecialties of emergency medicine and trauma care, these differences may become more apparent as several integral aspects of healthcare are addressed across an incredibly diverse patient population. Pain medication administration is a specific area of emergency medicine and trauma care where discrepancies have been unveiled. Multiple studies have determined that the treatment of acute, subacute, and chronic pain may vary widely depending on racial group, with some minorities receiving pain management and control that is less than adequate.

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