Inamori Ethics Prize Winner; History of Pain Management

Credit: Case Western Reserve University
Credit: Case Western Reserve University
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Peter Eigan fights corruption all over the world. The founder of an organization called Transparency International has been awarded the 2016 Inamori Ethics Prize from Case Western Reserve University. We will discuss the negative  impact of corruption across the globe on governance, economic growth, social welfare and justice. He'll discuss why he holds out for a better, more just world  Then, if you have an ache or a pain, chances are you reach for a medication to help.  But it wasn't always that way. In fact it was a sometimes harrowing historical journey for answers.

Guests: 

Peter Eigen, Founder, Transparency International, 2016 Inamori Ethics Prize Winner  
Brian Gran, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Sociology, Case Western Reserve University  
Brandy Schillace, PhD, Research Associate and Public Engagement Fellow, Dittrick Museum, Case Western Reserve University, Managing Editor, Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry
Dr. Teresa Dews, MD,   Division Chair of Pain Management at Hillcrest Hospital, Cleveland Clinic
Mike Maczuzak, President, SmartShape Design   

Resources:

Inamori Ethics Prize Information

Exchanges: "The Problem with  Pain" event details

Ohio Channel On-Demand Video

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