2538. Pain Management in the Era of Opioid Restrictions
Session: Symposium: Pain Management and Mental Health in Patients with HIV
Saturday, October 6, 2018: 2:00 PM
Room: W 2014-2016
Robert Bruce, MD, MA, MSc, Yale University, New Haven, CT

Dr. Bruce serves as the Chief of Medicine at Cornell Scott-HIll Health Center where he oversees the clinical, educational and research activities of the department. As an operations researcher, Dr. Bruce is an Associate Clinical Professor at Yale University and has focused his career at the intersection of addiction and its medical complications, namely HIV and hepatitis C. Dr. Bruce has created novel interventions domestically and internationally to prevent HIV and hepatitis C among people who use drugs, as well as creating programs to address their complex medical needs. Dr. Bruce has served as PI on drug-drug interaction studies to ascertain the impact of HIV and HCV therapeutics on methadone/buprenorphine and conducted operations research to improve HIV/HCV and tuberculosis care. Dr. Bruce co-chaired the first IDSA guideline panel on chronic pain among people living with HIV and was recently appointed to the DHHS Guidelines for the Use of Antiretroviral Agents in Adults and Adolescents Living with HIV.


Disclosures:

R. Bruce, None

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