The MRI strives to influence standards and treatment outcomes by…
Maintaining several national academic partnerships in collaborative research.
Staking a leadership position in research on pain and related disorders.
Researching and publishing new findings on pain and addition with prestigious academic partners.
Co-creating, with the world’s leading authorities, models of care that are proven to work in clinical practice.
Leading the inclusion of pain management education in the core curriculum of clinicians to be.
Connecting the world’s thought leaders on new approaches to address pain care.
Recognizing a critical need for additional research and education in the treatment of pain patients and in meeting the challenges of prescription drug abuse.
Engaging the medical, scientific and academic communities in:
* Collaborative partnerships
* Publishing original research in prescription opioid use, including abuse and diversion;
* Developing academic affiliations to produce excellence in pharmacy and toxicology sciences to advance these fields.
* Advocacy with aims to influence emerging regulatory and public policy around pain and addiction care.
The MRI is committed to translating original research findings into practical clinical applications through research publication and dissemination, education and training. This research will provide clinicians in with new knowledge regarding metabolism of pain medication drugs, may help prevent drug-drug interactions and can assist in the evaluation of medication adherence while managing care for pain patients. Our research outcomes are presented at scientific meetings and are widely published in research posters and peer-reviewed journals contributing updated knowledge in drug metabolism and prescribing practices to improve the practice of pain management.