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Barbara J. Duryea

Director Research and Development

Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center

HQ Phone:  (814) 534-9000

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Email: b***@***.org

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Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center

1086 Franklin Street

Johnstown, Pennsylvania,15905

United States

Company Description

Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center (MMC), a Duke LifePoint hospital, is the flagship hospital of the Conemaugh Health System. A regional referral hospital known for clinical excellence, Conemaugh Memorial is the most technologically sophisticated hospital betwe...more

Background Information

Employment History

Principal Partner In Integrative Health

Windber Medical Center


Program Director

Highmark Inc.


Clinical Support Manager

DLP CONEMAUGH MEMORIAL MED CTR


Affiliations

IMAC

Board Member


JA Chicago

Advisory Board Member


Education

MSN


MSN

Pain Institute of Conemaugh Health System


Web References(49 Total References)


www.praa.net

L - R: Jeanne Gleason - PCA Vice-Chair, Becky Catelinet - PRAA Executive Director, Barbara Duryea - Conemaugh Health Foundation


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L - R: Nancy MacRae - PRAA Board, Executive Director of Pennsylvania Consort; Rebecca Catelinet - PRAA Executive Director; Barbara Duryea - Conemaugh Health Foundation


www.conemaugh.org

Nearly 77 million Americans struggle with chronic pain, and Barbara Duryea, IMAC board member andDirector, Research and Development, John P. Murtha Neuroscience and Pain Institute, notes that there isa definite need for chronic pain self-management among people in our region. “The popularity of the first course underscored for us the importance of providing this type of education,†Duryea says. “More people suffer from pain than from diabetes, heart disease andcancer combined, and the impact can be devastating for the people who are suffering and for their families. In addition, chronic pain places a huge economic burden on society, costing approximately $100 billion each year in lost wages and productivity, disability payments and medical claims.â€
Barbara Duryea, Director, Research and Development, John P. Murtha Neuroscience and Pain Institute Integrative Medicine Advisory Committee (IMAC) board member Phone: 814-269-5232 Email: bduryea@conemaugh.org


www.charity-charities.org

Barbara J. Duryea, director of research and development at Conemaugh Health System's John P. Murtha Neuroscience and Pain Institute, said the walk is just one of the ALS programs Mayak has helped to establish.
The Murtha institute treats a number of ALS patients and "the referrals keep coming," Duryea said. A support group was established to help patients and their families cope with the disease. "It continues to be one of our most active support groups," Duryea said. "It's probably one of the most enjoyable support groups we have." The group is also connecting to patients in their homes through the Internet, which Duryea said is a great help to those who can't leave home because of limitations brought on by ALS. "The fact that you can support individuals in their own home really impacts the quality of life," she said.


tribune-democrat.com

Barbara J. Duryea, director of research and development at Conemaugh Health System's John P. Murtha Neuroscience and Pain Institute, said that ALS advocates are looking for people to get involved in studies aimed at cures and trends such as the one affecting veterans.
"We really need that data for scientists to look through," she said.


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