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2020 PainSA Congress – Abstract Submission

2020 PainSA Congress – Abstract Submission

2020 PainSA Congress – Abstract Submission Deadline for submission of abstracts – 2 March 2020 —————————————————————————————- The organising Committee invites you to participate in the programme by submitting an abstract for either an oral or poster presentation CLICK HERE for information

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2020 PainSA Congress – Registration Reminder

2020 PainSA Congress – Registration Reminder

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A sense of security in palliative homecare in a Norwegian municipality; dyadic comparisons of the perceptions of patients and relatives – a quantitative study

A sense of security in palliative homecare in a Norwegian municipality; dyadic comparisons of the perceptions of patients and relatives – a quantitative study

As palliative care increasingly takes place in patients’ homes, perceptions of security among patients in the late palliative phase and their relatives are important. Aim: To describe and compare patient-relative dyads regarding their perceptions of security in palliative home care,

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2020 Global Year for the Prevention of Pain

2020 Global Year for the Prevention of Pain

Welcome to the 2020 Global Year for the Prevention of Pain With the hope of achieving better patient outcomes and contributing to global pain relief, this year’s theme aims to educate pain researchers, clinicians, and the public, on best practices

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Survey of activity pacing across healthcare professionals informs a new activity pacing framework for chronic pain/fatigue

Survey of activity pacing across healthcare professionals informs a new activity pacing framework for chronic pain/fatigue

Activity pacing is considered a key component of rehabilitation programmes for chronic pain/fatigue. However, there are no widely used guidelines to standardize how pacing is delivered. This study aimed to undertake the first stage in developing a comprehensive evidence-based activity

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Interactions between analgesic drug therapy and mindfulness-based interventions for chronic pain in adults: protocol for a systematic scoping review

Interactions between analgesic drug therapy and mindfulness-based interventions for chronic pain in adults: protocol for a systematic scoping review

Most current chronic pain treatment strategies have limitations in effectiveness and tolerability, and accumulating evidence points to the added benefits of rational combinations of different therapies. However, most published clinical trials of treatment combinations have involved combinations of 2 drugs,

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Kick-start your career

Kick-start your career

Are you within 6 years of your final degree and looking to jump-start your career? IASP’s Early Career Research Grants Program is for you! The IASP Early Career Research Grant facilitates the development of young researchers just starting their careers as

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Are Nonpharmacologic Interventions for Chronic Low Back Pain More Cost Effective Than Usual Care? Proof of Concept Results From a Markov Model

Are Nonpharmacologic Interventions for Chronic Low Back Pain More Cost Effective Than Usual Care? Proof of Concept Results From a Markov Model

Objective. Examine the 1-year effectiveness and cost-effectiveness (societal and payer perspectives) of adding nonpharmacologic interventions for chronic low back pain (CLBP) to usual care using a decision-analytic model-based approach. Summary of Background Data. Treatment guidelines now recommend many safe and effective nonpharmacologic interventions for CLBP. However, little is known

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Registration is Now Open for the IASP 2020 World Congress on Pain in Amsterdam!

Registration is Now Open for the IASP 2020 World Congress on Pain in Amsterdam!

Registration is Now Open for the IASP 2020 World Congress on Pain in Amsterdam! You can’t afford to miss the premier global meeting on pain. Join more than 6,000 multidisciplinary professionals and be the first to hear the latest research and

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Opioid cessation and chronic pain: perspectives of former opioid users

Opioid cessation and chronic pain: perspectives of former opioid users

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