Blinding and sham control methods in trials of physical, psychological, and self-management interventions for pain (article II): a meta-analysis relating methods to trial results : PAIN

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Blinding and sham control methods in trials of physical, psychological, and self-management interventions for pain (article II): a meta-analysis relating methods to trial results

Hohenschurz-Schmidt, Davida,*; Draper-Rodi, Jerryb; Vase, Lenec; Scott, Whitneyd,e; McGregor, Alisonf; Soliman, Nadiaa; MacMillan, Andrewb; Olivier, Axelg; Cherian, Cybill Annh; Corcoran, Danieli; Abbey, Hilaryb; Freigang, Saschaj; Chan, Jessicag; Phalip, Julesk; Sørensen, Lea Nørgaardl; Delafin, Maitem; Baptista, Margaridan; Medforth, Naomi R.o; Ruffini, Nuriap; Andresen, Stephanie Skøttq; Ytier, Sylvainr; Ali, Dorotas; Hobday, Harriett; Ngurah Agung Adhiyoga Santosa, Anak Agungu; Vollert, Jana,v,w,x; Rice, Andrew S.C.a

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PAIN ():10.1097/j.pain.0000000000002730, July 11, 2022. | DOI: 10.1097/j.pain.0000000000002730

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