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PAIN 2018: Global Year for Excellence in Pain Education

  • Updated:   1/10/2022
  • Contains:  64 items

Quality indicators to assess quality of pain clinic care from the perspective of patients with chronic pain: development, usability, comprehensibility, and psychometric quality of the QiPPP questionnaire

de Meij, Nelleke; Köke, Albère; Thomassen, Ilona; More

PAIN. 159(12):2593-2605, December 2018.

Patterns of pain-related activity: replicability, treatment-related changes, and relationship to functioning

Cane, Douglas; Nielson, Warren R.; Mazmanian, Dwight

PAIN. 159(12):2522-2529, December 2018.


Nahman-Averbuch, Hadas; Shefi, Tom; Schneider, Victor J. II; More

PAIN. 159(11):2416, November 2018.

Long-term changes in biopsychosocial characteristics related to temporomandibular disorder: findings from the OPPERA study

Fillingim, Roger B.; Slade, Gary D.; Greenspan, Joel D.; More

PAIN. 159(11):2403-2413, November 2018.

Prevalence of chronic pain with or without neuropathic characteristics in France using the capture–recapture method: a population-based study

Chenaf, Chouki; Delorme, Jessica; Delage, Noémie; More

PAIN. 159(11):2394-2402, November 2018.

Quantifying visual allodynia across migraine subtypes: the Leiden Visual Sensitivity Scale

Perenboom, Matthijs J.L.; Zamanipoor Najafabadi, Amir H.; Zielman, Ronald; More

PAIN. 159(11):2375-2382, November 2018.

Contextual influences in decoding pain expressions: effects of patient age, informational priming, and observer characteristics

Hampton, Amy J. D.; Hadjistavropoulos, Thomas; Gagnon, Michelle M.

PAIN. 159(11):2363-2374, November 2018.

Isolated nociceptors reveal multiple specializations for generating irregular ongoing activity associated with ongoing pain

Odem, Max A.; Bavencoffe, Alexis G.; Cassidy, Ryan M.; More

PAIN. 159(11):2347-2362, November 2018.

Neuropathic pain clinical trials: factors associated with decreases in estimated drug efficacy

Finnerup, Nanna B.; Haroutounian, Simon; Baron, Ralf; More

PAIN. 159(11):2339-2346, November 2018.

Dynamic pain connectome functional connectivity and oscillations reflect multiple sclerosis pain

Bosma, Rachael L.; Kim, Junseok A.; Cheng, Joshua C.; More

PAIN. 159(11):2267-2276, November 2018.

Estimating relative efficacy in acute postoperative pain: network meta-analysis is consistent with indirect comparison to placebo alone

Moore, R. Andrew; Derry, Sheena; Wiffen, Philip J.; More

PAIN. 159(11):2234-2244, November 2018.

Efficacy of adding interoceptive exposure to intensive interdisciplinary treatment for adolescents with chronic pain: a randomized controlled trial

Flack, Florentina; Stahlschmidt, Lorin; Dobe, Michael; More

PAIN. 159(11):2223-2233, November 2018.

Effects of internet-based pain coping skills training before home exercise for individuals with hip osteoarthritis (HOPE trial): a randomised controlled trial

Bennell, Kim L.; Nelligan, Rachel K.; Rini, Christine; More

PAIN. 159(9):1833-1842, September 2018.

Development of pain in older adults: a latent class analysis of biopsychosocial risk factors

O'Neill, Aoife; O'Sullivan, Kieran; O'Keeffe, Mary; More

PAIN. 159(8):1631-1640, August 2018.

Burden of orofacial pain in a socially deprived and culturally diverse area of the United Kingdom

Joury, Easter; Bernabe, Eduardo; Gallagher, Jennifer E.; More

PAIN. 159(7):1235-1243, July 2018.


Van Damme, Stefaan; van der Linden, Dimitri; Becker, Susanne

PAIN. 159(6):1179-1180, June 2018.


Kosek, Eva; Cohen, Milton; Baron, Ralf; More

PAIN. 159(6):1177-1178, June 2018.

Pathophysiological mechanisms of neuropathic pain: comparison of sensory phenotypes in patients and human surrogate pain models

Vollert, Jan; Magerl, Walter; Baron, Ralf; More

PAIN. 159(6):1090-1102, June 2018.

Communication about chronic pain and opioids in primary care: impact on patient and physician visit experience

Henry, Stephen G.; Bell, Robert A.; Fenton, Joshua J.; More

PAIN. 159(2):371-379, February 2018.

High-risk prescribing and opioid overdose: prospects for prescription drug monitoring program–based proactive alerts

Geissert, Peter; Hallvik, Sara; Van Otterloo, Joshua; More

PAIN. 159(1):150-156, January 2018.

Effectiveness and costs of a vocational advice service to improve work outcomes in patients with musculoskeletal pain in primary care: a cluster randomised trial (SWAP trial ISRCTN 52269669)

Wynne-Jones, Gwenllian; Artus, Majid; Bishop, Annette; More

PAIN. 159(1):128-138, January 2018.

Guideline-recommended vs high-dose long-term opioid therapy for chronic noncancer pain is associated with better health outcomes: data from a representative sample of the German population

Häuser, Winfried; Schubert, Tino; Scherbaum, Norbert; More

PAIN. 159(1):85-91, January 2018.

Trajectories of musculoskeletal pain from adolescence to middle age: the role of early depressive symptoms, a 27-year follow-up of the Northern Swedish Cohort

Leino-Arjas, Päivi; Rajaleid, Kristiina; Mekuria, Gashaw; More

PAIN. 159(1):67-74, January 2018.

Trajectories of pain severity in juvenile idiopathic arthritis: results from the Research in Arthritis in Canadian Children Emphasizing Outcomes cohort

Shiff, Natalie J.; Tupper, Susan; Oen, Kiem; More

PAIN. 159(1):57-66, January 2018.

Chronic pain in families: a cross-sectional study of shared social, behavioural, and environmental influences

Campbell, Paul; Jordan, Kelvin P.; Smith, Blair H.; More

PAIN. 159(1):41-47, January 2018.