Eopic

Engaging Older People and their carers to develop Interventions for the self-management of Chronic pain

Research

  • Publications

    Cost-effectiveness of self-management methods for the treatment of chronic pain in an aging adult population: a systematic review of the literature.

    Boyers, D., McNamee, P., Clarke, A., Jones, D., Martin, D., Schofield, P., Smith, B.H. (2013) Cost-effectiveness of self-management methods for...

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    Flo's story: the development of an online interactive learning package about persistent pain in older people.

    Cormac, G.R., Schofield, P., Hole, L., Harlan, N.,  Smith, B.H.,  Jones, D., Clarke, A.,  McNamee, P., Martin, D. (2013)  Flo's story: the...

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    The effect of Stanford-type self-management programmes on pain and function in older people with persistent pain: A systematic review of randomised controlled trials.

    Martin, D. (2013) The effect of Stanford-type self-management programmes on pain and function in older people with persistent pain: A systematic...

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    Pain education and current curricula for older adults.

    Schofield, P. (2012) Pain education and current curricula for older adults.  Pain Medicine, Suppl 2:S51-6.

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    “I feel so stupid because I can’t give a proper answer…” How older adults describe chronic pain: a qualitative study.

    Clarke, A., Anthony, G., Gray, D., Jones, D., McNamee, P., Schofield, P., Smith, B.H., Martin, D. (2012) “I feel so stupid because I can’t give a...

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    The need to define chronic pain self-management.

    Cameron, P., Stewart, C. (2011) The need to define chronic pain self-management. Journal of Pain Management 5, 3, 231-236.