Pain Research and Management

Table of Contents: 2009

  • Pain Research and Management -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 14
  • - Article ID 429767
  • - Original Article

Development and Psychometric Evaluation of a New Measure of Pain-Related Support Preferences: The Pain Response Preference Questionnaire

Lachlan A McWilliams | Kate M Saldanha | ... | Margo C Watt
  • Pain Research and Management -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 14
  • - Article ID 919628
  • - Original Article

Factors Associated with Chronic Noncancer Pain in the Canadian Population

Saifudin Rashiq | Bruce D Dick
  • Pain Research and Management -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 14
  • - Article ID 137901
  • - Original Article

Does Classification of Persons with Fibromyalgia into Multidimensional Pain Inventory Subgroups Detect Differences in Outcome after a Standard Chronic Pain Management Program?

Martin L Verra | Felix Angst | ... | André Aeschlimann
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  • Special Issue
  • Volume 14
  • - Article ID 307932
  • - Original Article

A Survey of Prelicensure Pain Curricula in Health Science Faculties in Canadian Universities

Judy Watt-Watson | M McGillion | ... | K Webber
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  • Special Issue
  • Volume 14
  • - Article ID 523098
  • - Original Article

Reliability of Temporal Summation and Diffuse Noxious Inhibitory Control

Stuart Cathcart | Anthony H Winefield | ... | Kurt Lushington
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  • Special Issue
  • Volume 14
  • - Article ID 369612
  • - Original Article

Dynamic Kine Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Whiplash Patients and in Age- and Sex-Matched Controls

Karl-August Lindgren | Jyrki A Kettunen | ... | Raija HM Mikkonen
  • Pain Research and Management -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 14
  • - Article ID 723179
  • - Original Article

Use of Lidocaine Patches for Neuropathic Pain in a Comprehensive Cancer Centre

Julia Ann Fleming | Bradley David O’Connor
  • Pain Research and Management -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 14
  • - Article ID 538675
  • - Original Article

Intrathecal Infusions for Intractable Cancer Pain: A Qualitative Study of the Impact on a Case Series of Patients and Caregivers

Philippa Hawley | Elizabeth Beddard-Huber | ... | Louise Malysh
  • Pain Research and Management -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 14
  • - Article ID 251239
  • - Original Article

Prevalence and Correlates of Pain in the Canadian National Palliative Care Survey

Keith G Wilson | Harvey Max Chochinov | ... | Robin L Fainsinger
  • Pain Research and Management -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 14
  • - Article ID 891769
  • - Special Article

Global Perspectives on Cancer Pain

  • Pain Research and Management -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 14
  • - Article ID 321879
  • - Editorial

Cancer Pain – Come so far, but so far to Go!

Robin L Fainsinger
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  • Special Issue
  • Volume 14
  • - Article ID 273783
  • - Original Article

Catastrophizing and Depressive Symptoms as Prospective Predictors of Outcomes Following Total Knee Replacement

Robert R Edwards | Jennifer A Haythornthwaite | ... | Jeffrey N Katz
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  • Special Issue
  • Volume 14
  • - Article ID 468321
  • - Original Article

Alexithymia and Fear of Pain Independently Predict Heat Pain Intensity Ratings among Undergraduate University Students

Joel Katz | Andrea L Martin | ... | Vincent Calleri
  • Pain Research and Management -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 14
  • - Article ID 298935
  • - Original Article

Treating Stress-Related Pain with the Flotation Restricted Environmental Stimulation Technique: Are There Differences between Women and Men?

Sven Å Bood | Anette Kjellgren | Torsten Norlander
  • Pain Research and Management -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 14
  • - Article ID 371953
  • - Original Article

Douleurs et conflits : Approche comparative et implications pour la qualité des soins en fin de vie

Emmanuel Kabengele Mpinga | Henk Verloo | ... | Philippe Chastonay
Pain Research and Management
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