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Indicators for Behavioral Pain Rehabilitation. Impact and predictive value on assessment, patient selection, treatment and outcome.

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Title: Indicators for Behavioral Pain Rehabilitation. Impact and predictive value on assessment, patient selection, treatment and outcome.
Authors: Rovner, Graciela
Issue Date: 5-May-2014
University: University of Gothenburg. Sahlgrenska Academy
Institution: Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology. Department of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation
Parts of work: I. Bromley Milton, M.; Börsbo, B; Rovner, G.; Lundgren-Nilsson, A.; Stibrant-Sunnerhagen, K.; Gerdle, B. (2013) Is pain intensity really that important to assess in chronic pain patients? A study based on the Swedish Quality Registry for Pain Rehabilitation (SQRP). PlosOne. Jun 21;8(6), e65483.

II. Rovner, GS.; Årestedt, K.; Gerdle, B.; Börsbo, B. & McCracken, LM., (2014) Psychometric properties of the 8-item Chronic Pain Acceptance Questionnaire (CPAQ - 8) in a Swedish Chronic Pain Cohort. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine; 46(1), 73–80

III. Rovner, GS.; Gerdle, B.; Biguet, G.; Björkdahl, A.; Sunnerhagen, KS.; Gillanders, D. Clustering patients according to pain acceptance, diagnosis or patient perception differentially predicts response to interprofessional pain rehabilitation (submitted).

IV. Rovner, GS.; Björkdahl, A.; Sunnerhagen, KS.; Gerdle, B.; Gillanders, D. Capturing sex-differences relevant to rehabilitation with the instruments included in the Swedish National Registry for pain rehabilitation (in manuscript).
Date of Defence: 2014-05-22
Disputation: Academicum, Arvid Carlssons sal 9-12
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy (Medicine)
Publication type: Doctoral thesis
Keywords: Chronic Pain
Rehabilitation Medicine
Behavioral Medicine
Pain Assessment
Acceptance Processes
Behavioral Disciplines and Activities
Sex distribution & differences
Pain Measurements
Pain Assessments
Abstract: Chronic musculoskeletal ‘non-specific’ pain is still highly prevalent, despite advances of the biopsychosocial model in pain care and interprofessional rehabilitation. According to national and international reports, one of the areas in need of empirical evidence and development is the selection of patients to appropriate rehabilitation programs. Pain assessment instruments are often packaged without consideration of underlying models, and this mixture can create further confusion in the field. ... more
ISBN: 978-91-628-9012-4 e-book
978-91-628-9003-2 (paper print)
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