The PMC offers a unique opportunity to fill important knowledge gaps regarding Nonpharmacological treatment approaches for pain. In this op/ed Dr. Christine Goertz argued that while we are waiting for these study results, we already know enough to change how we care for patients with low back pain.
PMC Coordinating Center extends its appreciation to the authors for the impactful research into the the effects of the COVID-19 on non-pharmacological pain management trials in military and veteran healthcare settings. Research done by Amanda Midboe, et al, informs multiple areas of implications.
Time: 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM ET Series: Spotlight on Pain Management Speakers: William Becker, MD; Alicia Heapy, Ph.D.; Erin Krebs, MD, MPH Description: This session will discuss ongoing work of the HSR&D Pain/Opioid Consortium of Research (CORE) to update chronic pain and opioid-related research priorities. The presenters, co-principal investigators of the Pain/Opioid CORE, will …
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Time: 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM ET Series: Spotlight on Pain Management Speaker: Kelli Allen, PhD Description: This presentation will describe the observed heterogeneity in the effectiveness of various treatments and behavioral strategies for chronic pain conditions and factors associated with this heterogeneity. The presentation will also describe different methodological approaches for assessing differential effects …
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Time: 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM ET Spotlight on Pain Management Speakers: Sara Edmond, PhD; Mark Relyea, PhD Description: Abstract: The Pain Services Evaluation Program is a partnership between the Pain Research, Informatics, Multi-morbidities and Education (PRIME) Center of Innovation at VA Connecticut Healthcare System and the Pain Management, Opioid Safety, and PDMP (PMOP) Office. …
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Part one of these three-part series on addressing racism in pain research offers historical and theoretical background, as well as proposed shifts in language and practices in pain research frameworks, to promote the incorporation of antiracism research practices.
The NSCAP assesses the frequency, targeted outcome (e.g., “to manage pain”), perceived effectiveness, and setting of these approaches.
Time: 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM ET Series: Spotlight on Pain Management Speakers: Travis Lovejoy, PhD Register to attend Spotlight on Pain Management
Time: 12:00 AM to 1:00 PM ET Series: Complementary and Integrative Health Speaker: Dan Cherkin, PhD Description: Abstract: In the past 25 years, research has found that whole person approaches to chronic pain, including several CIH interventions, are safer and more effective than many traditional biomedical approaches. This shifting paradigm raises fundamental questions about the …
The Rise of Integrative Health Strategies as a Potential Solution to Our Chronic Pain Mess: Does this Reflect a True Paradigm Shift? Read More »
Time: 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM ET Series: Spotlight on Pain Management Speaker: Travis Lovejoy, PhD Register to attend Spotlight on Pain Management