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Chronic Pain and Giving Social Support

HELP FOR PARTNERS OF PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC PAIN

HELP FOR PARTNERS OF PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC PAIN If your partner has chronic pain that has lasted for 6 months or longer, you may be eligible to participate in a research study to test the effectiveness of the online Partner […]

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Control Your Craving Progra

Study Participants Needed for the Control Your Craving Program

Dear  Friends, I am writing to inform you about a research study to develop the online Control Your Cravings Program. You may be eligible to participate in this study.

Partner Pain Support

Partner Pain Support Program

Goalistics is considering developing the Partner Pain Support Program, an online system to enhance the effectiveness of partner support of individuals with chronic pain and to provide resources

Help test an internet-based pain management program

New Study: Test an Internet-Based Pain Management Program

Help Test an Internet-Based Pain Management Program

☐ Are you an adult with chronic non-cancer pain lasting more than 3 months? ☐ Do you have a current prescription for an

Living With Pain - Making Sense of Research

Living With Pain: Making Sense of Research

Research plays a crucial role in understanding chronic pain and its management. Over the past six months, I have noticed a trend on Facebook in comments about research

Chronic Pain and Negative Mood

Chronic Pain and Negative Moods

In a study by Nicole Tang and her colleagues (published in the scientific journal, Pain), 55 patients with chronic back pain completed an experiment

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