DATAPPAIN1: Population based chronic pain study providing novel insights on socio-demographics, psychometrics and quality of life

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DATAPPAIN1: Population based chronic pain study providing novel insights on socio-demographics, psychometrics and quality of life

Large chronic pain population studies are lacking, and those available often neglect psychosocial characteristics of chronic pain. Data gathered from a large population suffering from chronic pain referred to a multidisciplinary academic pain clinic in the Netherlands may provide insights for further research, therapy, and information about frequently overlooked aspects.

 

The 9th World Congress of the World Institute of Pain (WIP 2018), Dublin 2018
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