Volume 2 Issue 2 (2009)
Journal of Pain Management

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Editors-in-Chief: Patricia Schofield and Joav Merrick
ISSN: 1939-5914
Journal Frequency: Quarterly
Print Format: 8.5″ x 11″, Double column, Softcover

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Pain and the sociological imagination
Derek Jones

Review Article

Mechanical and holistic paradigms in sexology: Viagra® represents a mechanical worldview and may cause female sexual pain
Søren Ventegodt and Joav Merrick,

Original Articles

A Q-methodological study to explore the low back pain beliefs and attitudes of low back pain health professionals
Carol Campbell

Impact of relaxation training on the variability of psychophysics and psychometrics tests
Gisèle Pickering, Agathe Gelot, Sylvia Boulliau, Agathe Njomgang and Claude Dubray

A National Survey of the United Kingdom NHS Pain Management Services
Neil Collighan and Sanjeeva Gupta

Opioid dependence among older pre-spine surgery patients. A prospective study
M Sami Walid

Combination of evidence-based medications for neuropathic pain: Proposal of a simple three-step therapeutic ladder
Katsuyuki Moriwaki, Kazuhisa Shiroyama, Mikako Sanuki, Minoru Tajima, Tomoaki Miki, Akihiko Sakai, and Ken Hashimoto

Psychosocial predictors of health status in fibromyalgia: A comparative study with rheumatoid arthritis
Paula Oliveira and Maria Emília Costa

Pain management in a neonatal intensive care unit
Edna Aparecida Bussotti and Eliseth Ribeiro Leão

Sex differences in anxiety sensitivity among children with chronic pain and non-clinical children
Jennie CI Tsao, Subhadra Evans, Marcia Meldrum, and Lonnie K Zeltzer

Nursing quality: Pain management in the emergency room
Rafaela Aparecida Marques Caliman, Maria Fernanda Zorzi Gatti, and Eliseth Ribeiro Leão

A cognitive-behavioural group intervention for chronic pain patients: First findings
Maaike J de Boer, Gerbrig J Versteegen, and Theo K Bouman

Chronic pain in injured workers
Policarpo Rebolledo, Alonso Mújica, Luis Guzmán, Verónica Herrera, and Ricardo Acuña

Invasive pain management procedures: High expectations lead to perceived poor outcomes
Carol Campbell

Children’s drawings of pain faces: A comparison of two cultures
Jacqueline A Ellis Eufemia Jacob, and Bryan Maycock

Catastrophizing, ways of coping and pain beliefs in relation to pain intensity and pain-related disability
Christina Knussen and Joanna L McParland