Volume 5 Issue 2 (2012)
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

ISBN: N/A Categories: ,

Table of Contents

Editorial – Older persons with chronic non-malignant pain: An Integrative approach
Mimi MY Tse

Pain, psychological symptoms and prescription drug misuse in HIV: A literature review
Jennie CI Tsao, Michael W Plankey, and Mary A Young

A review of the impact of oxygen therapy in patients with advanced lung disease
Kaitlin Koo, Justin Kwong, Janet Nguyen, Florencia Jon, Liang Zeng, Kristopher Dennis, Lori Holden, Shaelyn Culleton, Luluel Khan, Amanda Caissie, and Edward Chow

Assessing the quantity and quality of experienced and imagined pain in relation to health professional status
Jacqui McKechnie and Eric E Brodie

Pain beliefs and pain-related profiles of older persons living in nursing homes
Mimi MY Tse and Sinfia KS Vong

Needs assessment of patients and their caregivers at the Rapid Response Radiotherapy Program
Luluel Khan, Sarah Hugh, Shah Ansari, Andrew Chiang, Liang Zeng, Roseanna Presutti, Gunita Mitera, Liying Zhang, Elizabeth Barnes, Cyril Danjoux, Arjun Sahgal, Edward Chow, and May Tsao

Happiness among community-dwelling older persons: Is it related to pain and loneliness?
Mimi MY Tse, Alex MH Wong, and Vanessa TC Wan

On parole: The natural history of recovery from fibromyalgia in women: A grounded theory study
Kerstin AH Wentz, Christopher Lindberg, and Lillemor R-M Hallberg

Autogenic training in patients treated for chronic headache: A randomised clinical trial
Gisèle Pickering, Christel Creac’h, Françoise Radat, Jean-Michel Cardot, Jean-Pierre Alibeu, Gilbert André, Sylvie Chaib, Ludovic Douay, Françoise Hirsch, Véronique Malochet, Malou Navez, Pascale Picard, Eric Serra, Marc Sorel, Estelle Simen, Anne-C Sergent, Claude Dubray, and Bernard Laurent

Book Review

Chronic Pain: An Integrated Biobehavioral Approach
Herta Flor and Dennis C. Turk
Review by Dr. Pat Schofield, University of Aberdeen