Publikationer


Et hovedprincip i CHANGE PAIN er at FORSKE, OFFENTLIGGØRE og UDDANNE. Vores publikationer, som for det meste kan downloades gratis, falder ind under tre generelle kategorier:


  • Konsensusdokumenter: Anbefalinger fra CHANGE PAIN Advisory Panel (rådgivende panel) om vigtige smerterelaterede emner såsom forbedring af den aktuelle praksis i behandlingen af svære kroniske smerter.
     
  • Forskningsartikler: Kommunikation af forskningsresultater såsom analyse af data fra over 50.000 patienter via undersøgelsen National Health and Wellness Survey (NHWS).
     
  • Særlige emner: Opsummering af aktuelle emner af særlig interesse inden for området smertebehandling. 



 

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Müller-Schwefe GHH, et al. Pain in the cancer patient: different pain characteristics CHANGE pharmacological treatment requirements CMRO; 30(9); 2014, 1895–1908 Download PDF
Kress HG, et al. Managing chronic pain in elderly patients requires a CHANGE of approach CMRO; 30(6); 2014, 1153–1164 Download PDF
Pergolizzi J, et al. The development of chronic pain: physiological CHANGE necessitates a multidiscipline approach to treatment CMRO; 29(9); 2013; 1127–1135 Download PDF
Pergolizzi J, et al. The chronic pain conundrum: should we CHANGE from relying on past history to assesing prognostic factors? CMRO; 28(2); 2012; 1-8 Download PDF
Varrassi G, et al. Proceedings of the CHANGE PAIN Expert Summit in Rome, June 2010 CMRO; 27(10); 2011; 2061-2085 Se konference- rapporten
Müller-Schwefe GHH, et al. Make a CHANGE: optimising communication and pain management decisions CMRO; 27(2); 2011; 481-488 Download PDF
Varrassi G et al. Curr Med Res Opinion Pharmacological treatment of chronic pain - the need for CHANGE CMRO; 26(5);2010; 1231-1245 Download PDF

 

 

Author Title Reference  
Pérez C, Margarit C, Serrano M Survey of European patients assessing their own noncancer chronic pain: results from Spain CMRO; 29(6); 2013; 643-651 Download PDF
Langley PC, Liedgens H Time since diagnosis, treatment pathways and current pain status: a retrospective assessment in a back pain population JME; 16(5); 2013, 701-709 Download PDF
Varrassi G,
Müller-Schwefe GHH
The international CHANGE PAIN physician survey: does specialism influence the perception of pain and its treatment? CMRO; 28(5); 2012; 823-831 Download PDF
Müller-Schwefe GHH, et al. European survey of chronic pain patients: results for Germany CMRO; 27(11); 2011; 1-8 Download PDF
Langley PC, Tornero Molina J, Margarit Ferri C, Pérez Hernández C, Tejedor Varillas A, Ruiz-Iban MA The association of pain with labor force participation, absenteeism, and presenteeism in Spain JME; 14(6); 2011, 835-845 Download PDF
Müller-Schwefe GHH, et al. Health care utilization of back pain patients - results of a claims data analysis JME; 14(6); 2011; 816-823 Download PDF
Langley PC, Pérez Hernández C, Margarit Ferri C, Ruiz Hidalgo D, Lubián López M Pain, health related quality of life and healthcare resource utilization in Spain JME; 14(5); 2011, 628-638 Download PDF
Langley PC, Ruiz-Iban MA, Tornero Molina J, De Andres J, González-Escalada Castellón JR The prevalence, correlates and treatment of pain in Spain JME; 14(3); 2011, 367-380 Download PDF
Langley PC The prevalence, correlates and treatment of pain in the European Union CMRO; 27(2); 2011; 463-480 Download PDF
Reid KJ, et al. Epidemiology of chronic non-cancer pain in Europe: narrative review of prevalence, pain treatments and pain impact CMRO; 27(2); 2011; 449-462 Download PDF
Langley PC, et al. The impact of pain on labor force participation, absenteeism and presenteeism in the European Union. Journal of Medical Economics;
13(4); 2010; 662-672
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Langley PC, et al. The societal impact of pain in the European Union: health-related quality of life and healthcare resource utilization. Journal of Medical Economics;
13(3); 2010; 571-581
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Author Title Reference  
Ahlbeck K Opioids: a two-faced Janus CMRO; 27(2); 2011; 439-448 Download PDF
Morlion B Pharmacotherapy of low back pain: targeting nociceptive and neuropathic pain components CMRO; 27(1); 2011, 11-33 Download PDF

 

 

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