Necessary Components of Psychological Treatment for Chronic Pain: More Packages for Groups or Process ‐Based Therapy for Individuals?

AbstractThis journal recently published a paper by Sharpe et al., entitled “Necessary components of psychological treatments in chronic pain management programs: A Delphi study” (Sharpe, Jones, Ashton‐James, Nicholas,&Refshauge, 2020). These researcher sought the views of authors of relevant RCTs published up to September 2016 and supplemented these with input from psychologists working in pain management programs in Australia.
Source: European Journal of Pain - Category: Anesthesiology Authors: Tags: COMMENTARY Source Type: research

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