Included in this section are chapters on self-report scales used with adults and a chapter on methods of assessing other components of pain. Disability Evaluation in Painful Conditions, James P. Robinson,Disability Evaluation in Painful Conditions. Turk Ronald Melzack Author Index 507 22 Subject Index 529 Dennis C. Quantification of Function in Chronic Low Back Pain, Peter B.
Jensen, Karoly,Self-Report Scales and Procedures for Assessing Pain in Adults. Gatchel Chapter 10 Assessment of Patients with Chronic Pain: A Comprehensive Approach 188 25 Dennis C. The book also weighs in on the limitations of existing methods and identifies key directions for future research. It reminds us that identifying and measuring meaningful behavioral outcomes - assessing the patient and not just the pain - is the key to the process. Assessment of Patients with Chronic Pain: A Comprehensive Approach, Dennis C.
Numerous new or refined assessment instruments and procedures, including applications of advanced imaging techniques. I would recommend that this book be available to all students, interns, and residents in training programs as a reference when they have patients with pain. The Handbook integrates the rapidly growing body of assessment research into a single manageable volume. Gauthier and Lucia Gagliese 13. Assessment of Pain in Older Persons, Lynn R.
With careful assessment, a more effective pain therapy regimen can be created. Smith Chapter 8 Psychophysiological and Neuroimaging Measures in the Assessment of Patients with Chronic Pain 151 25 Herta Flor Patric Meyer Chapter 9 Quantification of Function in Chronic Low Back Pain 176 12 Peter B. Assessment of Fibromyalgia Syndrome, Myofascial Pain Syndromes, and Whiplash-Associated Disorders, James P. The McGill Pain Questionnaire: Development, Psychometric Properties, and Usefulness of the Long Form, Short Form, and Short Form-2, Joel Katz and Ronald Melzack4. Self-Report Scales and Procedures for Assessing Pain in Adults, Mark P. Assessment of Headaches, Frank Andrasik, Dawn C.
The Facial Expression of Pain, Kenneth D. Next, it refers to a 15-point scale and provides 22 adjectives. Assessment of Pain in Infants, Children, and Adolescents, Danielle A. Turk and Ronald Melzack I. The importance of assessing the biopsychosocial factors that contribute to the pain experience is still undervalued and underutilized.
The field's leading authorities present essential information and tools for evaluating psychosocial, behavioral, situational, and medical factors in patients' subjective experience, functional impairment, and response to treatment. Dworkin Chapter 18 Assessment of Headaches 354 22 Frank Andrasik Dawn C. Turk, PhD, is the John and Emma Bonica Professor of Anesthesiology and Pain Research and Director of the Center for Pain Research on Impact, Measurement, and Effectiveness at the University of Washington School of Medicine. Best-practice recommendations are provided for assessing the most prevalent pain syndromes and for working with children, older adults, and people with communication difficulties. The importance of assessing the biopsychosocial factors that contribute to the pain experience is still undervalued and underutilized. Von Korff, Epidemiological and Survey Methods:Assessment of Chronic Pain.
Assessment of Pain and Health-Related Quality of Life in Chronic Pain Clinical Trials, Alec B. Assessment of Pain in Older Persons, Lynn R. Self-Report Scales and Procedures for Assessing Pain in Adults, Mark P. Sullivan Jennifer Brennan Braden Chapter 21 Disability Evaluation in Painful Conditions 415 29 James P. Assessment of Pain Behaviors, Francis J. Space limits me from commenting on each individual chapter. This is a very expensive book, and I will not purchase my own personal copy until there is a corrected reprinting.
Quantification of Function in Chronic Low Back Pain, Peter B. Romano Annmarie Cano Karen B. The Handbook integrates the rapidly growing body of assessment research into a single manageable volume. Ronald Melzack, PhD, is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at McGill University. Furthermore, there are chapters on epidemiological methods and quality-of-life issues in clinical trials. Assessment of Headaches, Frank Andrasik, Dawn C. Melzack developed the McGill Pain Questionnaire, a widely used measurement tool for research on pain in human subjects.
Dworkin, Nagasako, Hetzel, Farrar,Assessment of Pain and Pain-Realated Quality of Life in Clinical Trials. Extensive psychometric assessment in the primary care office is not realistic or warranted. This is another reason why the Handbook of Pain Assessment is an essential read for the physician who operates on and treats pain patients on a daily basis. Sullivan and Jennifer Brennan Braden21. New to This Edition Concise chapters and a heightened focus on practical clinical issues.
Empirically supported instruments and procedures are detailed, including self-report measures, observational techniques, psychophysiological measures, and more. Assessment of Psychiatric Disorders, Mark D. Gauthier and Lucia Gagliese 13. Assessment of Neuropathic Pain, Ian Gilron, Nadine Attal, Didier Bouhassira, and Robert H. A 'must have' for health care professionals and students. In recognition of his breakthrough research on pain, Dr. Assessment of Pain and Health-Related Quality of Life in Chronic Pain Clinical Trials, Alec B.