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Loss-adjusting: Young People's Constructions of a Future Living With Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.

Abigail Jones, Line Caes, Christopher Eccleston, Melanie Noel, Tessa Rugg, Abbie Jordan,

OBJECTIVES:Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is a chronic pain condition that can present specific difficulties when occurring in adolescence. There is limited work exploring future narratives of healthy adolescents, and how these may differ for those who have chronic health conditions, but there is no research on the future narratives ... Read more >>

Clin J Pain (The Clinical journal of pain)
[2020, 36(12):932-939]

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Sociodevelopmental Challenges Faced by Young People with Chronic Pain: A Scoping Review.

Abigail Jones, Line Caes, C Meghan McMurtry, Christopher Eccleston, Abbie Jordan,

OBJECTIVE:Map the current literature investigating autonomy development, identity development, and peer relationships in young people aged 10-24 years with chronic pain. METHODS:A scoping review method was used to systematically search four databases (APA PsycNET, PubMed, Web of Science, and Cinahl) for peer-reviewed articles. Search results were screened against inclusion and exclusion ... Read more >>

J Pediatr Psychol (Journal of pediatric psychology)
[2020, :]

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Screening to identify postoperative pain and cross-sectional associations between factors identified in this process with pain and function, three months after total knee replacement.

Vikki Wylde, Emily Sanderson, Tim J Peters, Wendy Bertram, Nicholas Howells, Julie Bruce, Christopher Eccleston, Rachael Gooberman-Hill,

OBJECTIVES:Describe the screening and recruitment process of a randomised trial and evaluate associations with knee pain and function three months after total knee replacement (TKR). METHODS:To screen for a multi-centre trial, 5036 patients were sent an Oxford Knee Score (OKS) questionnaire 10 weeks post-TKR. Patients who reported pain in their ... Read more >>

Arthritis Care Res (Hoboken) (Arthritis care & research)
[2020, :]

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Interpretation of chronic pain clinical trial outcomes: IMMPACT recommended considerations.

Shannon M Smith, Robert H Dworkin, Dennis C Turk, Michael P McDermott, Christopher Eccleston, John T Farrar, Michael C Rowbotham, Zubin Bhagwagar, Laurie B Burke, Penney Cowan, Susan S Ellenberg, Scott R Evans, Roy L Freeman, Louis P Garrison, Smriti Iyengar, Alejandro Jadad, Mark P Jensen, Roderick Junor, Cornelia Kamp, Nathaniel P Katz, James Patrick Kesslak, Ernest A Kopecky, Dmitri Lissin, John D Markman, Philip J Mease, Alec B OʼConnor, Kushang V Patel, Srinivasa N Raja, Cristina Sampaio, David Schoenfeld, Jasvinder Singh, Ilona Steigerwald, Vibeke Strand, Leslie A Tive, Jeffrey Tobias, Ajay D Wasan, Hilary D Wilson,

Interpreting randomized clinical trials (RCTs) is crucial to making decisions regarding the use of analgesic treatments in clinical practice. In this article, we report on an Initiative on Methods, Measurement, and Pain Assessment in Clinical Trials (IMMPACT) consensus meeting organized by the Analgesic, Anesthetic, and Addiction Clinical Trial Translations, Innovations, ... Read more >>

Pain (Pain)
[2020, 161(11):2446-2461]

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Delivering transformative action in paediatric pain: a Lancet Child & Adolescent Health Commission.

Christopher Eccleston, Emma Fisher, Richard F Howard, Rebeccah Slater, Paula Forgeron, Tonya M Palermo, Kathryn A Birnie, Brian J Anderson, Christine T Chambers, Geert Crombez, Gustaf Ljungman, Isabel Jordan, Zachary Jordan, Caitriona Roberts, Neil Schechter, Christine B Sieberg, Dick Tibboel, Suellen M Walker, Dominic Wilkinson, Chantal Wood,

Lancet Child Adolesc Health (The Lancet. Child & adolescent health)
[2020, :]

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Safe methods of imputation for clinical trials of interventions for chronic pain: promoting transparency and comparison.

R Andrew Moore, Christopher Eccleston,

Pain (Pain)
[2020, 161(10):2225-2226]

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The Time Course of Facial Expression Recognition Using Spatial Frequency Information: Comparing Pain and Core Emotions.

Shan Wang, Christopher Eccleston, Edmund Keogh,

We are able to recognize others' experience of pain from their facial expressions. However, little is known about what makes the recognition of pain possible and whether it is similar or different from core emotions. This study investigated the mechanisms underpinning the recognition of pain expressions, in terms of spatial ... Read more >>

J Pain (The journal of pain : official journal of the American Pain Society)
[2020, :]

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Psychological therapies for the management of chronic pain (excluding headache) in adults.

Amanda C de C Williams, Emma Fisher, Leslie Hearn, Christopher Eccleston,

BACKGROUND:Chronic non-cancer pain, a disabling and distressing condition, is common in adults. It is a global public health problem and economic burden on health and social care systems and on people with chronic pain. Psychological treatments aim to reduce pain, disability and distress. This review updates and extends its previous ... Read more >>

Cochrane Database Syst Rev (The Cochrane database of systematic reviews)
[2020, 8:CD007407]

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Gender differences in attention to pain body postures in a social context: a novel use of the bodies in the crowd task.

Joseph Walsh, Christopher Eccleston, Edmund Keogh,

Pain signals the presence of potential harm, captures attention, and can inhibit performance on concurrent tasks. What is less well known, however, is whether such attentional capture also occurs in a wider social context, such as when observing people in pain. To explore this possibility, we adopted a novel social-cue ... Read more >>

Pain (Pain)
[2020, 161(8):1776-1786]

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General risks of harm with cannabinoids, cannabis, and cannabis-based medicine possibly relevant to patients receiving these for pain management: an overview of systematic reviews.

Mohammed Mohiuddin, Fiona M Blyth, Louisa Degenhardt, Marta Di Forti, Christopher Eccleston, Simon Haroutounian, Andrew Moore, Andrew S C Rice, Mark Wallace, Rex Park, Ian Gilron,

The growing demand for improved pain treatments together with expanding legalization of, and access to, cannabinoids, cannabis, and cannabis-based medicines has intensified the focus on risk-benefit considerations in pain management. Given limited harms data from analgesic clinical trials, we conducted an overview of systematic reviews focused on all harms possibly ... Read more >>

Pain (Pain)
[2020, :]

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Cannabinoids, cannabis, and cannabis-based medicine for pain management: a systematic review of randomised controlled trials.

Emma Fisher, R Andrew Moore, Alexandra E Fogarty, David P Finn, Nanna B Finnerup, Ian Gilron, Simon Haroutounian, Elliot Krane, Andrew S C Rice, Michael Rowbotham, Mark Wallace, Christopher Eccleston,

Cannabinoids, cannabis, and cannabis-based medicines (CBMs) are increasingly used to manage pain, with limited understanding of their efficacy and safety. We summarised efficacy and adverse events (AEs) of these types of drugs for treating pain using randomised controlled trials: in people of any age, with any type of pain, and ... Read more >>

Pain (Pain)
[2020, :]

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Cannabinoids, cannabis, and cannabis-based medicines for pain management: an overview of systematic reviews.

R Andrew Moore, Emma Fisher, David P Finn, Nanna B Finnerup, Ian Gilron, Simon Haroutounian, Elliot Krane, Andrew S C Rice, Michael Rowbotham, Mark Wallace, Christopher Eccleston,

Cannabinoids, cannabis, and cannabis-based medicines (CBM) are increasingly used to manage pain, with limited understanding of their efficacy and safety. We assessed methodological quality, scope, and results of systematic reviews of randomised controlled trials of these treatments. Several search strategies sought self-declared systematic reviews. Methodological quality was assessed using both ... Read more >>

Pain (Pain)
[2020, :]

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Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) for chronic pain: the opportunity to begin again.

Mervyn J Travers, Neil E O'Connell, Peter Tugwell, Christopher Eccleston, William Gibson,

Cochrane Database Syst Rev (The Cochrane database of systematic reviews)
[2020, 4:ED000139]

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Managing patients with chronic pain during the COVID-19 outbreak: considerations for the rapid introduction of remotely supported (eHealth) pain management services.

Christopher Eccleston, Fiona M Blyth, Blake F Dear, Emma A Fisher, Francis J Keefe, Mary E Lynch, Tonya M Palermo, M Carrington Reid, Amanda C de C Williams,

Pain (Pain)
[2020, 161(5):889-893]

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Measuring and reporting adverse events in clinical trials of psychological treatments for chronic pain.

Tonya M Palermo, Katherine Slack, Dorothy Loren, Christopher Eccleston, Robert N Jamison,

Pain (Pain)
[2020, 161(4):713-717]

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Gender differences in attention to pain body postures in a social context: a novel use of the bodies in the crowd task.

Joseph Walsh, Christopher Eccleston, Edmund Keogh,

Pain signals the presence of potential harm, captures attention, and can inhibit performance on concurrent tasks. What is less well known, however, is whether such attentional capture also occurs in a wider social context, such as when observing people in pain. To explore this possibility, we adopted a novel social-cue ... Read more >>

Pain (Pain)
[2020, :]

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Let's talk about pain catastrophizing measures: an item content analysis.

Geert Crombez, Annick L De Paepe, Elke Veirman, Christopher Eccleston, Gregory Verleysen, Dimitri M L Van Ryckeghem,

Background:Concerns have been raised about whether self-report measures of pain catastrophizing reflect the construct as defined in the cognitive-behavioral literature. We investigated the content of these self-report measures; that is, whether items assess the construct 'pain catastrophizing' and not other theoretical constructs (i.e., related constructs or pain outcomes) using the ... Read more >>

PeerJ (PeerJ)
[2020, 8:e8643]

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Pharmacological interventions for chronic pain in children: an overview of systematic reviews.

Christopher Eccleston, Emma Fisher, Tess E Cooper, Marie-Claude Grégoire, Lauren C Heathcote, Elliot Krane, Susan M Lord, Navil F Sethna, Anna-Karenia Anderson, Brian Anderson, Jacqueline Clinch, Andrew L Gray, Jeffrey I Gold, Richard F Howard, Gustaf Ljungman, R Andrew Moore, Neil Schechter, Philip J Wiffen, Nick M R Wilkinson, David G Williams, Chantal Wood, Miranda A L van Tilburg, Boris Zernikow,

We know little about the safety or efficacy of pharmacological medicines for children and adolescents with chronic pain, despite their common use. Our aim was to conduct an overview review of systematic reviews of pharmacological interventions that purport to reduce pain in children with chronic noncancer pain (CNCP) or chronic ... Read more >>

Pain (Pain)
[2019, 160(8):1698-1707]

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People in pain make poorer decisions.

Nina Attridge, Jayne Pickering, Matthew Inglis, Edmund Keogh, Christopher Eccleston,

Chronic pain affects 1 in 5 people and has been shown to disrupt attention. Here, we investigated whether pain disrupts everyday decision making. In study 1, 1322 participants completed 2 tasks online: a shopping-decisions task and a measure of decision outcomes over the previous 10 years. Participants who were in ... Read more >>

Pain (Pain)
[2019, 160(7):1662-1669]

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Risks of harm with cannabinoids, cannabis, and cannabis-based medicine for pain management relevant to patients receiving pain treatment: protocol for an overview of systematic reviews.

Ian Gilron, Fiona M Blyth, Louisa Degenhardt, Marta Di Forti, Christopher Eccleston, Simon Haroutounian, Andrew Moore, Andrew S C Rice, Mark Wallace,

Introduction:With the increasing availability of cannabis and cannabinoids and their potential utility for pain treatment, there is a growing need to evaluate the risk-benefit considerations of cannabinoids for the management of pain. As part of the IASP Cannabis and Cannabinoids Task Force, this protocol describes a planned overview of systematic ... Read more >>

Pain Rep (Pain reports)
[2019, 4(3):e742]

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Cannabinoids, cannabis, and cannabis-based medicine for pain management: a protocol for an overview of systematic reviews and a systematic review of randomised controlled trials.

Emma Fisher, Christopher Eccleston, Louisa Degenhardt, David P Finn, Nanna B Finnerup, Ian Gilron, Simon Haroutounian, Elliot Krane, Andrew S C Rice, Michael Rowbotham, Mark Wallace, R Andrew Moore,

Pain is an experience that affects many people worldwide and is associated with higher mortality and lower quality of life. Cannabinoid, cannabis, and cannabis-based medicines (CBMs) are thought to reduce pain, but a proliferation of different products has led to variability in trials, creating a challenge when determining the assessment ... Read more >>

Pain Rep (Pain reports)
[2019, 4(3):e741]

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An investigation of the effect of experimental pain on logical reasoning.

Nina Attridge, Edmund Keogh, Christopher Eccleston,

Pain disrupts attention to prioritise avoidance of harm and promote analgesic behaviour. This could in turn have negative effects on higher-level cognitions, which rely on attention. In the current article, we examined the effect of thermal pain induction on 3 measures of reasoning: the Cognitive Reflection Test, Belief Bias Syllogisms ... Read more >>

Pain (Pain)
[2019, 160(5):1093-1102]

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Psychological interventions for parents of children and adolescents with chronic illness.

Emily Law, Emma Fisher, Christopher Eccleston, Tonya M Palermo,

BACKGROUND:Psychological therapies for parents of children and adolescents with chronic illness aim to improve parenting behavior and mental health, child functioning (behavior/disability, mental health, and medical symptoms), and family functioning.This is an updated version of the original Cochrane Review (2012) which was first updated in 2015. OBJECTIVES:To evaluate the efficacy ... Read more >>

Cochrane Database Syst Rev (The Cochrane database of systematic reviews)
[2019, 3:CD009660]

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Psychological therapies (remotely delivered) for the management of chronic and recurrent pain in children and adolescents.

Emma Fisher, Emily Law, Joanne Dudeney, Christopher Eccleston, Tonya M Palermo,

BACKGROUND:This is the first update of a review published in 2015, Issue 1. Chronic pain is common during childhood and adolescence and is associated with negative outcomes, such as increased severity of pain, reduced function, and low mood. Psychological therapies, traditionally delivered face-to-face with a therapist, are efficacious at reducing ... Read more >>

Cochrane Database Syst Rev (The Cochrane database of systematic reviews)
[2019, 4:CD011118]

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Predicting the consequences of physical activity: An investigation into the relationship between anxiety sensitivity, interoceptive accuracy and action.

Abby Tabor, Niels Vollaard, Edmund Keogh, Christopher Eccleston,

The ability to predict the consequences of our actions is imperative for the everyday success of our interactions. From negotiating an uneven surface, to mounting an immune response, we continually infer the limits of our body. The current investigation considered the impact that the inferred consequences of action has on ... Read more >>

PLoS One (PloS one)
[2019, 14(3):e0210853]

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