The International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health publishes our latest study about migraine

Another good news for the team of the Observatory of Pain. The famous International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health has published our report ‘Prevalence of Migraine in General Spanish Population; factors related and use of Health Resources'.  This is a descriptive cross-sectional study carried out by Alejandro Salazar,...

The Journal of the Spanish Society of Pain publishes our systematic review on psychology and adherence to analgesic treatment in patients with chronic pain

The Journal of the Spanish Society of Pain (RESED) has published the report entitled "Psychological factors associated with the adherence to analgesic treatment in patients with chronic pain: systematic review of the literature", in which the Observatory of Pain has been working the last months. This is a systematic review...

We launch the PainReApp project at the 10th edition of the European Researchers’ Night

Last Friday, September 24, the tenth edition of the European Researchers' Night took place, an event that every year brings together hundreds of people in different European cities with the aim of bringing science and the figure of the researcher closer to the society. The Alcázar of Jerez de la...

The Observatory of Pain participates in the XXXIX Annual Meeting of the SEE

Face-to-face scientific events are back with the celebration of the XXXIX Annual Meeting of the Spanish Epidemiology Society (SEE), the XVI Congresso da Associaçao Portuguesa (APE) and the XIX Congress of the Spanish Society of Public Health and Health Administration (SESPAS) in León, the city that has been chosen for...

The International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health publishes our latest study about the psychological impact of confinement on the staff of the University of Cádiz

The International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health has recently published the article “Psychological Impact of the lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic in university workers: factors related to stress, anxiety and depression” carried out by the Observatory of Pain. This is a cross-sectional study carried out by the...