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A qualitative study to know about the experience of patients with chronic pain who use opioids

The research report entitled Living with opioids: a qualitative study with patients with chronic non-cancer pain, has been accepted for its publication in the prestigious and international Health Expectations journal. This work, started in 2018, takes part of Helena de Sola’s doctoral thesis, a member of the Observatory of Pain,...

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International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health publishes our last study

The international Journal of Environment Research and Public Health has recently  published our last report, which is a part of the project that the Observatory of Pain is carrying out, called Relationship between the phenotypic characteristics of pain and the presence of digestive disorders, sleep disorders and cognitive function disorders...

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Looking for new techniques of communication with patients that suffers pain

How do students of Medicine and future doctors face pain? With which attitude do they face this problem? To clarify these and other questions was the purpose of the Family Doctor Cristina Naranjo Muñoz, a specialist that -together with the Observatory of Pain- has participated in the XXIV Health Communication...

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Diario Médico gives us a voice with the publication of our last study about opioids

The prestigious news website Diario Médico has published our latest study about opioids, a work of field carried out with many details and during several months in which we tried to clarify some questions that the Spanish population have when they hear about opioids as an effective way to deal...

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Grünenthal Foundation’s Painless Newsletter gives voice to new studies about pain in Spain

The Grünenthal Foundation’s Painless Newsletter spoke on its last number about the exhaustive and meticulous work that we do at the Observatory of Pain. A project that has already added several years and a lot of relevant data that is run by Dr. Inmaculada Failce, the one in charge to...

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Just 30% of the patients with chronic pain takes medication correctly

The latest study carried out by the Observatory of Pain concludes that just 30% of the patients that suffer chronic pain take the treatment according to the recommendations of doctors. In spite of this data, more than 80% of survey respondents confirm to take the medication just like their doctors...