In addition to the tireless effort to know more about the situation of pain in our social environment, in the Observatory of Pain we are aware of the importance of disseminating the results obtained in the studies that we carried out.
Therefore, for some time we have been using new media and forms of dissemination to bring health information closer to the general public, but always with rigour and professionalism.
Pain is something that affects all of us and for this reason, we work every day to make our information more accessible. In our studies, we work with data that can be complex for those unfamiliar with the health field. So, we take advantage of the advantages that digital tools offer to facilitate understanding, to promote interest about this problem and to reach more people.
The creation of infographics and the use of Twitter have become our great allies to carry out this task allowing us to democratize the information and to make it more attractive to any user, whether they are health professionals or not.
Chronic low back pain in Spain: physical and psychological health status of patients
An infographic made from the data of the study “Differences in physical and psychological health in patients with chronic low back pain: a national survey in general Spanish population” published in the Quality of Life Research journal in which we address the problem of chronic low back pain in Spain focusing on the physical and psychological state of the patients.