A qualitative study exploring the effects of attending a community pain service choir on wellbeing in people who experience chronic pain.

@article{Hopper2016AQS,
  title={A qualitative study exploring the effects of attending a community pain service choir on wellbeing in people who experience chronic pain.},
  author={Mirella J Hopper and Suzi Curtis and Suzanne Hodge and Rebecca Simm},
  journal={British journal of pain},
  year={2016},
  volume={10 3},
  pages={
          124-34
        }
}
In line with growing evidence of the health benefits of singing, this study aimed to explore participants' perceptions of the impact of a service-user-led community pain choir on their psychological wellbeing, self-efficacy and relationships with their chronic pain. The choir has links to a multidisciplinary pain management service, which is informed by the ethos of solution-focused (SF) principles, specifically in identifying and drawing upon patients' resources. Seven choir members… CONTINUE READING
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