Assessing the relationship between the level of pain control and patient satisfaction

@article{Phillips2013AssessingTR,
  title={Assessing the relationship between the level of pain control and patient satisfaction},
  author={S. Phillips and M. Gift and S. Gelot and Minh-Tri Duong and H. Tapp},
  journal={Journal of Pain Research},
  year={2013},
  volume={6},
  pages={683 - 689}
}
Purpose The primary assessment tool used by hospitals to measure the outcomes of pain management programs is the 0–10 numerical pain rating scale. However, it is unclear if this assessment should be used as the sole indicator of positive outcomes by pain management programs. Although it is assumed that pain intensity scores would be correlated with patient satisfaction, few studies have evaluated the association between pain intensity scores and patient satisfaction. Methods In this pilot study… Expand

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Observational Clinical Trial
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ConditionsCraniosynostoses, Pain, Postoperative
InterventionOther
Beyond the Pain Scale: Provider Communication and Staffing Predictive of Patients’ Satisfaction with Pain Control
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