Collaborative care for chronic pain in primary care: a cluster randomized trial.

  title={Collaborative care for chronic pain in primary care: a cluster randomized trial.},
  author={Steven K. Dobscha and Kathryn Corson and Nancy A. Perrin and Ginger C. Hanson and Ruth Q Leibowitz and Melanie N. Doak and Kathryn C Dickinson and Mark D Sullivan and Martha Gerrity},
  volume={301 12},
CONTEXT Chronic pain is common in primary care patients and is associated with distress, disability, and increased health care use. OBJECTIVE To assess whether a collaborative intervention can improve chronic pain-related outcomes, including comorbid depression severity, in a Department of Veterans Affairs primary care setting. DESIGN, SETTING, AND PARTICIPANTS Cluster randomized controlled trial of a collaborative care assistance with pain treatment intervention vs treatment as usual at 5… CONTINUE READING
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