Designing pain research from the patient's perspective: what trial end points are important to patients with chronic pain?

@article{Casarett2001DesigningPR,
  title={Designing pain research from the patient's perspective: what trial end points are important to patients with chronic pain?},
  author={David J Casarett and Jason H. T. Karlawish and Pamela Sankar and Karen B Hirschman and David A Asch},
  journal={Pain medicine},
  year={2001},
  volume={2 4},
  pages={309-16}
}
OBJECTIVES The goals of this study were to define the endpoints of pain research that are important to patients with chronic pain and to identify clinical and demographic variables that are associated with patients' choices of endpoints. PATIENTS & SETTING Interviews were completed with 40 patients seen at the anesthesia pain clinic of an urban tertiary care medical center. DESIGN Each patient was presented with 4 brief (3-4 sentences) fixed information vignettes describing studies in which… CONTINUE READING

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