Measuring pain self-efficacy.

  title={Measuring pain self-efficacy.},
  author={Clare L Miles and Tamar Pincus and Dawn Carnes and Stephanie J C Taylor and Martin Underwood},
  journal={The Clinical journal of pain},
  volume={27 5},
BACKGROUND It is likely that people with chronic pain who have low self-efficacy have a worse prognosis. A standard, high-quality measure of self-efficacy in such populations would improve evidence, by allowing meaningful comparisons amongst subgroups and between treatments, and by facilitating pooling across studies in systematic reviews. OBJECTIVES To identify self-administered pain-related self-efficacy measures used in people with chronic pain and to evaluate the clinimetric evidence of… CONTINUE READING
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