Role of health care professionals in multidisciplinary pain treatment facilities in Canada.

@article{Peng2008RoleOH,
  title={Role of health care professionals in multidisciplinary pain treatment facilities in Canada.},
  author={Philip Wenn Hsin Peng and Jennifer N. Stinson and Manon Choini{\`e}re and Dominique H. Dion and Howard M. Intrater and Sandra LeFort and Mary Ann Lynch and May Han Huang Ong and Saifee Rashiq and Gregg Allan Tkachuk and Yves Veillette},
  journal={Pain research & management},
  year={2008},
  volume={13 6},
  pages={
          484-8
        }
}
PURPOSE To examine the role of health care professionals in multidisciplinary pain treatment facilities (MPTF) for the treatment of chronic pain across Canada. METHODS MPTF were defined as clinics that advertised specialized multidisciplinary services for the diagnosis and management of chronic pain, and had staff from a minimum of three different health care disciplines (including at least one medical specialty) available and integrated within the facility. Administrative leaders at eligible… CONTINUE READING
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