Self-management interventions for chronic pain.

@article{Mann2013SelfmanagementIF,
  title={Self-management interventions for chronic pain.},
  author={Elizabeth Gayle Mann and Sandra LeFort and Elizabeth Vandenkerkhof},
  journal={Pain management},
  year={2013},
  volume={3 3},
  pages={
          211-22
        }
}
SUMMARY Individuals living with chronic pain face daily challenges of managing symptoms, modifying roles and responsibilities, and coping with the negative emotional consequences of pain. Self-management interventions teach a variety of strategies to meet these challenges and build participants' self-efficacy for their use. These interventions have been delivered in individual, group and online formats for a variety of different pain conditions. The evidence supports the efficacy of self… CONTINUE READING
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