The addiction behaviors checklist: validation of a new clinician-based measure of inappropriate opioid use in chronic pain.

@article{Wu2006TheAB,
  title={The addiction behaviors checklist: validation of a new clinician-based measure of inappropriate opioid use in chronic pain.},
  author={Stephen M Wu and Peggy Compton and Roger Bolus and Beatrix M Schieffer and Quynh Chau Pham and Ariel M Baria and Walter Van Vort and Frederick A Davis and Paul W Shekelle and Bruce D. Naliboff},
  journal={Journal of pain and symptom management},
  year={2006},
  volume={32 4},
  pages={342-51}
}
This study introduces the Addiction Behaviors Checklist (ABC), which is a brief (20-item) instrument designed to track behaviors characteristic of addiction related to prescription opioid medications in chronic pain populations. Items are focused on observable behaviors noted both during and between clinic visits. One hundred thirty-six consecutive veterans in a multidisciplinary Veterans Affairs Chronic Pain Clinic who were receiving long-term opioid medication treatment were included in this… CONTINUE READING

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