Open Access Editorial Article ID: JNPPR-1-106

    Facilitating Improvements in Interprofessional Pain Management

    Carol J Clark*

    Pain is a global phenomenon in which it has been estimated that 20% of adults and 8% of children suffer from at any one time of whom 10% suffer chronic pain [1,2]. Pain is the leading reason for primary care consultations (80%) and musculoskeletal pain is the commonest reason for work absenteeism [3,4]. Pain is complex and there are aspects that require better recognition and understanding in order to improve its treatment and management.


    Published on: Sep 6, 2014 Pages: 30-31

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/2455-5487.000006
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