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The Pain Course: 12 and 24 month outcomes from a randomised controlled trial of an internet-delivered pain management program provided with different levels of clinician support

Internet-delivered pain management programs have considerable potential for increasing access to evidence-based pain management [16, 25, 31]. Internet-delivered pain management programs are often based on the same principles and teach the same self-management skills as face-to-face programs. However, these programs employ carefully designed online modules to teach pain management information and support patients to develop their self-management skills [36]. These programs can be offered in clinician guided formats, where patients are provided weekly support throughout the program via telephone or email, or in more self-guided formats with little or no clinician contact.

The Pain Course: 12 and 24 month outcomes from a randomised controlled trial of an internet-delivered pain management program provided with different levels of clinician support

Orginally Published At: Pain Journal

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