Executive Functioning in Youth With and Without Chronic Pain

 Jeanine Lynch  

Preliminary research in youth with chronic pain suggests differences in attention and working memory, which has been similarly demonstrated in adults with chronic pain. Read more.

Acetaminophen/Naproxen Sodium Dose Ranging Study

 Jeanine Lynch  

Study assessing the relative efficacy of five strengths of a fixed combination of acetaminophen and naproxen sodium is being investigated to help inform selection of dose(s) for further development and to evaluate the safety of a fixed combination of naproxen sodium and acetaminophen. Read more. 

Effects of using text message interventions for the management of musculoskeletal pain: a systematic review

 Jeanine Lynch  

Musculoskeletal pain is the greatest cause of disability worldwide. Owing to its increasing prevalence and burden, the importance of affordable treatments has been highlighted. Text message interventions are accessible, low cost, and effective in promoting healthy behaviour and managing chronic diseases. However, little is known about their role in musculoskeletal

UAB Team Investigates Suicide, Opioid Prescription Changes

 Jeanine Lynch  

In a new study, University of Alabama at Birmingham investigators will recruit family members of people who have died by suicide after a change in prescribed pain medications and survey their experiences. Read more.

Integrated Pain Management Programs

 Jeanine Lynch  

The Agency for Healthcare and Research Quality (AHRQ) is requesting supplemental evidence and data for research protocols for Integrated Pain Management Programs. Submission deadline is December 8, 2020. Read more.

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