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.
The long-term goal of this two-phase project is to reduce chronic pain and co-morbid conditions among veterans, through scalable, non-pharmacologic evidence-based strategies that are “veteran-centric,” designed to optimize engagement, adherence and sustainability, and are deliverable to large numbers of veterans. Read more.
PainQx is conducting a study to collect electroencephalography (EEG) data from 250 people with chronic pain and 50 healthy controls in order to develop algorithms that will objectively assess the level of pain a person is experiencing. Read more.
The aim of this pilot study is to conduct an unblinded pilot randomized clinical study on the effectiveness and tolerability of auricular semi-permanent (ASP) vs intradermal (long), and pyonex needles in Battlefield Acupuncture (BFA) for the treatment of acute musculoskeletal (MSK) pain. Read more.
This pilot RCT will examine the preliminary efficacy of a telehealth version of Mindfulness-Oriented Recovery Enhancement (MORE) enriched with a smartphone-based just-in-time adaptive intervention (JITAI) for patients with chronic pain on long-term opioid therapy. Read more.
This project is focused on Veteran patients 65 and older with chronic pain. In this project, the investigators will understand the impact of a contextual patient generated data (PGD). Contextual PGD are data about what is important to patients, information about the Veterans social and home contexts (for example, how the Veterans medications are stored and how much help they receive from others). In this study the investigators will talk with Veterans with chronic pain and the Veterans informal caregivers (family members or friends who help them) and find out about how they are coping with chronic pain and what information might be helpful to provide to the Veterans healthcare team. Then, the investigators will talk to clinicians about information that might be helpful to them. The investigators will collect contextual PGD and use it to develop a computer application for collecting contextual PGD and displaying it to patients and doctors in a visit. The investigators will also test the impact of having contextual PGD in a visit on patient satisfaction with the Veterans care plan and how well they are able to follow the care plan. Read the details.
American Academy of Pain Medicine