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Randomized Trial of Telephonic Pain Self-Management to Promote Opioid Tapering (NCT03743402)

In the Pain Self-Management Training for Opioid Taper (PSMOT) study, the effectiveness of a multicomponent intervention will be tested, compared with usual care, on opioid dose and pain outcomes among patients on high dose (≥ 50 mg morphine equivalent dose) long-term opioid therapy in a randomized controlled trial. This intervention will have 4 components: a) telephone-delivered evidence-based pain self-management training, b) web-based video of successfully tapered patients with motivational interviewing debriefing, c) a voluntary, self-paced opioid taper, and d) opioid and non-opioid prescribing guidance for the patient's primary care provider.

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