A North Carolina law, the Strengthen Opioid Misuse Prevention (STOP) Act, has significantly changed clinicians’ opioid prescribing behavior.
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Researchers evaluated the suicide risk for patients with chronic noncancer pain and a co-occurring opioid use disorder.
Researchers explored whether those with chronic pain who showed greater pain acceptance mitigated the relationship between pain severity, its perceived burden, and suicidal ideation.
Researchers sought to assess the views and experiences of individuals currently, previously, and never taking cannabinoids for chronic pain to inform future research.
Researchers examined whether methylnaltrexone was safe and effective for the treatment of laxative-refractory OIC among patients with advanced illness.
Researchers explored data from 3 large pragmatic clinical trials into medication treatments for opioid use disorder.
Researchers investigated the effects of virtual reality intervention on pain reduction in pediatric patients undergoing venipuncture.
Researchers sought to determine how psychological distress, pain intensity, and social support affect lack of life control and interference.
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