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Chronic Pain

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Tuesday February 12 2019 10:34 AM

Research Request 

We have been approached by a postgraduate student of psychology at Trinity College who is researching whether young people aged 14 -18 years who live with chronic pain have different worries and beliefs about worry, from their counterparts who do not live with chronic pain.

Aim of study

This study is the first step in understanding beliefs about pain and about worry in a sample of adolescents, who experience chronic pain, and to compare and contrast this with a sample of adolescents who do not experience pain.

Get in touch

If this is a study you would like to take part in, please email Aoife aoifek@ms-society.ie 

 

Author: MS Ireland/Trinity College Postgraduate Student

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