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Facilitating Treatment Adherence in Pain Medicine

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Beschreibung

In the field of pain medicine, the interventions that can improve a patient's pain, mood, and functionality are only as effective as the patient's willingness to follow recommended treatment plans. Facilitating Treatment Adherence in Pain Medicine provides a practical guide to understanding and improving patient adherence with regards to both opioid and non-opioid pharmacotherapy, pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic pain interventions, and use of biometrics and behavioral techniques. The book also explores the ethics of dealing with patients who are non-adherent. Facilitating Treatment Adherence in Pain Medicine is the first book to address the obstacle patient non-adherence poses to reaching therapeutic goals in pain medicine, making it an ideal resource for pain physicians and primary care physicians who manage patients with chronic pain.

Autorentext

Martin Cheatle, PhD is the Director of the Pain and Chemical Dependency, Center for Studies of Addiction, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.Perry G. Fine, MD is Professor of Anesthesiology, Pain Research Center, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.



Klappentext

In the field of pain medicine, the interventions that can improve a patient's pain, mood, and functionality are only as effective as the patient's willingness to follow recommended treatment plans. Facilitating Treatment Adherence in Pain Medicine provides a practical guide to understanding and improving patient adherence with regards to both opioid and non-opioid pharmacotherapy, pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic pain interventions, and use of biometrics and behavioral techniques. The book also explores the ethics of dealing with patients who are non-adherent. Facilitating Treatment Adherence in Pain Medicine is the first book to address the obstacle patient non-adherence poses to reaching therapeutic goals in pain medicine, making it an ideal resource for pain physicians and primary care physicians who manage patients with chronic pain.



Inhalt

Chapter 1: Facilitating Treatment Adherence in Pain Medicine: Adherence-The Great Confounder! Martin D. Cheatle and Perry G. Fine Chapter 2: Treatment Adherence in Chronic Pain: Predictors, Models and a Role for Psychological Flexibility Anthony M. Harrison, Christopher Graham, and Lance M. McCracken Chapter 3: Adherence In Pharmacotherapy: Maximizing Benefit and Minimizing Risk Marc O. Martel and Robert N. Jamison Chapter 4: The Use of Drug Testing in Promoting Treatment Adherence in Pain Medicine Howard A. Heit and Douglas L. Gourlay Chapter 5: Adherence to Weight Loss and Physical Activity E. Amy Janke and David E. Goodrich Chapter 6: Biopsychosocial Approach to Improving Treatment Adherence in Chronic Pain Martin D. Cheatle and Lara Dhingra Chapter 7: Adherence in Pain Medicine: Ethical Considerations Michael E. Schatman and Oscar J. Benitez

Produktinformationen

Titel: Facilitating Treatment Adherence in Pain Medicine
Editor:
EAN: 9780190600082
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Oxford University Press
Genre: Medizin
Anzahl Seiten: 256
Veröffentlichung: 29.03.2017
Dateigrösse: 9.2 MB