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Abstract

A feasibility study of a combined nurse/ pharmacist-led chronic pain clinic in primary care

Chronic pain is common and management hampered by lack of resources in primary and secondary care. Nurse- or pharmacist-led clinics have been shown to lead to improvements in care for patients with chronic pain. This study showed that a combined nurse/pharmacist-led clinic for managing chronic pain in primary care can lead to improvements in management of pain, reduction in use of secondary care resources and high rates of satisfaction.


Author(s):

Michelle Briggs, S Jose? Closs, Kath Marczewski, Joanne Barratt



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