Published on in Vol 15 (2023)

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/41292, first published .
Enhancing Exposure Treatment for Youths With Chronic Pain: Co-design and Qualitative Approach

Enhancing Exposure Treatment for Youths With Chronic Pain: Co-design and Qualitative Approach

Enhancing Exposure Treatment for Youths With Chronic Pain: Co-design and Qualitative Approach

Journals

  1. Pelly M, Fatehi F, Liew D, Verdejo-Garcia A. Digital Health Secondary Prevention Using Co-Design Procedures: Focus Group Study With Health Care Providers and Patients With Myocardial Infarction. JMIR Cardio 2023;7:e49892 View
  2. Simons L, Harrison L, Boothroyd D, Parvathinathan G, Van Orden A, O'Brien S, Schofield D, Kraindler J, Shrestha R, Vlaeyen J, Wicksell R. A randomized controlled trial of graded exposure treatment (GET living) for adolescents with chronic pain. Pain 2024;165(1):177 View
  3. Joslin R, Donovan-Hall M, Roberts L. Meaningful Clinical Outcomes for Young People and Parents When Treated for Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain in the UK: Q Set Development. The Journal of Pain 2024 View
  4. Berg M, Schemer L, Kirchner L, Scholten S. Mind the gap – Ideas for making clinical research more relevant for practitioners and patients. Clinical Psychology in Europe 2024;6(1) View