NEW. Volunteers needed for pain research

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    Jan Sadler

    Josh Moran is a PhD student at the National University of Ireland, Galway who researches the role that injustice plays in adjusting to chronic pain.

    Josh says,

    “Participants are needed for student research: We are looking for participants for a study looking at the injustice experience of living with pain.

    In previous work, we found that injustice plays a role in adjusting to pain. We also found that injustice can come from multiple sources and needs multiple solutions. For example, we found negative responses from others can lead to injustice, and the best way to deal with this may be a public awareness campaign about pain which I am currently working towards and would appreciate any advice on.

    Another area we were told about was personal feelings of injustice and the difficulties they can cause. It was suggested in previous focus groups by those with chronic pain that injustice interventions may help with personal injustice.

    The current study aims to understand what factors may relate to feelings of injustice in order to develop interventions for injustice for those who feel they could benefit. Thanks for your time.”


    Jan Sadler

    Many thanks to everyone who has already signed up for the research project.

    Josh Moran would be most grateful to hear from anyone else who might be interested.

    Find out more here:

    Many thanks
    Jan at PainSupport

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