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Christopher P Dwyer, Hannah Durand, Pádraig MacNeela, Bronagh Reynolds, Robert M Hamm, Christopher J Main, Laura L O'Connor, Sinéad Conneely, Darragh Taheny, Brian W Slattery, Ciaran O'Neill, Saoirse NicGabhainn, Andrew W Murphy, Thomas Kropmans, Brian E McGuire
2016
May
BMJ Open
Effectiveness of a biopsychosocial e-learning intervention on the clinical judgements of medical students and GP trainees regarding future risk of disability in patients with chronic lower back pain: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial
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Abstract Introduction Chronic lower back pain (CLBP) is a major healthcare problem with wide ranging effects. It is a priority for appropriate management of CLBP to get individuals back to work as early as possible. Interventions that identify biopsychosocial barriers to recovery have been observed to lead to successfully reduced pain-related work absences and increased return to work for individuals with CLBP. Modern conceptualisations of pain adopt a biopsychosocial approach, such as the flags approach. Biopsychosocial ...
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