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Mixed-method approach to veteran satisfaction with pain education

Erin C. Watson, MA, et al.

The current study is the first known investigation to examine patients’ opinion and satisfaction of an empirically supported health education program catered to veterans who experience noncancer pain. “Pain Education School” combines educational, selfmanagement, and technological tools to enhance patients’ knowledge about treatment options and uses of medication and to ensure active collaboration in their healthcare needs. Satisfaction and opinion of the current program is invaluable in helping providers improve the existing program for current and future participants who share the same or similar condition and for the providers aiding in the facilitation of the program.

Volume 51 Number 3, 2014
   Pages 503 — 514

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This article and any supplementary material should be cited as follows:
Watson EC, Cosio D, Lin EH. Mixed-method approach to veteran satisfaction with pain education. J Rehabil Res Dev. 2014;51(3):503–14.
ResearcherID/ORCID: David Cosio, PhD: E-4361-2014

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