In the Stacks – Research on Pain and Disability

In Part 1 of our Pain Awareness Month blog post, we looked at some of the ready-to-use resources from projects in the NIDILRR community that have looked at pain as a disability and as a secondary condition to physical and psychiatric disabilities. Here we take a deeper look at articles, books, and reports from the NARIC collection, published by NIDILRR grantees as well as other sources.

Pain as a secondary condition

Pain management

Pain and specific therapies

A few more

Pain and community participation (general) – all including international research

Pain and community participation (general) – NIDILRR grantee research

The cost of pain (expenditures, payments) – all including international research

Pain and children/youth with disabilities – all including international research

These are just a few examples of how you can use our advanced search page to explore REHABDATA and the wealth of research publications available from the NARIC collection. Contact an information specialist so we can be of any assistance in your search!

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One Response to In the Stacks – Research on Pain and Disability

  1. Pingback: Pain May Be a Fact of Life, but There Is Help and Hope for Relief | Collection Spotlight from the National Rehabilitation Information Center

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