This session will deal with research on chronic pain patient [cpp] anger, violence ideation, predictors of violence ideation,scenarios leading to potential violence, predictors for potential violent behavior and violence prevention techniques.
Current Research Evidence on Anger/Violence Ideation/Scenarios for Violence Ideation in Chronic Pain Patients
David A. Fishbain, MD
Violence Prevention Techniques for Chronic Pain Patients
W. Michael Hooten, MD
- Assess the current status of chronic pain patient violence research.
- Describe some violence prevention techniques which can be applied to the chronic pain patient-pain clinician interaction.
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