Behavioral Factors Influencing the Transition From Acute to Chronic Pain



Primary Competency

Public Health Sciences Skills


Learning Objectives

  1. Describe factors which best predict pain/medical treatment failure
  2. Describe factors which are associated with a transition from acute to the development of chronic pain
  3. Describe factors associated with diffuse and chronic health complaints which minimally respond to medical treatment (somatization)
  4. Describe factors which may be associated with or predict opioid misuse
Length of Learning Opportunity
40 minutes
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