Behavior Change Following Pain Neuroscience Education in Middle Schools: A Public Health Trial.
Int J Environ Res Public Health
Chronic pain and the opioid epidemic need early, upstream interventions to aim at meaningful downstream behavioral changes. A recent pain neuroscience education (PNE) program was developed and tested for middle-school students to increase pain knowledge and promote healthier beliefs regarding pain. In this study, 668 seventh-grade middle-school students either received a PNE lecture (
Child, Chronic Pain, Curriculum, Female, Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice, Humans, Male, Neurosciences, Pain Management, Public Health, Schools
Physical Therapy | Physiotherapy
MeSH Headings (Medical Subject Headings)
Child; Chronic Pain; Curriculum; Female; Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice; Humans; Male; Neurosciences; Pain Management; Public Health; Schools
Louw, Adriaan; Landrus, Regina; Podolak, Jessie; Benz, Patricia; DeLorenzo, Jen; Davis, Christine; Rogers, Alison; Cooper, Kathy; Louw, Colleen; Zimney, Kory; Puentedura, Emilio J; and Landers, Merrill R, "Behavior Change Following Pain Neuroscience Education in Middle Schools: A Public Health Trial." (2020). Faculty Publications. 23.