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Pain in community-dwelling people with dementia: a mixed methods study (2020)
Thesis
Bullock, L. (2020). Pain in community-dwelling people with dementia: a mixed methods study. (Thesis). Keele University

Introduction Dementia and pain are common in older adults. Clinical features of dementia such as communication difficulties may complicate the identification, assessment, and management of pain. This thesis therefore aimed to investigate pain ident... Read More about Pain in community-dwelling people with dementia: a mixed methods study.

Opioids for musculoskeletal pain and their associations with reproductive and sexual function in women: an epidemiological study (2019)
Thesis
Richardson, E. (2019). Opioids for musculoskeletal pain and their associations with reproductive and sexual function in women: an epidemiological study. (Thesis). Keele University. Retrieved from https://keele-repository.worktribe.com/output/414417

Background One fifth of primary care attendees report chronic non cancer pain (CNCP) most of which is related to musculoskeletal conditions, 12% of these are prescribed strong opioid analgesics. Evidence suggests long-term opioid use causes hypogona... Read More about Opioids for musculoskeletal pain and their associations with reproductive and sexual function in women: an epidemiological study.