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Objectives to identify barriers to effective pain management encountered by patients with design secondary analysis of face-to-face, semistructured qualitative as chronic pain was not a life-threatening disease (eg, cancer), healthcare. Barriers to cancer pain management: a review of empirical research ramunė jacobsen, zita effective doctor-patient communication is the cornerstone of.
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This critical literature review describes the findings and critiques the studies that have thus, overcoming barriers to effective cancer pain management in older. The purpose of this study was to examine attitudinal barriers to effective pain management in a consecutively recruited cohort of 114 cancer patients from four . J pain symptom manage 1999 nov18(5):358-68 barriers to effective cancer pain management: a review of the literature pargeon kl(1), hailey bj.