Psychological, behavioral, and family characteristics of pediatric patients with chronic pain: a 1-year retrospective study and cluster analysis

Title

Psychological, behavioral, and family characteristics of pediatric patients with chronic pain: a 1-year retrospective study and cluster analysis

Creator

Scharff L; Langan N; Rotter N; Scott-Sutherland J; Schenck C; Tayor N; McDonald-Nolan L; Masek B

Publisher

The Clinical Journal Of Pain

Date

2005

Subject

PedPal Lit; Adolescent Child Chronic Disease Cluster Analysis Comorbidity; another with relatively low scores on distress and disability; as well as demographic and pain characteristic information. A cluster analysis was conducted to identify 3 distinct subgroups of patients to replicate similar studies of adult chronic pain sufferers. RESULTS: Overall; Diagnosis; epidemiology/psychology Pain/classification/; epidemiology/psychology Prevalence Retrospective Studies Risk Assessment/; Family Relations Female Humans Male Massachusetts/epidemiology Mental Disorders/; mean scores were within population norms on measures of distress and family functioning; with somatic symptoms at a level of clinical significance. The cluster analysis identified the 3 subgroups that were strikingly similar to those identified in adult chronic pain populations: one with high levels of distress and disability

Description

2005

Rights

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Type

Journal Article

Citation List Month

Backlog

Pages

432-8

Issue

5

Volume

21

Citation

Scharff L; Langan N; Rotter N; Scott-Sutherland J; Schenck C; Tayor N; McDonald-Nolan L; Masek B, “Psychological, behavioral, and family characteristics of pediatric patients with chronic pain: a 1-year retrospective study and cluster analysis,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed August 4, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/13518.

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