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Only Australian Pain Society (APS) members may advertise surveys on the APS website and in our newsletter.
To be advertised, a survey must meet the following criteria:
To request your survey be made available to the members of the APS please contact us.
Surveys associated with pain and pain research.
University of Adelaide - Understanding effect fear of pain and coping strategies have on chronic pain patients' well being
Macquarie University - Patients' perspectives of primary care treatment for low back pain
Australian Pain Society - Waiting in Pain 2: an update
To assist with preparation, please download PDF of electronic survey questions
Results of surveys associated with pain and pain research.
|ImPaCCT Cancer Pain Survey Results Summary||View|
|ACI Chronic Pain and Physiotherapy Survey Results||View|
|ACI Chronic Pain and Practice Nurses Survey Results||View|
|ACI Chronic Pain and Psychology Survey Results||View|
|La Trobe University Student Investigator: Survey Results Summary
Pet's Effectiveness in Managing Pain and Improving Wellbeing in Adult Community Members