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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    Jean E. Jackson
  • ISBN:
    0812235266
  • ISBN13:
    978-0812235265
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  • Publisher:
    Univ of Pennsylvania Pr; 1 edition (November 1, 1999)
  • Pages:
    281 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Medicine & Health Sciences
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Home Browse Books Book details, Camp Pain: Talking with Chronic Pain Patients. Based on fieldwork in a pain treatment center, "Camp Pain" focuses on patients' perspectives-on their experiences of pain and what these experiences mean to them.

Home Browse Books Book details, Camp Pain: Talking with Chronic Pain Patients. Camp Pain: Talking with Chronic Pain Patients. All of us here are rather desperate people. a Commonwealth Pain Center (CPC) patient. Teresa, a sculptor and body building instructor, had begun having severe back pain after a motorcycle accident fourteen years previously.

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Chronic pelvic pain in women is a key site through which explorations of the meanings of female gender and pain might further insights into the broader question of the embodied experience of women in relation to pain

Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2000. ix. 281 p. appendix, notes, bibliography, index. Chronic pelvic pain in women is a key site through which explorations of the meanings of female gender and pain might further insights into the broader question of the embodied experience of women in relation to pain. A biocultural approach is used to present an analysis of interviews with 40 New Zealand women in which they reflect on 'how come' they have chronic pelvic pain.

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Based on a year’’s fieldwork in a pain treatment centre, this book focuses on patients’’ perspectives - on their experiences of pain, what these experiences mean to them, and how this meaning is socially constructed. org to approved e-mail addresses. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.

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Jackson, Jean E. Bibliographic Citation. University Park: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2000. The Marginalization of Chronic Pain Patients on Chronic Opioid Therapy . Peppin, John F. (2009-05). Related Items in Google Scholar. "Camp Pain". Talking with Chronic Pain Patients. University of pennsylvania press.

an important addition to the libraries of both generalists and specialists. -Robert P. Trombley, PhD, Advanced Health Psychology, Anchorage, AL.

Based on a year''s fieldwork in a pain treatment centre, this book focuses on patients'' perspectives - on their experiences of pain, what these experiences mean to them, and how this meaning is socially constructed.'

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I have been a chronic pain patient for 20 years, and it was with that background that I ordered and tried to read this book. Through that 20 years, I have had more years of poor management than not. In its first few chapters, Camp Pain brought back all the frustration and disbelief I, like many others, have suffered at the hands of physicians determined to deny my pain and that of others. I was not able to go beyond the first few chapters, except to skim. I cannot recommend this book. It is a picture of the horror of pain management clinics who will do anything and everything they can to avoid medication, and to treat chronic pain patients as drug-seeking addicts. There is a minority of those in our ranks. Most wish only relief from pain and are willing to comply with regimens and limitations. The people running that program evidently don't believe it. I ultimately discarded the book--one of a tiny minority I've ever done that with.
Kit
This book covers a part of what chronic pain can do to the pain patient as well as those who love them. I am a chronic pain patient for 30 years now. We have so many more issues and problems than were discussed. I had hoped there would be more dealing with help for pain patients also.