2022 - Research.com Best Female Scientist Award
Judith A. Turner spends much of her time researching Chronic pain, Physical therapy, Coping, Randomized controlled trial and Pain catastrophizing. Her work carried out in the field of Chronic pain brings together such families of science as Psychosocial, Psychotherapist, Clinical psychology, Cognitive behavioral therapy and Cognitive therapy. Her study on Pain assessment is often connected to Intensity as part of broader study in Physical therapy.
Her Coping research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Distress and Pain coping. The study incorporates disciplines such as Clinical trial, Vertebral compression fracture and MEDLINE in addition to Randomized controlled trial. Her Pain catastrophizing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Rehabilitation, Paraplegia, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Pain severity and Anxiety.
Her primary areas of investigation include Physical therapy, Chronic pain, Pain catastrophizing, Randomized controlled trial and Back pain. Her research in Physical therapy tackles topics such as Low back pain which are related to areas like Back injury. Her Chronic pain research incorporates elements of Cognitive therapy, Cognition, Depression and Coping, Clinical psychology.
Her Pain catastrophizing study combines topics in areas such as Physical disability and Spinal cord injury. She regularly links together related areas like Clinical trial in her Randomized controlled trial studies. Her Back pain research incorporates themes from Psychological intervention, Odds ratio, Cohort study, Lumbar and Cohort.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Physical therapy, Chronic pain, Back pain, Randomized controlled trial and Low back pain. Judith A. Turner combines subjects such as MEDLINE, Confidence interval, Chronic low back pain, Prospective cohort study and Cohort with her study of Physical therapy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Massage, Anesthesia, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Internal medicine and Medical prescription in addition to Chronic pain.
Her Back pain research incorporates elements of Psychological intervention, Lumbar, Epidemiology and Cohort study. Her Randomized controlled trial study is concerned with the larger field of Surgery. The concepts of her Cognitive behavioral therapy study are interwoven with issues in Psychosocial, Mindfulness, Mindfulness-based stress reduction and Cognitive therapy.
Her main research concerns Chronic pain, Physical therapy, Anesthesia, Low back pain and Randomized controlled trial. Her Chronic pain research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Drug, Clinical psychology and Confidence interval. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Massage, MEDLINE, Psychosocial, Acupuncture and Back pain.
She has researched Anesthesia in several fields, including Longitudinal study, Internal medicine, Discontinuation, Dosing and Medical prescription. Judith A. Turner has included themes like Psychological intervention, Psychological distress, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Public health in her Low back pain study. She focuses mostly in the field of Mindfulness-based stress reduction, narrowing it down to matters related to Cognitive therapy and, in some cases, Pain catastrophizing.
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What low back pain is and why we need to pay attention
Jan Hartvigsen;Mark J Hancock;Alice Kongsted;Quinette Louw.
The Lancet (2018)
Expenditures and Health Status Among Adults With Back and Neck Problems
Brook I. Martin;Richard A. Deyo;Sohail K. Mirza;Judith A. Turner.
A randomized trial of vertebroplasty for osteoporotic spinal fractures
David F. Kallmes;Bryan A. Comstock;Patrick J. Heagerty;Judith A. Turner.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2009)
Comparative reliability and validity of chronic pain intensity measures.
Mark P Jensen;Judith A Turner;Judith A Turner;Joan M Romano;Joan M Romano;Lloyd D Fisher.
Prevention and treatment of low back pain: evidence, challenges, and promising directions.
Nadine E Foster;Johannes R Anema;Dan Cherkin;Roger Chou.
The Lancet (2018)
The importance of placebo effects in pain treatment and research.
Judith A. Turner;Richard A. Deyo;John D. Loeser;Michael Von Korff.
Chronic Pain and Depression: Does the Evidence Support a Relationship?.
Joan M. Romano;Judith A. Turner.
Psychological Bulletin (1985)
Surgery for lumbar spinal stenosis. Attempted meta-analysis of the literature.
Judith A. Turner;Mary Ersek;Larry Herron;Richard Deyo.
Overtreating Chronic Back Pain: Time to Back Off?
Richard A. Deyo;Sohail K. Mirza;Judith A. Turner;Brook I. Martin.
Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine (2009)
What is the maximum number of levels needed in pain intensity measurement
Mark P. Jensen;Judith A. Turner;Joan M. Romano.
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