Matthew J. Bair mostly deals with Chronic pain, Physical therapy, Depression, Randomized controlled trial and Brief Pain Inventory. His Chronic pain research incorporates themes from Internal medicine, Veterans Affairs, Clinical psychology and Pain assessment. He has included themes like Severity of illness, Primary care, Pain ladder and Low back pain in his Physical therapy study.
The Depression study combines topics in areas such as Pain catastrophizing, Anxiety, Cohort study and Comorbidity. His Randomized controlled trial research includes themes of Back pain and Knee pain. His work in Brief Pain Inventory tackles topics such as Analgesic which are related to areas like Patient satisfaction, Collaborative Care and Number needed to treat.
His primary areas of investigation include Chronic pain, Physical therapy, Randomized controlled trial, Depression and Psychiatry. A large part of his Chronic pain studies is devoted to Pain catastrophizing. His Physical therapy research includes elements of Back pain, Comorbidity, Clinical trial and Anxiety.
His studies in Randomized controlled trial integrate themes in fields like Osteoarthritis, Insomnia, Psychometrics and Collaborative Care. His Depression study incorporates themes from Knee pain, Prospective cohort study, Quality of life and Quality of life. In the subject of general Psychiatry, his work in Mental health and Addiction is often linked to Suicidal ideation, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
Matthew J. Bair mainly focuses on Chronic pain, Physical therapy, Randomized controlled trial, Brief Pain Inventory and Anxiety. His study in Chronic pain is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Psychological intervention, Quality of life, Intervention, Back pain and Comorbidity. Matthew J. Bair combines subjects such as Analgesic, Internal medicine and Primary care with his study of Back pain.
Matthew J. Bair specializes in Physical therapy, namely Pain catastrophizing. His Randomized controlled trial research incorporates elements of Insomnia, Arthroplasty and Family medicine. His Anxiety study combines topics in areas such as Mood, Interquartile range, Cohort and Hazard ratio.
Matthew J. Bair focuses on Chronic pain, Physical therapy, Randomized controlled trial, Brief Pain Inventory and Anxiety. The various areas that Matthew J. Bair examines in his Chronic pain study include Nursing, Collaborative Care and Veterans Affairs. His Physical therapy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Depression and Comorbidity.
Matthew J. Bair works mostly in the field of Depression, limiting it down to topics relating to Health information technology and, in certain cases, Psychiatry, as a part of the same area of interest. Matthew J. Bair has researched Randomized controlled trial in several fields, including Osteoarthritis, Insomnia and Clinical trial. Matthew J. Bair focuses mostly in the field of Brief Pain Inventory, narrowing it down to matters related to Back pain and, in some cases, Analgesic, Opioid analgesics, Analgesics.non-narcotic and Anesthesia.
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Depression and pain comorbidity: a literature review.
Matthew J. Bair;Rebecca L. Robinson;Wayne Katon;Kurt Kroenke.
JAMA Internal Medicine (2003)
Association between opioid prescribing patterns and opioid overdose-related deaths.
Amy S. B. Bohnert;Marcia Valenstein;Marcia Valenstein;Matthew J. Bair;Matthew J. Bair;Dara Ganoczy;Dara Ganoczy.
Effect of Opioid vs Nonopioid Medications on Pain-Related Function in Patients With Chronic Back Pain or Hip or Knee Osteoarthritis Pain: The SPACE Randomized Clinical Trial
Erin E. Krebs;Erin E. Krebs;Amy Gravely;Sean Nugent;Agnes C. Jensen.
Association of Depression and Anxiety Alone and in Combination with Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain in Primary Care Patients
Matthew J. Bair;Jingwei Wu;Teresa M. Damush;Jason M. Sutherland.
Psychosomatic Medicine (2008)
Reciprocal Relationship between Pain and Depression: A 12-Month Longitudinal Analysis in Primary Care
Kurt Kroenke;Kurt Kroenke;Jingwei Wu;Matthew J. Bair;Matthew J. Bair;Erin E. Krebs;Erin E. Krebs.
The Journal of Pain (2011)
Optimized antidepressant therapy and pain self-management in primary care patients with depression and musculoskeletal pain: a randomized controlled trial.
Kurt Kroenke;Matthew J. Bair;Teresa M. Damush;Jingwei Wu.
Impact of pain on depression treatment response in primary care.
Matthew J. Bair;Rebecca L. Robinson;George J. Eckert;Paul E. Stang.
Psychosomatic Medicine (2004)
Development and Initial Validation of the PEG, a Three-item Scale Assessing Pain Intensity and Interference
Erin E. Krebs;Karl A. Lorenz;Karl A. Lorenz;Matthew J. Bair;Matthew J. Bair;Matthew J. Bair;Teresa M. Damush;Teresa M. Damush;Teresa M. Damush.
Journal of General Internal Medicine (2009)
Pharmacotherapy of chronic pain: a synthesis of recommendations from systematic reviews
Kurt Kroenke;Erin E. Krebs;Erin E. Krebs;Erin E. Krebs;Matthew J. Bair;Matthew J. Bair;Matthew J. Bair.
General Hospital Psychiatry (2009)
The Patient–Provider Relationship in Chronic Pain Care: Providers' Perspectives
Marianne S. Matthias;Amy L. Parpart;Kathryn A. Nyland;Monica A. Huffman.
Pain Medicine (2010)
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