Malcolm H Johnson
Affiliation: University of Auckland
Country: New Zealand
- How does distraction work in the management of pain?Malcolm H Johnson
Department of Psychological Medicine, University of Auckland, 3 Ferncroft Street, Auckland 1001, New Zealand
Curr Pain Headache Rep 9:90-5. 2005..There has been little examination of the use of distraction in chronic pain, but some ancillary evidence suggests that it should be used with caution...
- Behaviours and beliefs about pain and treatment among Chinese immigrants and New Zealand EuropeansPing Carolyn Ho
Department of Psychological Medicine, University of Auckland, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland, Private Bag 92019, Auckland 1142, New Zealand
N Z Med J 126:10-22. 2013..To investigate how pain is construed and managed across Western and Chinese cultures...
- Marathon runners' reaction to potassium iontophoretic experimental pain: pain tolerance, pain threshold, coping and self-efficacyM H Johnson
Department of Psychological Medicine, The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Eur J Pain 16:767-74. 2012....
- Telling the truth to Asian patients in the hospital settingJohn A Windsor
Department of General Surgery, Auckland City Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand
N Z Med J 121:92-9. 2008..Given that the most rapid population growth is presently occurring in the Asian community, attention is focussed on culturally sensitive ways of breaking bad news to Asian patients and their families...
- Patients' attitudes to the use of placebos: results from a New Zealand surveyGuo Feng Chen
Department of Psychological Medicine, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland, Private Bag 92019, Auckland, New Zealand
N Z Med J 122:35-46. 2009..To examine how amenable patients are to the use of placebos in clinical practice, their willingness to participate in a placebo-controlled clinical trial (PCT), and to examine patients' beliefs about the placebo effect...
- Patients' perceptions of their pain condition across a multidisciplinary pain management program: do they change and if so does it matter?Rona Moss-Morris
School of Psychology, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton, United Kingdom
Clin J Pain 23:558-64. 2007..The primary aim of this study was to determine whether changes in cognitive processes are related to improved functional outcomes across a multidisciplinary pain management program...