Affiliation: University of Texas at El Paso
- "I'm just not that sick": pain medication and identity in Mexican American women with chronic painDiane B Monsivais
University of Texas at El Paso School of Nursing, El Paso, Texas 79968, USA
J Holist Nurs 30:188-94. 2012..The findings are drawn from a larger qualitative study of 15 women describing the expression and communication of chronic pain symptoms, pain-related cultural beliefs, decision making, and treatment preferences of chronic pain...
- Self-organization in chronic pain: a concept analysisDiane Monsivais
University of Texas School of Nursing, Houston, 77030, USA
Rehabil Nurs 30:147-51. 2005..Rehabilitation nurses play a key role in providing credible resources and working with the patient to take action and responsibility...
- Multicultural influences on pain medication attitudes and beliefs in patients with nonmalignant chronic pain syndromesDiane Monsivais
The University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston, Houston, TX, USA
Pain Manag Nurs 8:64-71. 2007..Research also showed that if patients perceived the benefits of taking the pain medication to be high, they were willing to risk the side effects...
- Promoting culturally competent chronic pain management using the clinically relevant continuum modelDiane B Monsivais
School of Nursing, The University of Texas at El Paso, 1101 North Campbell Street, El Paso, TX 79902, USA
Nurs Clin North Am 46:163-9, v. 2011....
- Cultural cues: review of qualitative evidence of patient-centered care in patients with nonmalignant chronic painDiane B Monsivais
University of Texas at El Paso School of Nursing, El Paso, TX, USA
Rehabil Nurs 36:166-71. 2011..Qualitative findings showed that the beliefs, values, and behaviors of patients with nonmalignant chronic pain exhibited during their interactions with the healthcare system created a set of "cultural cues" for providers...
- Supporting faculty proposal development and publicationRobert L Anders
School of Nursing, Hispanic Health Disparities Research Center, University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas 79902, USA
Nurse Educ 31:235-7. 2006..The authors discuss a successful proposal development program that includes mentoring by more senior faculty and structured sessions with a medical writer and editor...