PUBLICATIONS - 2012

  1. Cardosa, M., Osman, Z., Nicholas, M., Tonkin, L., Williams, A., Aziz, K., Ali, R., Dahari, N. (2012). Self-management of chronic pain in Malaysian patients: effectiveness trial with 1-year follow-up. Translational Behavioral Medicine, 2(1), 30-37. [More infromation]
  2. Devonshire, E., Henderson, S. (2012). Reducing the distance: providing challenging and engaging online postgraduate education in pain management. British Journal of Pain, 6(2), 70-78. [More infromation]
  3. Dominick, C., Blyth, F., Nicholas, M. (2012). Unpacking the burden: Understanding the relationships between chronic pain and comorbidity in the general population. Pain, 153(2), 293-304. [More infromation]
  4. Jeong, H. J., Mitchell, V. A., & Vaughan, C. W. (2012). Role of 5-HT(1) receptor subtypes in the modulation of pain and synaptic transmission in rat spinal superficial dorsal horn. British Journal of Pharmacology, 165(6), 1956-1965. [More infromation]
  5. Macedo, L., Latimer, J., Maher, C., Hodges, P., McAuley, J., Nicholas, M., Tonkin, L., Stanton, C., Stanton, T., Stafford, R. (2012). Effect of motor control exercises versus graded activity in patients with chronic nonspecific low back pain: a randomized controlled trial. Physical Therapy, 92(3), 363-377. [More infromation]
  6. Nicholas, M., Asghari, A., Corbett, M., Smeets, R., Wood, B., Overton, S., Perry, C., Tonkin, L., Beeston, L. (2012). Is adherence to pain self-management strategies associated with improved pain, depression and disability in those with disabling chronic pain? European Journal of Pain, 16(1), 93-104. [More infromation]
  7. Sharpe, L., Gittins, C., Correia, H., Meade (nee Covic), T., Nicholas, M., Raue, P., McDonald, S., Arean, P. (2012). Problem-solving versus cognitive restructuring of medically ill seniors with depression (PROMISE-D trial): Study protocol and design. BMC Psychiatry, 12(1), 1-9. [More infromation]
  8. Sharpe, L., Ianiello, M., Dear, B., Perry, K., Refshauge, K., Nicholas, M. (2012). Is there a potential role for attention bias modification in pain patients? Results of 2 randomised, controlled trials. Pain, 153(3), 722-731. [More infromation]
  9. Shaw, W., Tveito, T., Geehern-Lavoie, M., Huang, Y., Nicholas, M., Reme, S., Wagner, G., Pransky, G. (2012). Adapting principles of chronic pain self-management to the workplace. Disability and Rehabilitation, 34(8), 694-703. [More infromation]