PUBLICATIONS - 2015

  1. Chakiath, R., Siddall, P., Kellow, J., Hush, J., Jones, M., Marcuzzi, A., Wrigley, P. (2015). Descending pain modulation in irritable bowel syndrome (IBS): A systematic review and meta-analysis. Systematic Reviews, 4(1), 1-6. [More Information]
  2. Dear, B.F., Gandy, M., Karin, E., Staples, L.G., Fogliati, V., Johnston, L., Wootton, B.M., Terides, M.D., Kayrouz, R., Nicholson Perry, K., Sharpe, L., Nicholas, M.K., Titov, N. (2015). The Pain Course: A Randomised Controlled Trial Examining an Internet-Delivered Pain Management Program when Provided with Different Levels of Clinician Support. Pain, 156:1920-1935. [More Information]
  3. Gopinath, B., Harris, I., Nicholas, M., Casey, P., Blyth, F., Maher, C., Cameron, I. (2015). A comparison of health outcomes in older versus younger adults following a road. PloS One, 4(10). [More Information]
  4. Gopinath B, Harris, I., Nicholas, M., Casey, P., Blyth, F., Maher, C., Cameron, I. (2015) Comparison of health outcomes over 24 months between hospitalized and non-hospitalized persons injured in a road-traffic crash. BMJ Open, 5(9): 1-8. [More Information]
  5. Gopinath, B., Jagnoor, J., Harris, I. A., Nicholas, M., Casey, P., Blyth, F., Maher, C. G. and Cameron, I. D. (2015). Prognostic indicators of social outcomes in persons who sustained an injury in a road traffic crash. Injury-International Journal of the Care of the Injured, 5 (46): 909-917. [More Information]
  6. Gopinath, B., Jagnoor, J., Nicholas, M., Blyth, F., Harris, I.A., Casey, P., Cameron, I.D. (2015). Presence and predictors of persistent pain among persons who sustained an injury in a road traffic crash. European Journal of Pain, 8: 1111-1118. [More Information]
  7. Hafner, J., Lee, G., Joester, J., Lynch, M., Barnes, E., Wrigley, P., Ng, K. (2015). Thermal quantitative sensory testing: A study of 101 control subjects. Journal of Clinical Neuroscience, 22(3), 588-591. [More Information]
  8. Jagnoor, J., De Wolf, A., Nicholas, M.K., Maher, C.G., Casey, P., Blyth, F., Harris, I., and Cameron, I.D. (2015). Restriction in functioning and quality of life is common in people two months after compensable motor vehicle crashes: prospective cohort study. Injury Epidemiology, 2(8): 1-11. [More Information]
  9. Linton, S.J., Nicholas, M., MacDonald, S. (2015). Letter. In response: Re: Gabel et al. Commenting on Linton et al. Development of a Short Form of the Örebro Musculoskeletal Pain Screening Questionnaire. Spine 2015 Aug 1;40(15):E914. [More Information]
  10. Marcuzzi, A., Dean, C., Wrigley, P., Hush, J. (2015). Early changes in somatosensory function in spinal pain: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Pain, 156(2), 203-214. [More Information]
  11. Nicholas, M.K. (2015). Expanding Patients’ Access to Help in Managing Their Chronic Pain. Pain: Clinical Updates Feb (1); 23. [More Information]
  12. Nicholas, M.K., Asghari, A., McGuire B. (2015). A two-item short form of the Pain Self-Efficacy Questionnaire: Development and psychometric evaluation of PSEQ-2. Journal of Pain, 16(2):153-163. [More Information]
  13. Sanders, D., Krause, K., O’Muircheartaigh, J., Thacker, M., Huggins, J., Vennart, W., Massat, N., Choy, E., Williams, S., Howard, M. (2015). Pharmacologic modulation of hand pain in osteoarthritis: A double-blind placebo-controlled functional magnetic resonance imaging study using naproxen. Arthritis & Rheumatology, 67(3), 741-751. [More Information]
  14. Sharpe. L., Nicholas, M.K., Nicholson Perry, K. (2015). A clinician’s quick guide of evidence based approaches: Chronic Pain. Clinical Psychologist, 19(2), 105-106. [More Information]
  15. Treede, R.D., Rief, W., Barke, A., Aziz, Q., Bennett, M.I., Benoliel, R., Cohen, M., Evers, S., Finnerup, N.B., First, M.B., Giamberardino, M.A., Kaasa, S., Kosek, E., Lavand╩╝homme, P., Nicholas, M., Perrot, S., Scholz, J., Schug, S., Smith, B.H., Svensson, P., Vlaeyen, J.W., Wang, S.J. (2015). A classification of chronic pain for ICD-11. Pain, 156: 1003–1007. [More Information]
  16. Wilson-Poe, A. R., Lau, B. K., & Vaughan, C. W. (2015). Repeated morphine treatment alters cannabinoid modulation of GABAergic synaptic transmission within the rat periaqueductal grey. British Journal of Pharmacology, 172(2), 681-690. [More Information]