Published on in Vol 7, No 9 (2019): September

From Paper to Digital Applications of the Pain Drawing: Systematic Review of Methodological Milestones

From Paper to Digital Applications of the Pain Drawing: Systematic Review of Methodological Milestones

From Paper to Digital Applications of the Pain Drawing: Systematic Review of Methodological Milestones

Journals

  1. Zahid M, Gallant N, Hadjistavropoulos T, Stroulia E. Behavioral Pain Assessment Implementation in Long-Term Care Using a Tablet App: Case Series and Quasi-Experimental Design. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(4):e17108 View
  2. Beissner F. Therapeutic Sensations: A New Unifying Concept. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2020;2020:1 View
  3. Ali S, Lau W, McBeth J, Dixon W, van der Veer S. Digital manikins to self‐report pain on a smartphone: A systematic review of mobile apps. European Journal of Pain 2021;25(2):327 View
  4. Barbero M, Navarro-Santana M, Palacios-Ceña M, Ortega-Santiago R, Cescon C, Falla D, Fernández-de-las-Peñas C. Clinical Significance and Diagnostic Value of Pain Extent Extracted from Pain Drawings: A Scoping Review. Diagnostics 2020;10(8):604 View
  5. Sehgal N, Gordon D, Hetzel S, Backonja M. Colored Pain Drawing as a Clinical Tool in Differentiating Neuropathic Pain from Non-Neuropathic Pain. Pain Medicine 2021;22(3):596 View
  6. Ellingsen D, Beissner F, Moher Alsady T, Lazaridou A, Paschali M, Berry M, Isaro L, Grahl A, Lee J, Wasan A, Edwards R, Napadow V. A picture is worth a thousand words: linking fibromyalgia pain widespreadness from digital pain drawings with pain catastrophizing and brain cross-network connectivity. Pain 2021;162(5):1352 View
  7. Muracki J. The influence of muscle soreness on the speed of performing a motor reaction speed task in football goalkeepers during a training camp. Central European Journal of Sport Sciences and Medicine 2020;32:27 View