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Do Patients' Beliefs Act as Barriers to Effective Pain Management Behaviors and Outcomes in Patients With Cancer-Related or Noncancer-Related Pain?

Ree Dawson
Deborah E. Sellers
Judith A. Spross
Erica S. Jablonski
Doris R. Hoyer
Mildred Z. Solomon
ONF 2005, 32(2), 363-374 DOI: 10.1188/05.ONF.363-374

Purpose/Objectives: To understand the role of patients' beliefs in pain management in a cancer population treated in a primary care setting.

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