Language of Pain: Merging Multiple Voices for Improved Chronic Pain Management

Leigh Anne Hepburn, Ellen Jaatun, George Crooks (Editor), Digital Health & Care Institute (DHI)

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Abstract

Language of Pain is a collaborative research project between The Glasgow School of Art/Digital Health and Care Institute and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. The project adopted a design research approach to explore the experiences of people living with chronic pain and health professionals delivering care through a series of design workshops and interviews. Research methods used included visual mapping; prototyping and storytelling. The aim of this research project is to collaboratively develop insights and user requirements that support the design of an innovative assessment tool to support equal and open dialogue; promote shared ownership and understanding; and attempts to address the imbalance between the health professional and the patient through experiential learning and engagement.
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages2
Place of PublicationGlasgow
Publication statusPublished - 23 Mar 2018

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Pain Management
Chronic Pain
Language
Pain
Research
Problem-Based Learning
Ownership
Health
Art
Research Design
Interviews
Technology
Delivery of Health Care
Education

Keywords

  • chronic pain
  • user requirements
  • pain management tools

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Hepburn, L. A., Jaatun, E., Crooks, G. (Ed.), & Digital Health & Care Institute (DHI) Language of Pain: Merging Multiple Voices for Improved Chronic Pain Management.
Hepburn, Leigh Anne ; Jaatun, Ellen ; Crooks, George (Editor) ; Digital Health & Care Institute (DHI). / Language of Pain : Merging Multiple Voices for Improved Chronic Pain Management. 2 p.
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