Editorial. Editor's notes for May
Editorial. The nature and purpose of pain management
Editorial. Of pain, nursing and professional leadership: some personal reflections
Pain management following discharge after ambulatory same-day surgery
Watt-Watson, Judy; Chung, Frances; Chan, Vincent W. S.; McGillion, Michael
Quality of care in postoperative pain management: what is realistic in clinical practice?
Chronic pain in elderly nursing home residents: the need for nursing leadership
Higgins, Isabel; Madjar, Irena; Walton, Jo Ann
A systematic review of psychoeducational intervention trials for the management of chronic stable angina
McGillion, M.; Watt-Watson, J.; Kim, J.; Yamada, J.
Evidence-based postoperative pain management in nursing: is a randomized-controlled trial the most appropriate design?
Seers, K.; Crichton, N.; Carroll, D.; Richards, S.; Saunders, T.
Introduction of a pain and symptom assessment tool in the clinical setting – lessons learned
Bourbonnais, Frances Fothergill; Perreault, Annie; Bouvette, Maryse
Acute back pain management in primary care: a qualitative pilot study of the feasibility of a nurse-led service in general practice
Breen, Alan; Carr, Eloise; Mann, Eileen; Crossen-White, Holly
Pain narratives and narrative practitioners: a way of working ’in-relation’ with children experiencing pain
Leadership: a new perspective
Caring for People in Pain
Pain: The Science of Suffering