B3598 - Psychosocial mechanisms of persistent pain Expression of Interest - 28/08/2020

B number: 
Principal applicant name: 
Edmund Keogh | University of Bath (United Kingdom)
Rachael Gooderman-Hill, Christopher Eccleston
Title of project: 
Psychosocial mechanisms of persistent pain: Expression of Interest
Proposal summary: 

The remit of the Advanced Pain Discovery Platform funding call is to better understand the mechanisms associated with pain. Our Expression of Interest is focused on psychosocial mechanisms of pain, and as part of this we wish to see how these impact on individuals across the lifespan. We wish to explore potential psychosocial correlates of pain, and build on work already conducted by members of our consortium on pain. Details of this project will be updated in due course.

Impact of research: 
To better understand the way in which psychosocial factors impact on the development of pain
Date proposal received: 
Monday, 17 August, 2020
Date proposal approved: 
Tuesday, 18 August, 2020
Social Science, Pain, Statistical methods, Ageing, Cognition - cognitive function, Social science