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The clinical psychologist in the pain center


, : The clinical psychologist in the pain center. Gedrag & Gezondheid 17(3): 136-140

The contribution of the clinical psychologist to the occupations of the Pain Center (Academic Hopital Maastricht) is evaluated. It shows it is the chronic benign pain patient who is referred to the psychologist. The personality characteristics we came across are the same as those mentioned in literature. After the psychological investigation the medical consumption decreases with approximately 40%. About two-thirds of the patients and also two-thirds of the general practitioners are satisfied with the psychological advice. Of the medical specialists 85% is satisfied with the advice.

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