Last updated on January 2019

Pain Screening in Refugee Survivors of Torture

Brief description of study

The investigators are evaluating refugee torture survivors who are receiving services at the Weill Cornell Center for Human Rights. There are two research questions in this study: if the current standard of care results in the under or missed diagnosis of pain and pain syndromes, and if a validated pain screening tool can supplement the current standard protocol used in the assessments of survivors of torture.

Detailed Study Description

The research plan consists of three components:

  1. The Weill Cornell Center for Human Rights will coordinate with the research team regarding eligible subjects.
  2. Researchers will contact potential subjects utilizing interpreter services.
  3. Interested participants will be scheduled for an appointment for an examination by a pain physician and randomized to complete the Brief Pain Inventory Questionnaire or no questionnaire.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03018782

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Weill Cornell Medicine

New York, NY United States
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Recruitment Status: Open

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