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A meta-ethnography of healthcare professionals' experience of treating adults with chronic non-malignant pain to improve the experience and quality of healthcare

Project title: A meta-ethnography of healthcare professionals' experience of treating adults with chronic non-malignant pain to improve the experience and quality of healthcare

Call to action: 14/198 14/198 HS&DR Researcher-led (Evidence synthesis)

Research type: Evidence Synthesis

Chief investigator: Dr Francine ToyeORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0002-8144-6519

Lead Author: Dr Francine Toye

Contractor: Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust

Cost: £140,981.46

Co-investigators: Professor Karen Barker, Professor Kate Seers.

Started: November 2015 | Status: Published April 2018

This study highlights areas that help us to understand why the experience of health care can be difficult for patients and health-care professionals and, importantly, that health-care professionals can find it challenging not to find a diagnosis.

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