Dr. Claudia Campbell, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Johns Hopkins University. She has a broad and integrated line of research investigating the mechanisms underpinning individual differences, psychosocial and behavioral factors influence on pain sensitivity
and clinical pain. Dr. Campbell directs the Psychophysical Pain Testing Program at Johns Hopkins University. Her current studies focus on modifiable risk factors leading to pain chronification. Her interests include how psychosocial/behavioral factors, that are common among people suffering from chronic pain (e.g., depression, catastrophizing and sleep disturbance), influence pain-related outcomes and how these factors confer heightened risk for the development and maintenance of persistent pain
September 22nd, 2020 | Season 3 | 37 mins 2 secs
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Whether you have rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis or some other chronic pain condition, your experience of pain is deeply personal and shaped by various biological, emotional, and psychological factors. Learn how to build personal pain plan by identifying the different factors that affect you the most, including how your attitude impacts your ability to effectively manage pain.
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