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Patterns of User Engagement With the Mobile App, Manage My Pain: Results of a Data Mining Investigation

Patterns of User Engagement With the Mobile App, Manage My Pain: Results of a Data Mining Investigation

Manage My Pain [12], developed by Managing Life, helps people living with pain to track their pain and functioning daily basis using an Android mobile phone app.

Quazi Abidur Rahman, Tahir Janmohamed, Meysam Pirbaglou, Paul Ritvo, Jane M Heffernan, Hance Clarke, Joel Katz

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2017;5(7):e96


Movement-Evoked Pain Versus Pain at Rest in Postsurgical Clinical Trials and Meta-Analyses: Protocol for a Follow-Up Systematic Review

Movement-Evoked Pain Versus Pain at Rest in Postsurgical Clinical Trials and Meta-Analyses: Protocol for a Follow-Up Systematic Review

Postoperative pain is one of the most prevalent and disabling complications of surgery that is associated with personal suffering, delayed functional recovery, prolonged hospital stay, perioperative complications, and chronic postsurgical pain [1].

Daenis Camiré, Jason Erb, Henrik Kehlet, Timothy Brennan, Ian Gilron

JMIR Res Protoc 2020;9(1):e15309


From Paper to Digital Applications of the Pain Drawing: Systematic Review of Methodological Milestones

From Paper to Digital Applications of the Pain Drawing: Systematic Review of Methodological Milestones

A more objective tool for capturing pain location and even quality, amongst other aspects of the subjective pain experience, is a pain drawing (PD).

Nour Shaballout, Till-Ansgar Neubert, Shellie Boudreau, Florian Beissner

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(9):e14569


Toward Gamified Pain Management Apps: Mobile Application Rating Scale–Based Quality Assessment of Pain-Mentor’s First Prototype Through an Expert Study

Toward Gamified Pain Management Apps: Mobile Application Rating Scale–Based Quality Assessment of Pain-Mentor’s First Prototype Through an Expert Study

Some apps also allow the user to track other pain-related aspects such as pain location, medication, and pain source (eg, Pain Squat [18]). However, only a small number of apps also allow the assessment of emotional and cognitive aspects.

Alexandra Hoffmann, Corinna A Faust-Christmann, Gregor Zolynski, Gabriele Bleser

JMIR Form Res 2020;4(5):e13170