Psychometric Evaluation of the Nursing Outcome "Pain: Adverse Psychological Response" in Patients With Chronic Pain.

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Summary of "Psychometric Evaluation of the Nursing Outcome "Pain: Adverse Psychological Response" in Patients With Chronic Pain."

To culturally adapt into Spanish and validate the outcome "Pain: Adverse psychological response" (code 1306) in patients with chronic pain.


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Name: International journal of nursing knowledge
ISSN: 2047-3095


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