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Cancer Pain
June 2009
Current Awareness Bulletin
This bulletin contains a selection of material gathered from a search of the evidence base,
and is not intended to be comprehensive. Professional judgement should be exercised when
appraising the material. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde libraries take no responsibility for
the wording, content and accuracy of the information supplied, which has been extracted in
good faith from reputable sources. NHSGGC is not responsible for the content of external
internet sites.
Many of the following articles are available online via the NHS Scotland eLibrary. Please use
the links where provided and your ATHENS password. A complete list of available online
journals and registration for ATHENS can be found at http://www.elib.scot.nhs.uk/
If you would like to request print copies of any of the articles please contact your nearest
library or visit the library website for further details.
http://www.nhsggc.org.uk/libraryservices
Please note that the journal articles you are accessing may be protected by copyright
legislation so there may be a limit on the number of articles you can download or print from
any single issue of a journal. If you obtain a copy via your local library's document request
service, you may be required to complete a copyright declaration form. Consult your local
library with any queries, or for further information see the website of the Copyright Licensing
Agency at www.cla.co.uk.
If you have any questions regarding this or any other library services please contact your
librarian.
Compiled by
Compiled by Alison McEwan
Assistant Librarian
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Library Network
The Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre
Library, Education Suite, Level 0
1053 Great Western Road, Glasgow
G12 0YN
0141 301 7283 [email protected]
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Journals received in the Beatson Oncology Centre Library have been scanned for articles. I have also included
some titles held in other libraries in the Division and a few from Medline. Most of the articles can be found full text on
the NHS Scotland e-Library (http://www.elib.scot.nhs.uk); please use links where provided.
1. Al-Atiyyat, N.M.H. Cultural diversity and cancer pain. Journal of Hospice and Palliative
Nursing. 11(3): 154-166, 2009.
2. Apolone, G. Patterns and quality of care of cancer pain management. Results from the
Cancer Pain Outcome Research Study Group. British Journal of Cancer. 100(10): 15661574, May 2009.
3. Benitez-Rosario, M. Morphine-methadone opioid rotation in cancer patients: analysis of
dose ratio predicting factors. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. 37(6): 1061-1068,
June 2009.
4. Bennett, M.I. Cancer pain management at home: do older patients experience less
effective management than younger patients? Supportive Care in Cancer. 17(7): 787-792,
2009.
5. Closs, S.J. Cancer pain management at home: does age influence attitudes towards pain
and analgesia? Supportive Care in Cancer. 17(7): 781-786, 2009.
6. Hakonsen, G.D. Adherence to medication guideline criteria in cancer pain management.
Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. 37(6): 1006-1018, June 2009.
7. Hechler, T. Sex differences in pain intensity in adolescents suffering from cancer:
differences in pain memories? The Journal of Pain. 10(6): 586-593, June 2009.
8. Jacobsen, R. The Danish version of the questionnaire on pain communication: preliminary
validation in cancer patients. Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica. 53(6): 807-815, 2009.
9. Jost, L. Management of cancer pain: ESMO clinical recommendations. Annals of
Oncology. Supplement 4: 70-73, 2009.
10. Kwekkeboom, K.L. Patterns of pain and distress during high-dose-rate intracavity
brachytherapy for cervical cancer. Journal of Supportive Oncology. 7(3): 108-115, May/June
2009.
11. Mair, J. Caring for people with chronic cancer pain. Journal of Community Nursing.
23(5): 10-18, 2009.
12. Mercadante, S. Tools for identifying cancer pain of predominantly neuropathic origin and
opioid responsiveness in cancer patients. The Journal of Pain. 10(6): 594-600, June 2009.
13. Moore, J.C. Celiac plexus neurolysis for pain relief in pancreatic cancer. Journal of
Supportive Oncology. 7(3): 83-87, May/June 2009.
14. Oudard, S. What is the real impact of bone pain on survival in patients with metastatic
hormone-refractory prostate cancer treated with docetaxel? BJU International. 103(12):
1641-1646, June 2009.
15. Vilholm, O.J. Sensory function and pain in a population of patients treated for breast
cancer. Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica. 53(6): 800-806, 2009.
16. Ward, S.E. A randomized trial of a tailored barriers intervention for Cancer Information
Service (CIS) callers in pain. Pain 144(1-2): 49-56, July 2009.
17. Weinstein, S.M. Fentanyl Baccal tablet for the treatment of breakthrough pain in opioidtolerant patients with chronic cancer pain: a long-term, open-label safety study. Cancer.
115(11): 2571-2579, June 2009.
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