Researchers from McMaster University are seeking physical therapist participants for an 18-month study on Pain PLUS, a new free information service for evidence-based pain management. The purpose of this study is to compare 2 different methods of sharing pain research evidence, as well as the knowledge and decisions made by 4 different types of professionals—physicians, nurses, rehabilitation professionals, and psychologists—involved in pain management. One method of sharing will be sending e-mail alerts. The other method will be providing Web-based resources. All participants will have access to both services for 9 months each.
For more information on Pain PLUS and how you can participate in this study, contact Margaret Lomotan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 905/525-9140, ext 27328, or visit http://plus.mcmaster.ca/PainPLUS/. APTA is not involved with this study and cannot provide additional information on its requirements.
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