STAMP Study Update
- The STAMP study started enrolling participants in July, 2017.
- Our goal is to include 766 people in the study across three locations – Madison, WI, Boston, MA and Salt Lake City UT.
- The study will conclude in December 2021. Check back for updates and what we have learned about managing chronic lower back pain!
STAMP Study in Action
In The News
How to self-manage chronic pain, the STAMP Study – WISC-TV, October 30, 2018
Tips for Managing Back Pain – UW Health: Health and Wellness Newsletter, January 14, 2019.
Managing Long-Term Low Back Pain to Improve Health and Reduce Reliance on Opioid Medicines: Comparing Mindfulness Meditation and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy – Strategies To Assist with Management of Pain (STAMP) – Patient Centered Outcome Research Institute, July 22, 2019
Presentations and Publications
Tailoring Stakeholder Engagement for Study of Adults with Opioid-Treated Chronic Low Back Pain. Poster presented at the Patient Centered Outcome Research Institute Annual Meeting, September 18 -20, 2019.
Mindfulness Meditation and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Intervention Reduces Pain Severity and Sensitivity in Opioid-Treated Chronic Low Back Pain: Pilot Findings from a Randomized Controlled Trial. Pain Medicine 17 (10), 2016.
National Center for Complementary and Integrated Health, National Institutes of Health
American Chronic Pain Association
Chronic Pain in the News
How The Brain Shapes Pain And Links Ouch With Emotion – National Public Radio, May 20, 2019
Chronic pain is a huge problem nationwide. It’s time for fresh approaches – The Washington Post, Oct. 14, 2019
Mindfulness meditation and cognitive behavioral therapy are useful for reducing chronic pain – National Public Radio, November 11, 2019