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Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) and Chronic Pain Research Study Tracker

The Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) and Chronic Pain Research Study Trials Tracker was designed to bring together details of any CRPS and chronic pain trials currently recruiting in the UK. This will enable you to find RCT clinical trials and research studies that you might be eligible to take part, both local to you or further afield.

If you have any questions about taking part in research studies or clinical trials, you can contact us or get in touch with the clinical trial or research study team directly (contact details are included in the opportunity's listing).

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Trial Reference Number
1006
Trial Status
Open
Category
Adult Participants, Chronic Pain, CRPS, Lower Limb CRPS, Online, Psychology, Relationships, Upper Limb CRPS, Young People
Examining the role of parental responses on the coping strategies used by children with Chronic Pain

Study examining the relationship between parental responses, pain catastrophizing and the coping strategies used by the child with chronic pain, the findings of which will add to the limited literature on childhood chronic pain coping from the perspectives of both parents and children. This study will aim to gather a general overview of the different responses used by parents/carers in the UK in their child’s pain management.

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Trial Reference Number
1025
Trial Status
Open
Category
Adult Participants, Chronic Pain, CRPS, Online, Psychology, Relationships
The Association of Pain, Sleep, and Occupational Engagement on Quality of Life in People Diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

We want to understand what it is like to live with CRPS. This study will look specifically at how sleep, pain, and doing the activities that are important to a person can impact living with CRPS. There is not much research on sleep in CRPS. We think sleep, pain, and activity levels might work together to make things better or worse. If we can show the importance of sleep to understand the overall life experience of people with CRPS, doctors and therapists may ask about sleep more. It may also help us to develop new ways of improving sleep in people with CRPS.

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Trial Reference Number
1020
Trial Status
Open
Category
Accessibility, Adult Participants, Chronic Pain, CRPS, Online, Psychology, Relationships
The Living with a Long-Term Condition (LTC) Study

The Living with a Long-Term Condition Study is testing a new questionnaire designed to integrate mental and physical health for people with chronic illnesses, such as CRPS. The study hopes to improve how the emotional well-being is measured, which will allow for tailored treatments to be made and improve support for people living with long-term conditions. Recruiting adults in the UK with a diagnosis of any physical long-term health condition, including CRPS.

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