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Publications of month

Each month, the QPRN highlights the scientific publications of its members. You can find the list of these publications below, along with the necessary links for their consultation.

Find the monthly publications of RQRD members by selecting the different months of the year.

JANuary 2021

  • Louis David Beaulieu, Timothy Wideman, Hugo Massé-Alarie et al.Within-session test-retest reliability of pressure pain threshold and mechanical temporal summation in healthy subjects. PloS One. Détails ICI / Details HERE
  • Raoul Daoust, Gilles Lavigne et al..Opioid and non-opioid pain relief after an emergency department acute pain visit. Can J Emerg Med. Détails ICI / Details HERE
  • Gilles Lavigne, Marc Martel et al. Multitargeting the sleep-pain interaction with pharmacological approaches: a narrative review with suggestions on new avenues of investigation. Sleep Med Rev. 2021. Détails ICI / Details HERE.
  • Marc Martel et al.. Mind-body approaches targeting the psychological aspects of opioid use problems in patients with chronic pain: Evidence and opportunities. Transl Res. Détails ICI / Details HERE
  • Marc Martel, Jordi Perez et al.. Day-to-day hedonic and calming effects of opioids, opioid craving, and opioid misuse among patients with chronic pain prescribed long-term opioid therapy. PAIN. Détails  ICI / Details HERE
  • Marc Martel, Yannick Toussignant-Laflamme et al.Optimizing management of low back pain through the pain and disability drivers management model: A feasibility trial. PloS One. Détails ICI / Details HERE.
  • Jeffrey Mogil interviewed in Mice may ‘catch’ each other’s pain – and relief by Carolyn Wilke, Sciencenews.orgNews18.com.
  • Jeffrey Mogil et al.. MicroRNA-19b predicts widespread pain and posttraumatic stress symptom risk in a sex-dependent manner following trauma exposure. Pain. Détails ICI / Details HERE.
  • Mathieu Roy et al.. A neuroimaging biomarker for sustained experimental and clinical pain. Nat Med. Détails ICI / Details HERE.
  • Philipe Séguéla et al.. Chronic generalized pain disrupts whole brain functional connectivity in mice. Brain Imaging Behav. Détails ICI / Details HERE

february 2021

  • Mélanie Bérubé, Manon Choinière, Céline Gélinas et al.
  •  The Effect of Psychological Interventions on the Prevention of Chronic Pain in Adults A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Clin J Pain. Détails ICI / Details HERE
  • Terence Coderre et al. The effect of a topical combination of clonidine and pentoxifylline on post-traumatic neuropathic pain patients: study protocol for a randomized, double-blind placebo-controlled trial. Trials. Détails ICI / Details HERE
  • Jocelyne Feine et al. A 5-Year Esthetic RCT Assessment of Anterior Maxillary Single-Tooth Implants with Different Abutment Interfaces. The International Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Implants. Détails ICI / Details HERE
  • Céline Gélinas et al. Validity of the Modified Dyspnea Index for the French-Canadian Population. J Nurs Meas. Détails ICI / Details HERE
  • Gabrielle Gobbi et al.. Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) promotes social behavior through mTORC1 in the excitatory neurotransmission. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. Détails ICI / Details HEREFreethink.com.
  • Pablo Ingelmo et al. The COVID-19 match: what Canadian anesthesia programs can do for the virtual match cycles. Can J Anaesth. Détails ICI / Details HERE
  • Marc Martel et al. Anxiety and Fear Avoidance Beliefs and Behavior May Be Significant Risk Factors for Chronic Opioid Analgesic Therapy Reliance for Patients with Chronic Pain – Results from a Preliminary Study. Pain Medicine. Détails ICI / Details HERE
  • Kadija Perreault, Anne-Marie Pinard, Jean-Sébastien Roy et al. The burden of waiting to access pain clinic services: perceptions and experiences of patients with rheumatic conditions. BMC Health Serv Res. Détails ICI / Details HERE
  • Reza Sharif-Naeini et al. Proteomic and Transcriptomic Techniques to Decipher the Molecular Evolution of Venoms. Toxins. Détails ICI / Details HERE
  • Laura Stone et al. Protein Adsorption on Surfaces Functionalized with COOH Groups Promotes Anti- inflammatory Macrophage Responses. ACS Appl Mater Interfaces.  Détails ICI / Details HERE
  • Ji Zhang et al.. Salt Sensing by Serum/Glucocorticoid-Regulated Kinase 1 Promotes Th17-like Inflammatory Adaptation of Foxp3+ Regulatory T Cells. Cell Rep. Détails ICI / Details HERE.

March 2021

  • Marc O Martel et al.. Mind-body approaches targeting the psychological aspects of opioid use problems in patients with chronic pain: Evidence and opportunities. Transl Res. Détails ICI / Details HERE.
  • Gabriella Gobbi et al. Lysergic acid diethylamide differentially modulates the reticular thalamus, mediodorsal thalamus, and infralimbic prefrontal cortex: An in vivo electrophysiology study in male mice. J Psychopharmacol. Détails ICI / Details HERE.
  • Gilles Lavigne, Marc Martel et al. Multitargeting the sleep-pain interaction with pharmacological approaches: a narrative review with suggestions on new avenues of investigation. Sleep Med Rev. 2021. Détails ICI / Details HERE.
  • Luda Diatchenko et al.. Single cell transcriptomics of primate sensory neurons identifies cell types associated with chronic pain. Nat Commun. Détails ICI / Details HERE
  • Céline Gélinas et al.. Initial testing of the use of the Safer Care Nursing Tool in a Canadian acute care context. J Nurs Manag. Détails ICI / Details HERE
  • Gilles Lavignes et al.. Research routes on improved sleep bruxism metrics: Toward a standardised approach. J Sleep Res. Détails ICI / Details HERE.
  • Laura Stone et al.. Diet-induced obesity leads to behavioral indicators of pain preceding structural joint damage in wild-type mice. Détails ICI / Details HERE.
  • Ana Velly et al.. Heme Oxygenase-1 in Blood and Saliva during Acute Psychosis: A Pilot Study. Psychiatry Research. Détails ICI / Details HERE.
  • Ji Zhanget al.. Inhibition of TLR4 signaling protects mice from sensory and motor dysfunction in an animal model of autoimmune peripheral neuropathy. J Neuroinflammation. Détails ICI / Details HERE.