Perceived Injustice Targeted Pain Education: Can We Decrease Pain and Opioid Use among Breast Cancer Survivors?

Project Details


The primary scientific objective of the study is to examine whether perceived injustice-targeted PNE issuperior to biomedically-focused pain education in reducing pain after 12 months in breast cancersurvivors with perceived injustice and pain. The secondary objectives of the study are to examinewhether perceived injustice-targeted PNE, compared to biomedically-focused pain education, resultsin improving health-related quality of life, reducing perceived injustice and opioid use after 12 monthsin breast cancer survivors with perceived injustice and pain, and to conduct a cost-utility analysis whichwill finally result in a recommendation concerning the use of perceived injustice-targeted PNE in breastcancer survivors with perceived injustice and pain.
Effective start/end date1/10/2030/09/24


  • pain education
  • Breast cancer
  • quality of life

Flemish discipline codes

  • Cancer therapy