Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Canadian and American self-treatment of pain: a comparison study

cheryl  Riley-Doucet

Cheryl Riley-Doucet

qualifications: PhD

position: Assistant Professor

United States

I am an assistant professor at Oakland University in Michigan, USA. My reserch interests include; pain management in the home, gerontology, family health and mental health.


Judith  Fouladbakhsh

Judith Fouladbakhsh

qualifications: PhD

position: Clinical Instructor

United States

Research interests include the self-treatment of pain and use of complementary and alternative therapies for symptom management among cancer survivors. Research has included descriptive & intervention studies, and secondary analysis of large federal datasets to determine patterns and predictors of complementary therapy use in the US.


April H Vallerand

April Vallerand

qualifications: PhD

position: Assistant Professor


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