Acute impact of a national lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic on wellbeing outcomes among individuals with chronic pain
Zambelli, Z., Fidalgo, A. R., Halstead, E. J. and Dimitriou, D. 2021. Acute impact of a national lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic on wellbeing outcomes among individuals with chronic pain. Journal of Health Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1177/1359105321995962
|Authors||Zambelli, Z., Fidalgo, A. R., Halstead, E. J. and Dimitriou, D.|
Changes to wellbeing in a community- based sample of 638 adults with non-malignant chronic pain were assessed during a period of mandated lockdown measures in the UK to control the COVID-19 outbreak. Participants completed an online survey pre-lockdown and were followed up during lockdown. Multivariate analysis demonstrate that decreased ability to self-manage, restricted access to healthcare and increased dependence on others were associated with negative wellbeing outcomes related to sleep, anxiety and depression. Essential but nonurgent services are required during periods of lockdown to maintain independence and self-management in order to preserve wellbeing in this population.
|Journal||Journal of Health Psychology|
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|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.1177/1359105321995962|
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|Accepted||21 Jan 2021|
|Deposited||02 Feb 2021|
|Copyright holder||© 2021 The Authors|
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As accepted for publication in Journal of Health Psychology: Zambelli, Z., Fidalgo, A. R., Halstead, E. J. and Dimitriou, D. (2021), Acute impact of a national lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic on wellbeing outcomes among individuals with chronic pain, Journal of Health Psychology, Vol,(In Press), pp. xx-xx. https://doi.org/10.1177/1359105321995962.
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