P a g e | 12 QUALITATIVE EVIDENCE SYNTHESIS IN PAIN 5. QES exploring older people’s experience of living with pain [187, 188] We identified 2 QES that explored older peoples‟ experience of chronic non-malignant pain [187] and pain management in nursing homes [188]. The findings are shown in Appendix 6. 6. QES exploring what it is like to live with osteoporosis [189, 190] We identified 2 QES that explored the experience of living with osteoporosis [189, 190]. The findings are shown in Appendix 7. 7. QES exploring cancer pain and what it is like to live with cancer after treatment [191, 192] We identified 2 QES that explored pain and cancer. One QES explored the experience of living following cancer treatment[191] and the other QES explored the experience of morphine for cancer related pain[192]. The findings are in Appendix 8. 8. QES exploring offspring’s experience of what it is like to have a parent with chronic pain [197] We identified 1 QES that explored the experience of living with a parent with chronic pain. The findings are shown in Appendix 9. 9. QES - healthcare professionals’ experiences of treating people with chronic pain [6, 7, 193-196] We identified 6 QES that explored healthcare professionals‟ experience of treating patients with painful conditions. Five of these QES explored the experience of treating patients with chronic non-specific pain [6, 7, 194-196] and one QES explored the management of osteoarthritis [193]. The summary findings are shown in Appendix 10. ACTIVITY 7: engaging in findings from qualitative evidence syntheses Go to page 24 to find an activity sheet APPENDIX 6 APPENDIX 7 APPENDIX 8 APPENDIX 9 APPENDIX 10 10
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