– Dr. Wayne Jonas
"Our patients need us to apply the best science."
STAT News – Oct. 31, ’17
“Many people call the current crisis an opioid epidemic. But what we really have is a chronic pain mismanagement problem.”
Journaling as Self-Care
HOT 110117 Keynote
HOPE NOTE for Physicians
What is Integrative Health?
HOPE Note for Patients
On Physician Burnout
Pain and Opioids in the Military: We Must Do Better.
Authored by Wayne B. Jonas, MD and Eric Schoomaker, MD, PhD, Lieutenant General, U.S. Army (RET) in Journal of the American Medical Association Internal Medicine
“For reasons of current and future national strength, and most important, the suffering of service members and veterans, we must transform ourselves in the way we manage pain. We can and must be better.”
Are Invasive Procedures Effective for Chronic Pain? A Systematic Review
Authored by Wayne B. Jonas, MD, Cindy Crawford, Luana Colloca, MD, PhD, Levente Kriston, PhD, Klaus Linde, MD, PhD, Bruce Moseley, MD, and Karin Meissner
Assesses the evidence for the safety and efficacy of invasive procedures for reducing chronic pain and improving function and health-related quality of life compared with sham (placebo) procedures.
Salutogenesis: The Defining Concept for a New Healthcare System
Authored by Wayne B Jonas, MD; Ronald A Chez, MD; Katherine Smith, MPH; Bonnie
Sakallaris, PhD in Global Advances in Health and Medicine May 2014.
“We believe that providing medical care in an [Optimal Healing Environment] founded in the principals of salutogenesis is a central way to sustain, support, and enrich quality of life while reducing costs for both the practitioner and the patients for whom we have the privilege of providing medical care.”
To what extent are surgery and invasive procedures effective beyond a placebo response? A systematic review with meta-analysis of randomised, sham controlled trials
Authored by Wayne B Jonas, Cindy Crawford, Luana Colloca, Ted J Kaptchuk, Bruce Moseley, Franklin G Miller, Levente Kriston, Klaus Linde, Karin Meissner in BMJ Open
“The evidence from available sham controlled trials indicates that invasive procedures are not clearly more effective than sham procedures for various chronic pain conditions including endometriosis, back pain, arthritis, angina and migraine. There is evidence to support surgical interventions for GERD and limited evidence to support the use of balloon insertion for obesity.”
The Ritual of Hyperbaric Oxygen and Lessons for the Treatment of Persistent Postconcussion Symptoms in Military Personnel
Authors: Charles W. Hoge, MD; Wayne B. Jonas, MD
Published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Internal Medicine
“This is an exemplary clinical trial that teaches us important lessons. Hyperbaric oxygen treatment does not work, but the ritual of the intervention does.”
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