Department of Psychology

Ed Keogh’s review paper is editor’s choice in leading pain journal

Tue Dec 08 11:50:00 GMT 2015

Ed Keogh's new topical review paper, which appears in the December issue of the leading international journal Pain, has been chosen as an Editor's Choice.

The review is entitled Men, Masculinity and Pain, and provides an overview of the Men's Health literature, and how such an approach might help us better understand the roles that sex and gender have on pain and how we deal with it.

As well as highlighting the role of sex and gender issues in pain comma, Editor's Choice means that the paper is free to access. He has also written an accompanying blog on the paper.

Ed is Deputy Director of the Bath Centre for Pain Research. He is currently seeking male and femail volunteers (aged 18 and over) to complete an online survey on gender and pain (for details follow link).

Keogh, Ed (2015). Men, Masculinity and Pain. Pain, 156, 12, 2408-2412 . doi:10.1097/j.pain.0000000000000328