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Mulla SM, Hapidou EG, Kallyth SM, Buckley DN, Busse JW. Predictors of successfully managing depressive symptoms among chronic pain patients. 36th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Pain Society. Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada. May 20-23, 2015. 

Hapidou, E.G. Compassion Fatigue. Presentation to the Clinical Psychology Intern/Resident Rounds, Clinical Psychology Internship Program, Chedoke Hospital, Hamilton Health Sciences, November 2005 - 2008, May 2010 & 2011, July 8, 2013, December 2014 and January 2015.

Hapidou, E.G. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Chronic Pain in Veterans.- Second article in a series on PTSD. CAPM NEWSLETTER, ISSUE 4, VOLUME 6, WINTER 2014 http://canadianapm.com/pdf/capm-newsletter-winter-2014.pdf

Hapidou, E.G. & Shaik, M. Correlates of Patients’ Perception of Goal Accomplishment in an Interdisciplinary Chronic Pain Management Program. Poster presented at the 15th World Congress on Pain, Buenos Aires, Argentina, October 6-11, 2014.

Jiwani, A. & Hapidou, E.G.  Examining the Differences in Veterans and Non-Veterans at the Chronic Pain Management Unit.  Poster presented at the 2nd Conference on VETERANS IN SOCIETY:  Humanizing the Discourse.  Virginia Tech., VA, USA, April 27-28, 2014.

Hapidou, E.G. Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for Chronic Pain. In Interdisciplinary Pain Management training Session. Presentation at Kitchener Community Health Clinics, April 5, 2014, Kitchener, ON.

Hapidou, E.G. Interdisciplinary Pain Management. Presentation at the 8th Annual McMaster Pain Program 2014, McMaster University Health Sciences, September 24, 2014, Hamilton, ON.

Hapidou, E.G. Stages of Change in and how to Promote Engagement and Progress. Presentation at the Credentialing Course, Canadian Academy of Pain Management (CAPM), June 14, 2014, Hamilton, ON.

Hapidou, E.G. Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for Chronic Pain. Presentation at the Credentialing Course, Canadian Academy of Pain Management (CAPM), June 7, 2014, Hamilton, ON.

Hapidou, E.G. The New DSM. Rounds presented at the Chronic Pain Management Unit (CPMU, March 27, 2014.

Hapidou, E.G.  Whole Group Practice of Relaxation and Stress Control.  Presentation at the Clinical Pain Management Skills Course, Canadian Academy of Pain Management (CAPM), September, 2013, Hamilton, ON.

Hapidou, E.G. & Rosenbloom, D.  Understanding Meditation Approaches for Pain.  Presentation at the Clinical Pain Management Skills Course, Canadian Academy of Pain Management (CAPM), September 8, 2013, Hamilton, ON.

Hapidou, E.G. PTSD & Chronic Pain and Special Populations, Presentation at the PTSD Course, Clinical Behavioural Sciences Program, McMaster University, June 3, 2014.

Hapidou, E.  Post Traumatic Stress Disorder:  Overview of Diagnosis and Treatment - First article in a series on PTSD.  Canadian Academy of Pain Management (CAPM) Newsletter, Issue 2, Volume 6, Spring - Summer, 2013.  http://canadianapm.com/pdf/capm-newsletter-spring-summer-2013.pdf

 Hapidou EG, O'Brien, MA, Pierrynowski, MR, de las Heras, E., Patel, M., & Patla, T. (2012).  Fear and Avoidance of Movement in People with Chronic Pain: Psychometric Properties of the 11-Item Tampa Scale for Kinesiophobia (TSK-11), Physiotherapy Canada, April 17, 2012 online version

Hapidou, E.G. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Chronic Pain.  Presentation to the Department of Veterans Affairs, Hamilton, Ontario, February 22, 2011.

Hapidou, E.G. Multidisciplinary and Behavioural Management, Clinical Pain Management Skills Course, Canadian Academy of Pain Management, Hamilton General Hospital, Hamilton Health Sciences, January 29-30, 2011.

Hapidou, E.G. Readiness for Change in Behavioural Management, Clinical Pain Management Skills Course, Canadian Academy of Pain Management, Hamilton General Hospital, Hamilton Health Sciences, January 29-30, 2011.

Hapidou, E.G. Psychological Assessment and Treatment of a Chronic Pain Patient (case specific).  Member of an Expert Panel on Pain Mangement at the Canadian Chiropractic Convention, 2010, November 11-13, Toronto, ON

Hapidou, E.G. & Kritikos, S. M. The MMPI-2 FBS Scale in a Chronic Pain Management Program: Effects of Funding, and is the FBS a Tool for Evaluating Program Outcome?  Poster presented at the 13th World Congress on Pain, August 29-September 2, 2010.

Hapidou, E.G. & Li, T (W). Do case managers agree with their patients on measures of outcome at the end of a 4-week chronic pain management program?  Poster presented at the Canadian Pain Society Annual Conference, Calgary, Alberta, May 12-15, 2010.

Hapidou, E.G. Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for the Chronic Pain Patient, 3rd Annual Interventional Pain Management, McMaster University, September 12, 2009

Hapidou, E., & Knibbs, G. (2008). Predicting readiness to attend an interdisciplinary pain management program: What's better for clinical decision-making; clinical judgment or a patient self-report questionnaire? Poster presented at the 12th World Congress on Pain of the International Association for the Study of Pain, Glasgow, Scotland, August 17 - 22, 2008.

Knibbs, G., & Hapidou, E. (2008). Assessing patient readiness to engage in an interdisciplinary chronic pain management program: A qualitative analysis. Poster presented at the 12th World Congress on Pain of the International Association for the Study of Pain, Glasgow, Scotland, August 17-22, 2008.

Hapidou, E.G. & Li, K. Confronting the challenges of chronic pain: patient experiences in an interdisciplinary pain management program. Poster presented at the 28th Annual Conference of the Canadian Pain Society, Victoria, British Columbia, May 27-30, 2008.

Hapidou, E.G., Markarov, A. & Chan, E. Acceptance of pain and chronic pain management outcomes: a prospective study. Poster presented at the 28th Annual Conference of the Canadian Pain Society, Victoria, British Columbia, May 27-30 2008.

Hapidou, E.G. Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for Chronic Pain. Veterans Affairs, Toronto, ON, January 30, 2008.

Williams RM, Hapidou EG, Lin CY, Abbasi H: Examining the Use of the Pain Stages of Change Questionnaire in Chronic Pain. Physiotherapy Canada, 2007, 59, 132-141.

Hapidou, E.G. (Invited) Cognitive Therapy for Chronic Pain. Ontario Medical Association Meeting, Ottawa, ON, April 27, 2007.

Hapidou, E.G. (Invited) (2007). Psychological Issues of Pain In Women. Book Chapter, pages 2020-2023. In R. Schmidt & B.Willis (Eds), “Encyclopedia of Pain”, pages 2020-2023.

Hapidou, E.G. Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy in Chronic Pain. 23rd Inter-Urban Pain Association of Ontario Conference, Hamilton, ON, October 20, 2006.

Hapidou, E.G., & Grover, V.K. (2005). MMPI-2 Clusters in patients with chronic pain. Book of Abstracts, 11th World Congress on Pain, Sydney, Australia, August 21-26, 2005

Hapidou, E.G. & Abbasi, H. (2004). Readiness to adopt a self- management approach to chronic pain and pain management outcomes. Book of Abstracts, Pain Practice, 3rd World Congress World Institute of Pain, 21-25 September, 2004, Barcelona, Spain, p. 277.

Hapidou, E.G. (Invited) (2004). Perception of Pain During Pregnancy and Labor. In S. Lautenbacher & R. Fillingim(Eds.) Pathophysiology of Pain Perception, New York: Kluwer Academic/ Plenum Publishers, pp. 199-214.

Williams, R., Hapidou, E.G.& Cullen, K.L. (2003). Self- efficacy and resumption of activities of daily living scales in chronic pain. Physiotherapy Canada, 55(2), 87-95. Winner of the Silver Quill Award, 2003

Hapidou EG. Coping, adjustment and disability in chronic pain: admission and discharge status in a multidisciplinary pain clinic. Book of Abstracts. The 8th World Congress The Pain Clinic. Tenerife, Spain, Amy 6-9, 1998:242.

Hapidou EG. Safdar S. McKay KD. Evaluation of an inpatient chronic pain management program. Poster. Abstract #54. Pain Research & Management. 1997; 2(1): 63.

Hapidou EG. How do you know that what you do works? Program evaluation and what it is worth. Chedoke research news. 1997; April, 1(1): 7-8.

 

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