Designed to assess the use of coping strategies that are typically targeted for change in multidisciplinary pain treatment programs, the CPCI can be used as a treatment outcome measure, as a screening measure, and to document the necessity of treatment.
A unique program, the CPCI/SOPA-SP provides scores and reports for both the CPCI and the Survey of Pain Attitudes™ (SOPA™) after hand-entry of demographic information and CPCI or SOPA item responses or scale raw scores. The program generates a score report and a longitudinal report for each measure, comparison of which can help you determine the relationship between your patient’s pain-related beliefs and his or her pain coping strategies.
i-Admins provide on-screen test administration, either in your office or remotely. Purchasers should own the CPCI Professional Manual or purchase it before use. Reports must be purchased separately.
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