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Perioperative Recovery of Moods, Opioids, and Pain Trial (PROMPT)
The investigators aim to characterize the relationship between changes in emotional distress, opioid use, and pain throughout surgery and recovery. Additionally, the investigators aim to compare the effectiveness of post-surgical motivational interviewing and physician-guided opioid weaning vs. usual care on reducing persistent opioid use. Overall, the proposed research will advance knowledge regarding the role of psychological factors contributing to persistent opioid use after surgery.
Stanford is currently not accepting patients for this trial.
- Behavioral: Motivational Interviewing and Physician Guided Opioid Weaning
- Age 18+
- Undergoing a scheduled surgery
- English speaking
- Ability and willingness to complete questionnaires and assessments.
- Any conditions causing inability to complete baseline, telephone and internet
assessments (e.g. education, cognitive ability, mental status, medical status)at the
discretion of the investigator.
- Known Pregnancy
- Elevated Suicidality as assessed by an answer of 2 or greater on question 9 of the
Beck Depression Inventory assessing suicidal thoughts.
- Coexisting Chronic Pain Disorder of moderate severity in area other than surgical
Ages Eligible for Study
18 Years - N/A
Genders Eligible for Study