Psychological Research in Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain (AGORA)

Perfil de la organización

Perfil de la organización

The AGORA Group, coordinated by Dr. Juan V. Luciano, was recognized and funded as an Emerging
Group (2017 SGR 667) by the AGAUR (Agency for Management of University and Research Grants) and
it forms part of the Innovation Networt "New technologies in mental health (TECSAM; 2018 XARDI
00010)" and of the Research and Transference Centre on Mental Health (CRETSAM; IU16-016625)
both funded by AGAUR.
The group is interested in chronic pain, more specifically, in what pharmacological and nonpharmacological treatments work, for whom, why, and under what circumstances. The group has
experience in research and teaching of clinical and health psychology, psychometrics,
behavioral medicine, and specifically in the economic evaluation of treatments and services
designed to help people with chronic pain. Our multidisciplinary group conducts patientcentered research with high transference to real world clinical practice.

Dirección a cargo:

Juan Vicente Luciano

Líneas de investigación

  • Línias de investigación:
  • Analysis of the effectiveness and cost-utility of non-pharmacological and pharmacological treatments for patients with chronic pain
  • Psychometric analysis of patient-reported outcomes (PROMs)
  • Structural and functional analysis of brain areas that can predict response to treatments, as well as brain areas that are susceptible to change through therapy
  • Analysis of the role of psychoneuroimmunological and endocrine variables in the prediction and mediation of treatment results
  • Study of the impact on physical and mental health of therapies-activities carried out in nature in healthy people and in people with mental health problems or with chronic pain

Objetivos de desarrollo sostenible de las Naciones Unidas

En 2015, los estados miembros de las Naciones Unidas acordaron 17 Objetivos de desarrollo sostenible (ODS) globales para erradicar la pobreza, proteger el planeta y garantizar la prosperidad para todos. Nuestro trabajo contribuye al logro de los siguientes ODS:

  • ODS 3: Salud y bienestar

Huella digital

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Colaboraciones y áreas de investigación principales de los últimos cinco años

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