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Browsing publications by Dr Chris Penlington.

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Dr Charlotte Currie
Dr Chris Penlington
A survey of patients' concerns about visiting the dentist and how dentists can help2022
Professor Justin Durham
Dr Chris Penlington
Diagnostic criteria for temporomandibular disorders in children and adolescents: An international Delphi study-Part 2-Development of Axis II2022
Anna Beaven
Pam Boullin
Dr Chris Penlington
Do psychological attachment styles influence dental anxiety and dental attendance?2022
Dr Chris Penlington
Ten Footsteps 2021. An Online course to support 1 self-management of painhttps://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/ppa/pr/2022/00002022/000000522022
James Allison
Dr Chris Penlington
Professor Justin Durham
DEEP Study: Utility of the multidimensional pain inventory in persistent orofacial pain2021
Charlotte Fulton
Andrew Carr
Dr Chris Penlington
Exploring the term "resilience" as understood and experienced by dental educators2021
Emma Beecroft
Dr Chris Penlington
James Allison
Dr Julia Palmer
Professor Justin Durham
et al.
Pharmacological interventions for painful persistent temporomandibular disorders (TMD) (Protocol)2021
David Edwards
Charlotte Bowes
Dr Chris Penlington
Professor Justin Durham
Temporomandibular Disorders and Dietary Changes: A Cross-sectional Survey2021
Dr Chris Penlington
Biopsychosocial assessment and management of persistent orofacial pain2020
Dr Chris Penlington
Exploring a compassion-focused intervention for persistent pain in a group setting2019
Dr Chris Penlington
Professor Vera Araujo-Soares
Professor Justin Durham
Predicting Persistent Orofacial Pain: The Role of Illness Perceptions, Anxiety, and Depression2019
Sarah Barker
Dr Chris Penlington
Psychological Interventions for Persistent Orofacial Pain2019
Dr Chris Penlington
Sarah Barker
Psychological Theories of Pain2019
Dr Chris Penlington
Adetunji Otemade
Charlotte Bowes
Greig Taylor
Professor Paula Waterhouse
et al.
Psychological therapies for temporomandibular disorders (TMD)2019
Dr Chris Penlington
Working with long-term conditions2018