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- philosophical and clinical approaches to pain
- outcome domains for the overall quality of postoperative pain management from the perspective of patients and clinicians
- ethical, legal and social implications for the development of a digital transsectoral health application/service, specifically from the perspective of people with a familial risk of cancer
Salomons, T. V., Harrison, R., Hansen, N., Stazicker, J., Sorensen, A. G., Thomas, P., & Borg, E. (2021). Is pain "all in your mind"? Examining the general public's views of pain. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 1-16.
Vita M. Sc. Paula Thomas
from July 2022
Research Associate, Project dVP_FAM - digital care platform for familial cancer risks, Institute for Gender Research in Medicine, Charité Berlin.
September 2020-August 2021
Research Assistant, Project IMI-PainCare, Subproject PROMPT (Providing Standardized Consented PROMs for Improving Pain Treatment), Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine, Section Pain Therapy, University Hospital Jena, Germany
Master's degree in psychology (clinical psychology, psychotherapy and health) at Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, Germany
Bachelor studies of Psychology at the University of Aberdeen (Scotland) and University of Reading (England)