Differences in variables related to the COVID-19 lockdown, pain interference, resilience, and perceived well-being between women with and without psychological trauma prior to the outbreak

Published: 4 March 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/b3n5rx2r84.1
Alicia E. López-Martínez


A total of 365 women with chronic pain were divided into three subgroups according to whether or not they had experienced a traumatic event prior to COVID-19. They completed an online survey on variables related to the COVID-19 outbreak, exposure to past traumatic events, pain intensity, pain-related interference, resilience, and perceived well-being.