Coping with Chronic Pain
The Power of Prayer

The Pain and Prayer Project is a research program,
led by academia and church, aiming to develop a
tested and trusted intervention for patients with
chronic pain based on the power of prayer.

ONLINE ONLY research study!

30 Minutes — estimated time committment

Any gender — may be eligible

No compensation — may be offered

Survey — may be required

Enrollment for this study is expected to
close on Friday, December 31, 2021.

Join our study!

Chronic Pain Research
What We Are Studying

Why is this important?

This research will help us identify the types of prayer that are most helpful for folks with chronic pain. In doing so, we can better help people better cope with their pain. 

We will be examining the role of prayer as a way of coping with chronic pain. We know that people use many techniques to cope with chronic pain, including praying to God or a higher power. We are trying to better understand that prayer including what kinds of prayer are most helpful. If you are interested in participating, you can go directly to the screening website: https://is.gd/PainandPrayerScreener

Leading the way

PI
Samantha
Meints, PhD

Brigham and Women's Hospital

Harvard School of Medicine, Boston, MA

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Co-PI
Marta
Illueca, MD, MDiv, MSc

The Episcopal Church in Delaware

Yale Program for Medicine, Spirituality, and Religion

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Schedule
What is Going to Happen?

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Aug. 1
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Adam O’Dale

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Dec. 15
09:00 AM
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Lora O’Dale

Physician

The Partners