- •This study examined the mediation of pain and disability by psychological distress in fracture.
- •Depression is important to understand the relationship between pain and disability.
- •Stress is important to understand the relationship between pain and disability.
- •Depression and stress may be important targets for future research on acute pain.
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This study was funded by the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Project grant ID 630431. G.L.M. supported by NHMRC Fellowship ID 1045322. T.R.S. supported by NHMRC Fellowship ID 1054041. L.P. supported by NHMRC scholarship 1017607 and an IASP International Trainee Fellowship funded by the Scan|Design Foundation.
There are no known conflicts of interest associated with this study.