The study is published in the European Journal of Pain.
What does EJP stand for?
EJP stands for European Journal of Pain
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- European Journal of Oral Sciences
- Enterprise Java Open Source Architecture
- Europese Jeugd Olympische Winter Dagen (Dutch: European Youth Olympic Winter Festival)
- E-Journal Portal (software)
- Economic Justice Project (New York Law School, New York New York)
- Effacement Jours de Pointe (electricity usage)
- Electronic Journal of Probability
- Electronic Journal Publishing
- Environmental Justice Program (various organizations)
- European Jewish Press
- European Journal of Physics (scientific journal; publisher: IOP Publishing)
- European Journal of Population
- Everett J. Prescott (various locations)
- Extensible Java Profiler (computing)
- The European Journal of Psychological Assessment
- Electronic Journal of Polish Agricultural Universities (Poland)
- European Journal of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics
- European Journal of Palliative Care
- Edmonton Joint Planning Committee on Housing (Canada)
- Eidgenössisches Justiz- und Polizeidepartement (Swiss Federal Department of Justice and Police, aka: DFJP, DFGP, FDJP)
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Top five anaesthesiology journals The annual total number of articles in Pain, European Journal of Pain and Clinical Journal of Pain increased gradually from 2000 to 2009: Pain (from 227 to 262), European Journal of Pain (from 28 to 143) and Clinical Journal of Pain (from 69 to 117).
But a joint study between both institutions, published in the European Journal of Pain today, found patients were able to alter their experiences of pain by turning down an imaginary dial measuring its levels.