The Chronic Pain Coping Inventory (CPCI) is used to assess patients' pain coping strategies, from 20-80 years of age. The CPCI requires the individual to indicate the number of days during the past week he or she used each of 70 coping strategies to deal with pain.
The CPCI can be used in several testing situations, including as a treatment outcome measure, as a screening measure, and to document the necessity of treatment.
PARiConnect allows you to administer on-screen in your office, to e-mail an invitation to take an assessment wherever your client may be, or allows you to easily populate responses from a paper-and-pencil administration by entering item-level responses (assessment dependent - some assessments can only be scored online via PARiConnect).
Please note administration and reports are purchased separatley. Please see below for more information:
All PARiConnect purchases made directly through ACER include dedicated local support.