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Fundamentals of chronic pain in children and young people: multimodal treatment

Fundamentals of chronic pain in children and young people: multimodal treatment

Fundamentals of chronic pain in children and young people: multimodal treatment

Paula A Forgeron and Jennifer Stinson
Paula A Forgeron and Jennifer Stinson
on behalf of ICNus

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Launch date: 24 Oct 2018
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Last updated: 31 Oct 2018

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Chronic pain is common in childhood and can have severe physical and psychological consequences but, unlike acute pain, it is not always recognised by nurses and other health professionals. A holistic and multidisciplinary approach to treatment is required and nurses can play a significant role in helping children and families to cope with the negative effects of the condition. This learning module looks at assessment strategies as well as pharmacological and psychological interventions. It also discusses self-help programmes and strategies that can be used to aid sleep and help the child at school manage their pain.

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After completing the module you will be able to:
Outline assessment of chronic pain in children and understand the range of self-report measures.
Paula A Forgeron and Jennifer Stinson

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Paula A Forgeron and Jennifer Stinson
on behalf of ICNus

Paula A Forgeron, Assistant professor, School of nursing, University of Ottawa, Canada.

Jennifer Stinson, Mary Jo Haddad nursing chair in child health, Peter Lougheed CIHR new investigator scientist, Child Health Evaluative Sciences, Nurse practitioner, Chronic Pain Program, Hospital for Sick Children, Associate professor, Lawrence S Bloomberg, faculty of nursing, University of Toronto, Canada.

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  • American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)
  • 0.50 Hours

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