Management of chronic/persistent pain in older people
This seminar designed for EN & RN focuses on advanced skills development for nurses caring for older people in any setting who suffer from chronic/ persistent pain. Many older people needing nursing care suffer from one or more serious, chronic illnesses that are characterised by pain. How is this pain assessed and how are appropriate interventions identified, particularly for those with cognitive impairment? What are the myths and counter facts of opioid use in older people and what is the place of non-pharmacological therapies?
an overview of pain in chronic disease: definitions and attitudes: differentiating persistent and acute pain
myths and counter-facts regarding opioids and the place for non-pharmacological interventions
ssessment of pain, particularly in those who cannot articulate their symptoms
linking pain to behaviour in those with dementia
partnership in care: a team approach, including the family and the general practitioner.
Member $200, Non-member $280, Job Rep or SIG member $190, 8 May 2019, 9.30am-4.30pm
| Wed, 08 May 2019
Start Date: 08/05/2019 09:30:00 am
End Date: 08/05/2019 16:30:00 pm
Venue: ANMF Melbourne Presenter: Dr Rosalie Hudson
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