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Pain Management - Foundation for Chiropractic Progress - Chiropractic Doctor


Pain 201
Collaborative approaches to decision-making, diversity of treatment options, the importance of patient agency, risk management, flexibility in care, and treatment based on appropriate understanding of the clinical condition

6.0

$120.00 USD

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  • Demonstrate the inclusion of patient and others, in the education and shared decision-making process for pain care
  • Identify treatment options that can be assessed in a comprehensive pain management plan
  • Explain how health promotion and self-management strategies are important to the management of pain
  • Develop a pain treatment plan based on benefits and risks of available treatments
  • Monitor the effects of pain management approaches to adjust the plan of care as needed
  • Differentiate physical dependence, substance use disorder, misuse, tolerance, addiction, and nonadherence
  • Develop a treatment plan that accounts for the differences between acute pain, acute-on-chronic pain, chronic/persistent pain, and pain at end of life
  • Describe the unique pain assessment and management needs of special populations
  • Explain how to assess and manage pain across settings and transitions of care
  • Describe the role, scope of practice, and contribution of the different professions within a pain management care team
  • Implement an individualized pain management plan that integrates the perspectives of patients, their social support systems, and health care providers in the context of available resources
  • Describe the role of the clinician as an advocate in assisting patients to meet treatment goals

multiple

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Pain 200 - 201
13.0

$234.00 USD

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  • Explain the complex multidimensional and individual specific nature of pain
  • Present the theories and science for understanding pain
  • Define the terminology for describing pain and associated conditions
  • Describe the impact of pain on society
  • Explain how cultural, institutional, societal and regulatory influences affect assessment and management of pain  
  • Use valid and reliable tools for measuring pain and associated symptoms to assess and reassess outcomes as appropriate for the clinical context and population.
  • Describe patient, provider, and system factors that can facilitate or interfere with effective pain assessment and management
  • Assess patient preferences and values to determine pain-related goals and priorities
  • Demonstrate empathetic and compassionate communication during pain assessment
  • Demonstrate the inclusion of patient and others, in the education and shared decision-making process for pain care
  • Identify treatment options that can be assessed in a comprehensive pain management plan
  • Explain how health promotion and self-management strategies are important to the management of pain
  • Develop a pain treatment plan based on benefits and risks of available treatments
  • Monitor the effects of pain management approaches to adjust the plan of care as needed
  • Differentiate physical dependence, substance use disorder, misuse, tolerance, addiction, and nonadherence
  • Develop a treatment plan that accounts for the differences between acute pain, acute-on-chronic pain, chronic/persistent pain, and pain at end of life
  • Describe the unique pain assessment and management needs of special populations
  • Explain how to assess and manage pain across settings and transitions of care
  • Describe the role, scope of practice, and contribution of the different professions within a pain management care team
  • Implement an individualized pain management plan that integrates the perspectives of patients, their social support systems, and health care providers in the context of available resources
  • Describe the role of the clinician as an advocate in assisting patients to meet treatment goals

multiple

AudioVisual Course

Pain 200
Fundamental concepts of pain and How pain assessed, quantified, and communicated

7.0

$140.00 USD

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  • Explain the complex multidimensional and individual specific nature of pain
  • Present the theories and science for understanding pain
  • Define the terminology for describing pain and associated conditions
  • Describe the impact of pain on society
  • Explain how cultural, institutional, societal and regulatory influences affect assessment and management of pain  
  • Use valid and reliable tools for measuring pain and associated symptoms to assess and reassess outcomes as appropriate for the clinical context and population.
  • Describe patient, provider, and system factors that can facilitate or interfere with effective pain assessment and management
  • Assess patient preferences and values to determine pain-related goals and priorities
  • Demonstrate empathetic and compassionate communication during pain assessment

multiple

AudioVisual Course