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Chronic and Acute Pain


Chronic and Acute Pain



PEDIATRIC PAIN MANAGEMENT: ASSESSING PEDIATRIC PAIN

No pediatric patient should have to endure pain. But the discomfort many children feel because of injury, illness, or medical intervention may be missed because of inadequate assessment techniques. It is critical that healthcare providers be able to evaluate pain in children and provide the means to alleviate it.

This program is designed to give nurses the ability to assess pain in pediatric patients of all ages and abilities.

After completing this course, the learner should be able to:
  • Describe an evidence-based assessment of pediatric pain
  • Take a pain history
  • Explain the use of regular pain evaluations using objective criteria and/or standardized scales
  • Describe the use of the PQRST mnemonic and other standard methods to assess the child's pain
  • Use both non-verbal and self-reporting tools to measure a child's pain
  • Describe physiologic signs of pediatric pain
  • Utilize behavioral observation scales to assess pediatric pain


  • DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2017 / 10 minutes

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    PEDIATRIC PAIN MANAGEMENT: TREATING PEDIATRIC PAIN

    Pediatric pain can be difficult to manage for many healthcare providers, which can lead to undertreatment. There is a common misconception that children experience pain in the same way as adults, but this has been challenged. Nonetheless, the pain must be understood in order for it to be treated or alleviated in any way. Healthcare providers must do all that they can to help pediatric patients describe the pain, so that it can be effectively treated.

    This program provides healthcare personnel with the necessary techniques to utilize when treating pediatric pain, as well as working with children to explain it.

    After completing this course, the learner should be able to:
  • Compare and contrast the different types of non-pharmacological pain treatments
  • Recommend pharmacological pain treatments best for pediatric patients of all ages
  • Define cognitive, behavioral, and physical interventions as non-pharmacological therapies for pain
  • Explain the three-step analgesic ladder for the management of cancer pain
  • Identify techniques to manage different types of pain


  • DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2017 / 12 minutes

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    PEDIATRIC PAIN MANAGEMENT: UNDERSTANDING PEDIATRIC PAIN

    Pain in childhood that is not adequately addressed can be detrimental to physical, emotional and academic development. It is critical that healthcare providers be able to evaluate pain in children and provide the means to alleviate it.

    This program provides nurses and other healthcare professionals with an overview of pediatric pain.

    After completing this course, the learner should be able to:
  • Define types of pain
  • Identify the main misconceptions about pain among pediatric patients
  • Differentiate between acute, chronic and procedural pain
  • Distinguish between nociceptive pain and neuropathic pain
  • Explain the different ways in which children understand, process and express pain


  • DVD (Closed Captioned) / 2017 / 16 minutes

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    OBSTETRICAL NURSING: PAIN CONTROL

    Labor is the apt term to describe the birthing process, which is laborious and painful. Obstetrical Nursing: Pain Control describes how the body responds to pain during labor, and provides a detailed overview of the different pain relief techniques and medications that are available.

    After completing this course, the learner should be able to:
  • Discuss how the body responds to pain during the stages of labor
  • Define various non-pharmacologic methods of pain relief for the mother
  • Discuss the different types of medication and regional anesthesia that can be used to reduce pain during labor
  • Describe advantages and disadvantages of different pain relief methods
  • Compare the effects of different types of pain relief medications on both the mother and fetus


  • DVD / 2015 / 15 minutes

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    PAIN MANAGEMENT: PHARMACOLOGICAL TREATMENT AND CLASSIFICATION OF PAIN

    This program will examine the three major groups of medications used to treat and manage pain: non-opioids, opioids, and adjuvants. It will also examine pain's etiology and expected treatment cycle. Using this approach, it classifies pain as: acute, chronic non-malignant, and chronic malignant.

    After completing this course, you should be able to:
  • Describe the uses of non-opioid pain medications.
  • Explain the uses of opioid pain medications.
  • Describe the uses of adjuvant medications.
  • Explain the differences between acute, chronic and chronic malignant pain.


  • DVD / 2015 / 20 minutes

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    PAIN MANAGEMENT: PHYSICAL AND COGNITIVE TREATMENT

    This program examines the patient's pain experiences and shows how these experiences impact the caregiver's pain management strategies. In addition, complimentary treatment modalities commonly used in comprehensive pain management programs are examined. Complimentary pain treatment refers to the use of non-pharmacological treatments for relieving or reducing pain.

    After completing this course, you should be able to:
  • Describe the types of distraction therapies used in pain relief.
  • Describe the types of relaxation therapies used in pain relief.


  • DVD / 2015 / 19 minutes

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    PAIN MANAGEMENT: THE PAIN PROCESS AND PATIENT ASSESSMENT

    This program describes psycho-physiological factors and other elements involved in the pain process. It describes the techniques of a thorough pain assessment, and identifies outcomes needed for an effective pain management program.

    After completing this course, you should be able to:
  • Explain the physiological processes involved in pain.
  • Describe other processes, such as psychological and social, involved in the subjective experience of pain.
  • Describe the techniques of pain assessment.
  • List the outcomes of a pain management program.


  • DVD / 2015 / 25 minutes

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    PAIN MANAGEMENT: TREATMENT FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS

    This examine the development of pain management programs for special populations: those who deny their pain, those not fully conscious, those with dementia, and age-specific groups from neonates to the elderly.

    After completing this course, you should be able to:
  • Explain pain assessment and management for those not fully conscious.
  • Describe pain assessment and management for those with dementia.
  • Explain pain assessment and management for different age groups.


  • DVD / 2015 / 22 minutes

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    NURSING ASSISTANT, THE: PAIN MANAGEMENT

    Pain can lead to depression, loss of appetite or a decline in the ability to perform activities of daily living. In some cases, pain may even place a resident at a higher risk for injuries, accidents or falls. Pain and discomfort is a common experience among nursing home residents. The effective management of a resident's pain or discomfort has a direct impact on his or her quality of life. State and Federal regulations require facilities to provide individualized pain management programs for their residents. Nurse aides play an important part of a program íV they are the ones who help monitor a resident through observation, reporting and documenting.

    After completing this course, the learner should be able to:
  • Define pain
  • Describe the difference between acute pain and chronic pain
  • List 4 behavior changes that indicate a resident may be in pain
  • Provide examples of questions that should be asked of a resident when he or she is observed to be in pain.
  • Describe what can happen if a resident's pain is not reported.


  • DVD / 2014 / 17 minutes

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    ACUTE PAIN MANAGEMENT IN CHILDREN: OPERATIVE OR MEDICAL PROCEDURES

    Summarizes the AHCPR Clinical Practice Guideline for Acute Pain Management in Infants, Children, and Adolescents: Operative and Medical Procedures. Discusses recommendations for the use of particular assessment techniques and the use of pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic techniques for managing pain.

    DVD / 2011 / 20 minutes

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    ACUTE PAIN MANAGEMENT: OPERATIVE OR MEDICAL PROCEDURES AND TRAUMA

    Critically important new program designed to familiarize healthcare professionals with the new pain management guideline developed by the Agency for Healthcare Policy and Research (AHCPR). Goals of this program include:

  • Reducing the incidence and severity of pain
  • Educating patients about the need to communicate unrelieved pain
  • Enhancing patient comfort and satisfaction
  • Contributing to fewer postoperative complications.


    DVD / 2011 / 27 minutes

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    PAIN ASSESSMENT IN OLDER ADULTS

    Chronic pain is often a concern for older adults. Using a variety of assessment tools, this DVD will help caregivers to evaluate the presence and severity of pain, whether the patient is able to verbalize it or not. This DVD demonstrates how to assess for pain in older adults, using these four tools: the Faces Pain Scale, the Verbal Descriptor Scale, the Numeric Rating Scale, and the Pain Assessment in Advanced Dementia Scale. The DVD goes further to document how to assess and re-evaluate the effectiveness of the applied interventions, as needed.

    DVD / 2009 / 64 minutes

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    PAIN BEYOND BLAME: A MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

    In our pathway to pain management, Pain Beyond Blame will reinforce your existing pain management program. Focusing on creating a team effort, this program will reinforce the psychological, physiological and pathological attributes associated with brief, re-occurring or chronic pain sufferers. Committed to excellent and compassionate patient care, this program will benefit all patient care providers.

    DVD / 2004 / 15 minutes

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    PAIN IN COGNITIVELY IMPAIRED SENIORS: ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT

    This video shows how to meet the challenge of communicating with cognitively impaired older adults when it comes to assessing and managing pain in the long-term care environment. This two-module training tape (with Facilitator's Guide) provides a simple, yet effective, process to help caregivers properly assess and manage pain, even when dealing with non-communicative, severely impaired older adults. Caregivers will learn how to apply proven methods that will reduce communication barriers, and enhance quality of life for cognitively impaired older adults by providing appropriate pain relief regimens.

    DVD / 2002 / 40 minutes

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    PAIN MANAGEMENT: THE PATHWAY TO CARE

    It is the goal of this program to reinforce a pain management standard that will effectively provide pain relief to all patients. The Pathway to Care will reinforce the importance of understanding the physiological, pathological and psychological conditions that may be surrounding the pain. Topics include:

  • Pain assessment and management history
  • Pain Indicators Drug Administration
  • Patient Trust and the Patient's Prospective
  • Plus much, much more.


  • DVD / 2002 / 15 minutes

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    BOTULINUM TOXIN IN THE TREATMENT OF MYOFASCIAL PAIN & HEADACHE



    DVD / 90 minutes

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    CANCER PAIN MANAGEMENT: IDENTIFYING APPROPRIATE NURSING ROLES & INTERVENTIONS

    Presenters: Leta Truett, RN, MN, CCRN; Deborah M. Thorpe, PhD, RN, CS; Mary Cunningham, RN, MS; Talulah Ruger, RN, BSN

    This program features physicians and doctors discussing various appropriate nursing rules and interventions in pain management. The major areas of discussion are as follows: acute or post-operative pain management - current techniques and therapies, barriers to effective management; chronic non-malignant pain management or behavioral/cognitive pain management- classifications of chronic non-malignant pain characteristics, data collection, and treatment, cancer pain management - dosing regimens; nursing assessment for acute, chronic non-malignant or cancer pain - current therapies and techniques, point controlled analgesia (PCA), epidural analgesia.


    DVD / 120 minutes

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    EMS: CHRONIC PAIN MANAGEMENT IN THE EMERGENCY SETTING

    Presenters: Merle L. Diamond, MD, FACP; Leonard Cerullo, MD; Glen D. Soloman, MD

    This program addresses issues in chronic pain management in the emergency medical setting including: the differential diagnosis of headaches, management of lower back pain and management of patients with chronic pain in the acute setting.


    DVD / 60 minutes

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    NEW DIRECTIONS IN THE MANAGEMENT & TREATMENT OF HEADACHES

    Presenters: Seymour Diamond, MD; Richard B. Lipton, MD; Robert S. Kunkel, MD, FACP; R. Michael Gallagher, DO, FACOFP

    Familiarizes viewers with the diagnosis and treatment of migraine headaches. A thorough discussion of the newest advances in the treatment of migraine, as well as standard forms of therapy, are presented.


    DVD / 90 minutes

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    NEW DIRECTIONS IN THE TREATMENT OF HEADACHES

    Presenters: Seymour Diamond, MD; Merle L. Diamond, MD,FACP; Jack A. Klapper, MD; Brian Mondell, MD

    Indications and agents used in the abortive and prophylactic treatment of migraine, non-pharmacologic intervention; aspects of diagnosis and current options of episodic and chronic cluster headache, therapeutic complexities of cranial neuralgias; distinction between episodic and chronic tension-type headaches, selection of agents used in chronic tension-type headaches due to anxiety and depression; factors impacting on the differential diagnosis of headache presented in the emergency dept., and the indications for neuroradiologic testing .


    DVD / 60 minutes

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    OUTCOME STUDIES: PAIN MANAGEMENT

    Presenters: Barry Cole, MD; Richard Thomas, RN,MBA; Ray Moreno, RPH, MBA; Richard S. Weiner, PhD

    Outcome Study Participation-Necessary Today; Practical Consideration; Report Cards; Severity/Risk Adjustments; Patient Satisfaction; Outcomes Measurement: A Competitive Tool; Rewarding Successful Service; Getting Started.


    DVD / 90 minutes

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    PAIN MANAGEMENT OF ADVANCED PROSTATE CANCER PATIENTS: CONTROLLING COSTS

    Presenters: Judd W. Moul, MD; Myra Glajchen, DSW; David G. McLeod, MD, JD; Nancy A. Dawson, MD

    New paradigm of metastatic prostate cancer in the '90's; psychosocial aspects of metastatic prostate cancer and pain management; comparisons and contrasts of prostate cancer: patients vs. physicians; medicolegal aspects; medical oncology perspective of metastatic prostate cancer/pain control.


    DVD / 90 minutes

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    PHARMACOLOGY OF NEUROPATHIC PAIN: CORTICOSTEROIDS, ANESTHETICS, ANTICONVULSANTS

    Presenters: Mark Boswell, MD

    DVD / 30 minutes

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    WHAT EVERY PHYSICIAN WANTS HIS PATIENT TO KNOW: MIGRAINE

    Designed for physicians to provide their patients with a solid introduction to migraine headaches, this excellent program covers the differences between sinus headaches, tension headaches and migraine. It also explores the causes of migraines; their auras, triggers and potential treatment regimens including abortive strategies and preventive treatments.

    DVD / 14 minutes

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    WHAT EVERY PHYSICIAN WANTS HIS PATIENT TO KNOW: PRESCRIPTION NARCOTICS

    The objective of this video is to educate patients regarding their diagnosis and proper treatment when narcotic prescription medications are involved. Physicians often have minimal time and resources to do this properly face-to face: we envision this video being used in the treatment room or a separate 'education' room after a traditional office visit.

    This program is designed to be informative and to help the physician guide the patient away from mal-adaptive behavior. It is brief, easily understandable, and retains the patient's attention through the use of quality content and graphical displays.


    DVD / 7 minutes

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