Pain Management Clinical Bundle - Self-Paced Online Course
With a $25.00 discount and the opportunity to receive 5.86 contact hours, it is a painless decision to enroll today!
Improve your clinical expertise and understand best practices in caring for patients at risk for acute or chronic pain with our Pain Management Clinical Bundle! With a $25.00 discount and the opportunity to receive 5.86 contact hours, it is a painless decision to enroll today!
This bundle includes:
Managing Chronic Pain in Cancer Survivors
Cancer Survivors, who are at a higher risk of chronic pain than the general population, require detailed assessment to help identify the cause of their pain. This course focuses on cancer survivors who show no evidence of disease but are experiencing chronic pain.
Managing Pain in Frail Elders
Managing pain in any older adult poses unique challenges, however, older adults who are frail are more likely to experience chronic pain, acute pain, or both. This course examines recommendations for assessing, treating, evaluating, and documenting pain in frail elders based on the best available evidence.
Preventing High-Alert Medication Errors in Hospital Patients
Mistakes involving medications are among the most common health care errors and can happen in the home or a health care facility. This course focuses on errors in hospitals and will provide nurses with information on how to prevent high-alert medication (HAM) errors, especially those associated with insulin, anticoagulants, opioids and sedatives.
Preventing Medication Errors by Empowering Patients
Preventable medication errors cost the U.S. healthcare system more than $21 billion annually and researchers have found that many of the problems leading to these errors are systemic and cultural. This course will examine strategies for preventing medication errors by empowering patients to better manage their own drug regimens.
The Case for Capnography in Patients Receiving Opioids
Opioid-induced respiratory depression (OIRD) is a life-threatening complication of opioid analgesia. Even the most opioid-tolerant patient isn’t immune. This course is designed to provide nurses with information on how to use capnography to help detect and prevent serious complications of opioid-induced respiratory depression.