The management of pain is challenging for providers, adding to the challenges of communicating with patients affected by pain in compassionate, non-stigmatizing ways that facilitate shared decision-making and individualized care. Multi-modal approaches that minimize risks and maximize benefits are available, but equitable access and availability are barriers to effective multi-modal pain treatment. Providers need education on individualizing multi-modal pain management strategies to develop plans that fit the needs, priorities, and histories of individual patients and populations served.
This CMEO BriefCase entitled, Employing Multi-Modal Pain Management in a Low-Resource Setting, will review start-to-finish patient assessment and plan development for a patient with pain with consideration for their barriers to healthcare access.
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Employing Multi-Modal Pain Management in a Low-Resource Setting
This activity offers CME/CE credit for Physicians, dentists, physician associates (PAs), nurse practitioners (NPs), nurses, psychologists, and optometrists
This activity is supported by an independent educational grant from the Opioid Analgesic REMS Program Companies.
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