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Practical Pain Management

Speciality Classification
Nurses and Midwives
Location
Online
Delivery
Online
Duration
Half day (3 hours)
Provider
Australian Pain Management Association Ltd. (APMA)

Suitable for:

Direct care staff that support older persons and people with a disability either in their own home or in residential aged care facilities. 

Length:

Half day (3 hours)

Content:

Poorly managed pain can result in an unnecessary and serious decline in quality of life for clients.

This training offers practical information and skills that direct care staff can utilise with clients, including to:

  • Explain chronic pain and its development
  • Identify the signs of pain causing distress
  • Develop an understanding of multifaceted pain management
  • Based on a case study, prepare an action plan which your organization may use to support a client

Recommendation:

"Carinity recommends APMA's Practical Pain Management training. The course is excellent and bolsters our Professional Development Program. The facilitator was flexible, knowledgeable and highly engaging enabling us to shape the training within our continuous improvement culture."

Carinity Learning & Development Consultant Tracey Sheehan

Type
Delivery
Title
Practical Pain Management
Speciality Classification
Interest Areas / Topics Covered
Pain management
Location
Provider Type
Education Provider
Duration
Half day (3 hours)
Price
Free
Location
Online
Price:
Free
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