Hospitals & Services

Acute Pain Study Day

Aims/Purpose

Improve participants' knowledge and understanding of acute pain, what acute pain is, how it happens, how we treat it, what the implications are.                                          Acute Pain.jpg

Content 
  • Acute pain theory and application to clinical practice
  • Common analgesics used in the treatment of acute pain (the pros and cons)
  • Procedural pain             
  • Intrathecal morphine
  • Acute pain scenario
2017 Dates22 March, 6 September
Location

Professional Development Unit,
5th Floor,
Riverside Block
Christchurch Hospital​

Duration:One day 0800-1630hrs ​
Contact Person

All bookings for this study day are through healthlearn.  You will need to set up an account if you do not already have one.
All enquiries:
Clinical Nurse Consultant extn 89359 or
richard.craig@cdhb.health.nz

Target AudienceRegistered Nurses, Enrolled Nurses, Physiotherapists, Pharmacists and Occupational Therapists.​
Pre-requisite

All participants must read the Acute Pain Reading
Pack on healthlearn and bring it with them to the study day.

There are also handouts available on the healthlearn site.

Links to CDHB
MOH initiatives
To provide best evidenced professional development to enahance consumer based care (CDHB) Quality Strategic Plan).
                            

 

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Page last reviewed: 11 July 2017
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