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Pain (2nd Edition)

Creative Approaches to Effective Management

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 248
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24 November 2008

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Broadened to include coverage of community settings, and updated to address changes in practice, Pain 2/e is a solid introduction to the subject. Developed from original learning tools, it is underpinned by a...

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Broadened to include coverage of community settings, and updated to address changes in practice, Pain 2/e is a solid introduction to the subject. Developed from original learning tools, it is underpinned by a comprehensive pedagogic framework, and is an essential resource for all involved in pain management and assessment.

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Fully revised edition of marketleading text by popular authors
Broadened to include coverage of community settings, therefore widening the potential market even further
Features assessment of innovative new techniques (such as painting) to engage and interest the reader

Introduction: How to Use this Book
The Multi-Dimensional Nature of Pain
Assessing Pain
Recognising the Barriers to Effective Pain Relief
Managing Acute Pain
Managing Chronic Pain
Managing Pain in Vulnerable Patients
Nursing Patients with Challenging Pain
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ELOISE CARR is Reader in Pain Management Research and Education, Institute of Health& Community Studies, Bournemouth University, UK.
EILEEN MANN is Nurse Consultant in Pain Management, Poole Hospital NHS Trust, and Lecturer-Practitioner, Institute of Health& Community Studies, Bournemouth University, UK.


 

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ELOISE CARR is Reader in Pain Management Research and Education, Institute of Health& Community Studies, Bournemouth University, UK.
EILEEN MANN is Nurse Consultant in Pain Management, Poole Hospital NHS Trust, and Lecturer-Practitioner, Institute of Health& Community Studies, Bournemouth University, UK.


 

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