Nursing: Pain Management Bundle
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In a National Health Interview Survey from 2019, data shows that 20.4% of adults in the United States suffer from chronic pain. Pain management — understanding what it is, how it is experienced, and how to provide effective treatment — is a critical part of clinical practice for nurses. Explore more on this important topic in this course bundle, which includes two new video courses.

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Challenges in Pain Assessment and Management - N33536 3
    Course release date: 3/20/2020
    Course expiration date: 3/20/2023

    This course provides nurses with an overview of the physiology of pain and the differences between acute and chronic pain, focusing on assessment, pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatment modalities, and the challenge of pain management for the persons experiencing pain.
  • Opioid Use in the Treatment of Chronic Pain - N23074 3 3
    Course expiration date: 2/7/2022

    Caring for patients with chronic pain is both challenging and complex. This course provides details of the best practices for prescribing and managing pain when using opioids and related products. Federal and state laws are being updated and best practices protocols are being developed. 
  • Pain Management: Evidence-Based Interventions and Best Practices - N49230 2
    Course release date: 5/24/2021
    Course expiration date: 7/31/2025

    This video course looks at evidence-based interventions and best practices for healthcare professionals in managing pain, providing an overview of evidence-based, non-pharmacological means of managing pain.

    This on-demand video course is presented by HomeCEU
  • Pain Physiology and the Pain Experience 2
    Course release date: 5/24/2021

    This video course is designed to deepen the clinician’s understanding of how pain is processed by the body, from peripheral nociception to central perception, and experienced by each person in order to be more effective in managing patients’ pain. The concept of pain physiology is expanded through the presentation of the Neuromatrix Model of pain, which encompasses the latest evidence about how pain is felt and why it is so variable among individuals. Additionally, the course includes a brief look at how this updated information affects standards of care for healthcare professionals.

    This on-demand video course is presented by HomeCEU
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Pain Management Bundle - PMB10

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In a National Health Interview Survey from 2019, data shows that 20.4% of adults in the United States suffer from chronic pain. Pain management — understanding what it is, how it is experienced, and how to provide effective treatment — is a critical part of clinical practice for nurses. Explore more on this important topic in this course bundle, which includes two new video courses.

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Challenges in Pain Assessment and Management - N33536 3
    Course release date: 3/20/2020
    Course expiration date: 3/20/2023

    This course provides nurses with an overview of the physiology of pain and the differences between acute and chronic pain, focusing on assessment, pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatment modalities, and the challenge of pain management for the persons experiencing pain.
  • Opioid Use in the Treatment of Chronic Pain - N23074 3 3
    Course expiration date: 2/7/2022

    Caring for patients with chronic pain is both challenging and complex. This course provides details of the best practices for prescribing and managing pain when using opioids and related products. Federal and state laws are being updated and best practices protocols are being developed. 
  • Pain Management: Evidence-Based Interventions and Best Practices - N49230 2
    Course release date: 5/24/2021
    Course expiration date: 7/31/2025

    This video course looks at evidence-based interventions and best practices for healthcare professionals in managing pain, providing an overview of evidence-based, non-pharmacological means of managing pain.

    This on-demand video course is presented by HomeCEU
  • Pain Physiology and the Pain Experience 2
    Course release date: 5/24/2021

    This video course is designed to deepen the clinician’s understanding of how pain is processed by the body, from peripheral nociception to central perception, and experienced by each person in order to be more effective in managing patients’ pain. The concept of pain physiology is expanded through the presentation of the Neuromatrix Model of pain, which encompasses the latest evidence about how pain is felt and why it is so variable among individuals. Additionally, the course includes a brief look at how this updated information affects standards of care for healthcare professionals.

    This on-demand video course is presented by HomeCEU