ChildKind Pain Champion Training: Procedural Pain
At the conclusion of this activity, participants should be able to:
- Discuss quality improvement efforts occurring at other institutions for procedural pain management;
- Select appropriate analgesics for the management of varying types of acute pain;
- Model positions and interventions based on age and responses to pain in order to reduce patient pain;
- Discuss the pharmacology of medications used to manage acute pain for pediatric patients;
- Describe how drug shortages can impact of on providers’ ability to manage pain;
- Identify medications commonly involved in pediatric sedation for procedures;
- Analyze the current research in the long term effects of sedation and anesthesia in young children;
- Explain the benefit of pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic adjuncts in pediatric procedures;
- State how 3D technology works to lower pain and stress for procedures;
- Describe guided imagery techniques for pain and children and adolescents;
- Identify 2-3 tools for each developmental group to assist with distraction;
- Identify 2-3 additional ways to provide support and increase comfort during pediatric procedures;
- Recognize components of the one-voice method utilized during procedures.
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