Online Education | The Challenge of Pain 2018
- Register for individual lectures or the entire activity set
- View the disclosure information
- Print your certificate (shows cumulative credit of completed modules in this activity set)
Publish Date: March 31, 2018. This course will expire March 31, 2021.
Comments from Conference Attendees
"Best teachings on the subject of pain and pain management I’ve ever attended. I learned new information and really appreciated the practical interventions nurses can do at the bedside and in clinic."
"The lectures covered physiology/pathophysiology as well as new research and ways of thinking about pain. There was a lot of helpful information on how nurses can be involved in helping clients with pain self-management."
"I have more tools to utilize when educating and assessing my patients’ pain."
Nurses, clinical nurse specialists, nurse practitioners, physicial assistants, physicians, respiratory therapists, psychologists, pharmacists, social workers, physical therapists and other interested healthcare professionals in all settings.
State of the Science in Pain Management (Rx=1.00)
Caring for the Overwhelming Patient
Recognizing Opioid Use Disorder in Patients with Chronic Pain (Rx=1.16)
What is Pain Self-Management and How Do You Support It?
A Patient's Story
Empowering Patients with Self-Management Skills
Rx=pharmacology hours at the advanced practice level
Judy Burrows, BS, RN
Clinical Float RN, Specialty Center, Kaiser Permanente, Bellevue, WA
Barbara Dailey, DNP, ARNP, CCMSHt, FIBH
Nurse Practitioner and Medical Support Hypnotherapist, Supportive Therapies, PLLC, Kenmore, WA
Debra B. Gordon, DNP, MS, RN-BC, ACNS-BC, FAAN
Co-Director, Harborview Integrated Pain Care Program, Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, UW Medicine/Harborview Medical Center, Seattle; Executive Team Member, UW NIH Consortium Center of Excellence for Pain Education, Seattle, WA
Pamela L. Pentin, MD, JD, FAAFP
Chief, UW Medicine/UWMC Family Medicine; Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine, UW School of Medicine, Seattle, WA
Mark Sullivan, MD, PhD
Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, UW School of Medicine, Seattle WA
David Tauben, MD
Chief, UW Division of Pain Medicine; Clinical Professor, Dept. of Anesthesia, Pain Medicine and Dept. of Medicine, Seattle, WA
To earn contact hours for this activity set:
- View or listen to the presentations.
- Study the handouts.
- Complete the evaluations.
After submitting the evaluation, you can download and print your certificate. A record of contact hours earned will be in your account for six years.
- 6.37 Contact hours
- 2.16 Pharmacology hours at the advanced practice level