Pain and Pain Management - LIVE WEBINAR - 5/9/17 - 12 PM
The purpose of this activity is to provide the learner with information on pain and pain management and the skills or techniques used to manage these clients at home.
Criteria for Successful Completion of Activity to claim CE Certificate
If course is cancelled:
By BAYADA; if the education is cancelled for any reason the learner will receive a full refund for any applicable course fee. BAYADA will not be responsible for any associated fees or costs such as travel or lodging.
By learner; any applicable course fee will be refundable up until one (1) day prior to date registered for the education. After this date the course fee may be non-refundable. BAYADA will not be responsible for any associated fees or costs such as travel or lodging.
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Certified Case Managers
All Health Care Professionals regardless of CE credit
By the end of this educational activity the learner will be able to:
- have a general knowledge of pain management
- be able to list 3 types of pain
- be able to calculate rescue doses and titrate pain medication
- have a general understanding of pharmacology for other types of pain
- give examples of how to manage side effects of pain therapy
- recognize special populations
Kristin Barnum, RN, BSN, MBA
Kristin has over 15 years in the hospice industry, She began as a field RN case manager then moved into a clinical manager role in southern NH. Next Kristin assisted in opening a new hospice residence in Merrimack NH. Her next role was as an education and quality specialist for a large non profit hospice agengy serving over 400 hospice patients. Kristin then lead a small governmental hospice in central Massachusetts before moving to the Upper Valley to open BAYADA’s first hospice office in Norwich VT. She is now the Snowdrop Division Director overseeing 4 hospice offices in VT.
No relevant conflict of interest or financial relationships were disclosed for this educational activity by any of the authors or presenters.
- 1.00 Contact hours (ANCC)
- 1.00 Participation