Bringing Pain Relief to Children
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Bringing Pain Relief to Children

Treatment Approaches
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ISBN-13:
9781617376825
Einband:
Previously published in hardcover
Seiten:
252
Autor:
G. Allen Finley
Gewicht:
369 g
Format:
229x152x13 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

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While in recent years there has been considerable progress in treating adult pain, children's pain has often been inadequately treated and the importance of place of treatment has been neglected. In Bringing Pain Relief to Children: Treatment Approaches, a panel of prominent clinician-scientists comprehensively reviews the latest developments in pediatric pain management, with special emphasis on the setting in which pain is detected and managed. The authors explore the cutting-edge of children's pain care in inpatient, outpatient, palliative care, school, and residential settings, and describe alternate approaches, including complementary and alternative medicine, pain management via the internet and information technology, and pain care in developing countries. They also consider the theory and explicit practice of knowledge dissemination, a critical issue regardless of the setting in which treatment is being delivered. The book is derived from the keynote talks given at the International Forum on Pediatric Pain, held at White Point Beach in Nova Scotia, Canada, in the fall of 2004. Innovative and state-of-the-art, Bringing Pain Relief to Children: Treatment Approaches offers pain specialists, pediatricians, nurses, psychologists, and other health professionals the latest research on the contexts in which children's pain can be treated and novel approaches to the management of their pain in different settings.
Hospital-Based Pain Care for Infants and Children
Brenda C. McClain
Treatment of Acute and Chronic Pain in the Outpatient Setting
Neil L. Schechter
Pain and Pain Relief in Pediatric End-of-Life Care
John J. Collins and Gerri Frager
Residential Treatment Settings for Adolescent Chronic Pain Management: Rationale, Development, and Evidence
Christopher Eccleston, Hannah Connell, and Nicola Carmichael
Managing Pediatric Pain at School
Ronald T. Brown
Efficacy of Complementary and Alternative Medicine Approaches for Pediatric Pain: State of the Science
Jennie C. I. Tsao, Marcia Meldrum, and Lonnie K. Zeltzer
Technology in Pediatric Pain Management
Patrick J. McGrath, Carolyn Watters, and Erin Moon
Developing Pain Services Around the World
G. Allen Finley and Paula A. Forgeron
Knowledge Translation and Pain Management
Shannon Scott-Findlay and Carole A. Estabrooks
Index
While in recent years there has been considerable progress in treating adult pain, children's pain has often been inadequately treated and the importance of place of treatment has been neglected. In Bringing Pain Relief to Children: Treatment Approaches, a panel of prominent clinician-scientists comprehensively reviews the latest developments in pediatric pain management, with special emphasis on the setting in which pain is detected and managed. The authors explore the cutting-edge of children's pain care in inpatient, outpatient, palliative care, school, and residential settings, and describe alternate approaches, including complementary and alternative medicine, pain management via the internet and information technology, and pain care in developing countries. They also consider the theory and explicit practice of knowledge dissemination, a critical issue regardless of the setting in which treatment is being delivered. The book is derived from the keynote talks given at the International Forum on Pediatric Pain, held at White Point Beach in Nova Scotia, Canada, in the fall of 2004.
Innovative and state-of-the-art, Bringing Pain Relief to Children: Treatment Approaches offers pain specialists, pediatricians, nurses, psychologists, and other health professionals the latest research on the contexts in which children's pain can be treated and novel approaches to the management of their pain in different settings. A panel of prominent clinician-scientists comprehensively reviews the latest developments in pediatric pain management, with special emphasis on the setting in which pain is detected and managed. The authors explore the cutting-edge of children's pain care in inpatient, outpatient, palliative care, school, and residential settings, and describe alternate approaches, including complementary and alternative medicine, pain management via the internet and information technology, and pain care in developing countries.