This course is focussed on pain in childhood. Across three lectures, you will discover pragmatic strategies to grow in your clinical assessment, communication, and planning. You will hear case vignettes that deeply reflect the latest evidence growing rapidly in the paediatric world. This is an opportunity to expand your thinking and skillsets and deepen your knowledge underpinning everyday clinical practice. So dive into this content and explore what learning about pain science looks like for children and their families, now and into the future. This course includes a copy of Zoe and Zak’s Pain Hacks Book Series 1-5.
Who is this lecture series for?
The competencies expected to be achieved in each of the lectures:
Lecture 1: Assessing and understanding pain in children
• Appreciate the burden of persisting pain in children.
• Identify and use appropriate tools to assess biopsychosocial pain constructs in children of different ages and developmental stages.
• Recognise common and uncommon red flags for serious pathology in children with pain.
• Consider creative approaches to advocating for a child’s voice.
• Access a range of common outcome measures.
Lecture 2: Communicating about pain in children
Lecture 3: The practicalities of pain in children
This course is an opportunity to expand skills and contribute to the well-being of children and their families, offering a deeper understanding of pain science in paediatric practice. Dive into this transformative learning experience and elevate your clinical approach to paediatric pain care.
Included in this course is Zoe and Zak’s Pain Hacks Book Series 1-5
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