Michigan: Pain and Its Management
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Michigan: Pain and Its Management—Course Summary
Covers Michigan’s pain policies plus Joint Commission regulations for pain management. In addition, course includes major categories of pain; common sources of pain; pain assessment; and management in various special populations including children, older adults, and those at the end of life. Describes safe use of opioids for pain management and issues related to the abuse of prescribed opioids including the opioid epidemic.
Criteria for Successful Completion
Study the course material, achieve a score of 80% or higher on the post test (the post test can be repeated if a learner scores less than 80%), complete the course evaluation, and pay where required. No partial credit will be awarded.
Conflict of Interest / Commercial Support Disclosure
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ATrain Education, Inc. received no outside financial or commercial support in the preparation, presentation, or implementation of this learning activity and has no affiliation with any company whose products or services are mentioned in this activity.
If you are an occupational therapy professional, the following course information applies to you:
- Target Audience: Occupational Therapists, OTAs
- Instructional Level: Introductory
- Content Focus: Category 1—Domain of OT, Client Factors
Category 2—Occupational Therapy Process, Outcomes
When you finish this course you will be able to:
- Describe the prevalence of pain in the United States.
- Outline current Michigan State policies and programs related to pain management.
- State three differences between acute and chronic pain.
- List the five most common sources of pain.
- Explain the kinds and use of pain assessment tools.
- Compare the Self-Management and Pain Medicine models of pain management, highlighting three main differences between them.
- Identify the three components of analgesic pain management.
- Define tolerance, dependence, and addiction, and their place in an understanding of the opioid abuse crisis in the United States.
Lauren Robertson, BA, MPT
Susan Walters Schmid, PhD
- 3.00 Contact hours