Sessions held every other Tuesday starting April 20th through September 21st from 12:00-1:00pm EST
Chronic pain has a profound impact on children’s function, mood, and quality of life. This course will engage participants in how to deliver practical, effective, multidimensional care for various types of pain conditions. It will examine the complex, biopsychosocial contributors to the experience of chronic pain and explore the integration of different treatments: pharmacologic, interventionalist, psycho-behavioral, physical and movement therapies, and complementary approaches. Substance use and mental health interfaces will be addressed throughout.
At the conclusion of this learning activity, (at least 75% of) participants will be able to implement an effective pain management plan after successful completion of an appropriate assessment of children with pain that includes identification of biological, psychosocial and behavioral contributors to pain.
|1 - The Biopsychosocial Model of Pain Medicine||4/20/2021|
|2 - Pain Neuroscience: Explaining Pain to Youth & Families||5/4/2021|
|3 - Mind-Body Medicine for Pediatric Pain||5/18/2021|
|4 - Rationale for comprehensive pain care, Comprehensive pain care in the office||6/1/2021|
|5 - Non-opioid medications in pediatric pain treatment||6/15/2021|
|6 - Biofeedback for Pediatric Pain||6/29/2021|
|7 - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for Pediatric Pain||7/13/2021|
|8 - Educating & Engaging Parents as Pain-Team Members||7/27/2021|
|9 - Physical approaches to pain management||8/10/2021|
|10 - Opioids in pediatric pain management||8/24/2021|
|11 - Interventionalist approaches||9/7/2021|
|12 - Common Peds Diagnoses: Headache + Functional Abdominal Pain||9/21/2021|