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Managing Different Types of Pain in Palliative Care

Managing Different Types of Pain in Palliative Care

Managing Different Types of Pain in Palliative Care

Joanna Elverson
Joanna Elverson
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 05 Apr 2018
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Last updated: 09 Jul 2020

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This session describes management strategies for different types of pain seen in end of life care. It also discusses the psychosocial, spiritual and functional effects contributing to the personal experience, that need to be recognised and addressed. This session was reviewed by Professor Christina Faull and last updated in November 2014.

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By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Describe the mechanisms that underlie different pain types
• Provide examples of different types of pain experienced by end of life care patients
• Outline the key aspects of the multi-modal pain management approach that can be utilised to address different types of pain
Joanna Elverson

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Joanna Elverson
on behalf of Health Education England

Dr Jo Elverson is a Consultant in Palliative Medicine based at Helen & Douglas House in Oxford.

She studied and completed general medical training in Newcastle, gaining MRCP in 2006, and completed her specialist training in Oxford in 2010. She has an MA in Education (Winchester) and is passionate about teaching and training in a variety of settings. Working in a hospice for children and young adults, she is particularly interested in the challenges in providing palliative care for young adults with a wide range of conditions.

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