Multimodal Pain Management: Is it Comprehensive? Is it Multi-Modal? Understanding the Multiple Modalities of Pain (.5 Class A CE)
Monday, September 24
12:30 PM - 1:00 PM
Location: Ballroom A, Hynes
Israel Akpadiaha, PhD, CRNA
Dept of Anesthesia and Critical Care Medicine, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Johns Hopkins Howard County General Hospital
Windsor Mill, Maryland
This presentation will address knowledge gap in current state of the science on the generation, propagation, amplification and sustenance of pain among nurse anesthetists. It will address the gap in the understanding of non-nociceptive modalities of pain and how to address them within the context of a comprehensive multi-modal pain management strategy.
- Understand the Neuromatrix Theory of Pain and appreciate the current state of the science in pain.
- Identify some common non-nociceptive modalities of pain and how they contribute to the generation, propagation, sustenance and amplification of pain.
- Understand practice strategies that will lead to comprehensive assessment of pain management needs of patients that address nociceptive and non-nociceptive modalities of pain within the context of comprehensive multi-modal pain management.