Mar 23, 2016

Hospital Pain Care Needs Improvement — Pain News Network

By Barby Ingle, Columnist  Most hospital staffs are poorly trained in pain management, in my opinion. They are used to acute emergency situations and seeing many of the same ones over and over. So when a “zebra” (someone with a complex chronic condition) gets pushed in on a stretcher, they tend to have thoughts like these: “Oh boy, I am going to have to work.” “I don’t believe...

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