Pain Management: An Interdisciplinary Approach

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Churchill Livingstone, 2000 - Medical - 438 pages
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Pain management is a growing area of interest for many health care professionals. This book examines the area, dealing specifically with the management of potentially chronic pain. It examines how to assess patients with pain, the factors involved in the development of chronic pain and the setting up and running of a pain management programme. The authors have focused both on what is done in the management of pain and whether and why it is done, covering not only the content of interdisciplinary pain management but also the processes involved. An essential reference for all health professionals involved in all aspects of pain management. Features: * Provides extensive background material and covers broad issues which other books lack * The focus of the book is not only what is done with the management of pain but whether and why it is done * Both authors have been closely involved in the establishment and ongoing management of The Pain Management Programme at Salford, one of the best in the world

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