Controversies in Pain Management 2012 Handouts

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Lectures:

  1. Improving Patient Functionality in a Primary Care Setting
    David J. Tauben, M.D.
    Clinical Associate Professor
    Medical Director UW Center for Pain Relief
    Director of Medical Student Education in Pain Management
    University of Washington
    Seattle, Washington
    No presentation yet

  2. Practical Techniques in Opioid Risk Management: Using Them Safely, Sorting Out the Rhetoric
    Steven D. Passik, PhD
    Professor of Psychiatry
    Professor of Anesthesiology
    Vanderbilt University
    Nashville, TN
    handouts will be available shortly

  3. Strategies for Successful Patient/Provider Communication
    Erin E. Krebs, M.D., M.P.H. (VA)
    Associate Professor of Medicine
    University of Minnesota Medical School
    Minneapolis, MN
    -click here for Black and White handouts-
    -click here for Color handouts-

  4. The BioPsychoSocial Approach to Functional Improvement
    Julie M. Fritz, PT, PhD, ATC
    Assistant Professor
    College of Physical Therapy
    College of Health
    University of Utah
    Salt Lake City, UT
    -click here to download handouts-

  5. Pulling it All Together/Measuring Outcomes
    David Tauben, MD
    No presentation yet

Workshops:

  1. The Pain Assessment
    David Tauben, MD
    No presentation yet

  2. Psychological Assessment
    Shelley Silvers, PhD
    -click here for Black and White handouts-
    -click here for Color handouts-
    PCS (Pain Catastrophizing Scale) is available as a free download
    Further Development of the Multidimensional Pain Readiness to Change Questionnaire

  3. Pharmacotherapy
    John Bossaer, PharmD
    Assistant Professor
    Pharmacy Practice
    Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy
    East Tennessee State University
    Johnson City, TN
    -click here to download Black and White handouts-
    -click here to download Color handouts-
    Opiods 911 Toolkit is available as a free download

  4. Response Approach to PT
    Julie M. Fritz, PT, PhD, ATC
    -click here for handouts-

  5. Recreational Therapy
    Shelley Silvers, PhD
    -click here for Black and White handouts-
    -click here for Color handouts-
    Pleasant Activities List (PAL) is available as a free download
    Leisure Planning is available as a free download

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