Barriers to effective pain management.

  title={Barriers to effective pain management.},
  author={Eloise Carr},
  journal={Journal of perioperative practice},
  volume={17 5},
  pages={200-3, 206-8}
  • Eloise Carr
  • Published 2007 in Journal of perioperative practice
In this article my sole aim is to engage the reader to think about the management of pain in a different way. I have deliberately taken a less formal style but provided references if you are interested in following up. The management of pain has often been assumed to be a routine part of care, in fact in the perioperative arena it is the second most common nursing intervention (Juntilla et al 2005). Despite this activity, pain after surgery has been reported to be a consistent problem which has… CONTINUE READING

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