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Effects of Training Programs on Knowledge and Attitudes of Nurses aboutPostoperative Pain

  title={Effects of Training Programs on Knowledge and Attitudes of Nurses aboutPostoperative Pain},
  author={Mansour Arab and Fatemeh Shirzadi and Sakineh Sabzvari and Yones Jahani and Maryam Rostami and Mohammad Ebrahimi and Nezar Ghanbarzehi and Abbas Balouchi},
Postoperative pain is a common experience in patients hospitalized in surgical units. Therefore, controlling and mitigating it are one of the priorities in nursing. The purpose of this study is to determine the effects of training on the knowledge and attitudes nurses about postoperative pain in patients hospitalized in surgical units of teaching hospitals of Kerman, Iran, in 2014. This study uses a quasi-experimental design and is conducted on 60 nurses working at surgical units of teaching… 
The study concluded that the majority of nurses in surgical ward had knowledge deficit concerning management of patient with postoperative pain, and recommends to encouraging nurses to enroll in sessions of special courses and conference to improve their knowledge and keep them up to date toward postoperativePain management.
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