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Pain management for nurses
This webinar will provide an introductory overview of pain. It will cover the following: What is pain? How do you assess pain? How do you treat pain? Nursing tips and tricks.

Learning outcomes:
- Understand the pain pathways of the central and peripheral nervous systems.
- Understand pain assessment and the use of validated pain scales.
- Grasp the concepts of multi-modal analgesia
- Recognise contributing factors of the patient’s experience of pain.
- Be aware of nursing interventions and management strategies that may be used in the treatment of pain

By registering for this webinar, you will be registered to access the Praxhub education platform and provided login details, where you can view all of Interplast’s online education for free. If you don’t wish to be registered for the Praxhub platform, please email us (education@interplast.org.au)

May 25, 2021 04:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Hana Menezes
Burns Nurse Practitioner @Australia New Zealand Burns Association (VIC)
Hana’s interest in burn care was piqued during her years as an ICU nurse. Hana started in the Burns Liaison Nurse role in 2006, which taught her much about the burns specialty and solidified her passion for quality burns care. Hana is a regular contributor to Interplast Nursing Education programs. She is the Victorian representative on the board of the Australia New Zealand Burns Association and supports many of ANZBA’s burns education activities. In July 2018 Hana and the burns service successfully implemented the Burns Nurse Practitioner role. Hana practices in this role, which has enabled expansion of the burns service and a provided a unique professional challenge.
Karolin King
Clinical Nurse @St Vincent's Hospital Melbourne
Karolin has been an operating theatre nurse for over 20 years and a theatre educator at St. Vincent’s Private Hospital in Melbourne for the past 8 years. More recently she has held voluntary positions with the Australian College of Perioperative Nurses (ACORN) education and standards committees. For 3 years Karolin has been part of Interplast’s nurse training program in Samoa and regularly meet with other nurse educators at Interplast’s nurse working group. She believes there is something new to be learnt every day and sharing our knowledge and experience helps us to grow in confidence, skills and understanding.