Pharmacy: Pain Management Awareness for Pharmacists

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Learning Objectives
  • Define pain in general terms.
  • Recognize the individuality of pain and its perception.
  • Distinguish between different sources and types of pain.
  • Recognize the extent of the pain problem and its cost to society.
  • Adopt a general understanding of the pain signaling process.
  • Be familiar with the main sources of pain experienced by patients.
  • Be familiar with the various treatment options available to combat pain, including potential indications and side effects for each.
  • Become aware of the use of acupuncture and how it may be integrated into an individualized pain-management strategy.

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