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These cards are a multi-use, helpful tool to assist in communication with children and families who are non-verbal or non-English speaking. 17 pages of cards with friendly emoji’s depicting common […]Read More
COURSE MATERIALS ARE NOW AVAILABLE!! An innovative pilot course to learn new ways to manage pain and anxiety in children and adolescents…and adults too!Download Materials NOW!
October 2017- Just released new short video touring the updated Dosing Guide. View the video and download your FREE Dosing Guide!Click HERE to watch!
Medical Communication Cards1
Distraction Toolkit and Nonpharmacologic Techniques2
NEW VIDEO! Tour the Pain Management and Dosing Guide3
COURSE MATERIALS ARE NOW AVAILABLE!! An innovative pilot course to learn new ways to manage pain and anxiety in children and adolescents…and adults too!
October 2017- Just released new short video touring the updated Dosing Guide. View the video and download your FREE Dosing Guide!
PAMI Top Resources- Quick Links
- Learning Modules (click this link to register or log into the PAMI online course) PAMI module topics: (Each module is 2 credit hours.)
You DO NOT need to take modules in listed order!
Pharmacologic Treatment of Pain in the ED
Acute Pain Management in the Emergency and Acute Care Settings
Pre-hospital and EMS Management of Pain
Procedural Sedation and Analgesia (PSA) in Adults and Children
Pediatric Pain in Acute Care Settings
Nonpharmacologic Treatment of Pain
For PAMI and general inquiries:
Raina Davidman, MBA, LPN, EMT
University of Florida Health Science Center/Jacksonville
Department of Emergency Medicine Division of Research
655 West 8th Street
Jacksonville, FL 32209
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Funding is provided by Florida Medical Malpractice Joint Underwriting Association (FMMJUA)
Breaking Pain Related News
- Emergency Department Contribution to the Prescription Opioid Epidemic
- Better Sleep=Reduced PTSD and Associated Chronic Pain in Children
- Trigger Point Diagnosis At Last, the First Word on Consensus
- FDA Revises Cough and Cold Product Labeling to Limit Pediatric Use
- Game On: Virtual Reality as Pain Treatment Shows Promise in Early Trials
- The Joint Commission Enhances Pain Assessment and Management Requirements for Accredited Hospitals
American Pain Society
- Physician says chronic pain patients may need opioids
February 14, 2018
- Patients with fibromyalgia have greater eye pain, sensitivity
February 14, 2018
Pain and sensitivity in the eye were increased among patients with fibromyalgia, compared with a healthy control group, resea -More-
Pain Medicine News
- New Monoclonal Antibody Targets Pathway to Prevent Migraine
February 15, 2018
Las Vegas—The investigational monoclonal antibody (MAB) galcanezumab has demonstrated efficacy in preventing both episodic and chronic migraine in new phase 3 clinical trials.
- Pediatric Screening Tool Predicts Transformation of Acute Pain to Chronic Pain
February 15, 2018
Use of a pediatric pain screening tool can predict the onset of chronic pain for adolescents with acute childhood musculoskeletal pain, according to researchers.
January 2018: Pain Week Podcasts
- Why Emergency Departments Love Ketamine
- Child Life 101 for Emergency Departments and Emergency Care Providers
- Case Scenarios in ED Pain Management: Don't Let First Impressions Fool You!
- How to Complete a Rapid Pain Assessment in a Busy ED
- Pain Week Journal (PWJ) The Challenges of Assessing Pain in a Busy Emergency Department by Sophia Sheikh & Phyllis Hendry
- Action News Jax reports on the Distraction Toolkit
- Podcast: Cover2 Resources Dr. Hendry explains how PAMI provides both physicians and patients with free access to pain management education to include videos, dosing guides, and discharge plans to make sure patients are fully aware of their options.
- New 4 Jax interviews Dr. Hendry about our Distraction Toolbox
VIDEOs: Pain Week--Expert Opinion
Drs. Hendry and Sheikh, principle and sub-investigators for PAMI and both of whom work in emergency medicine, discuss pain as the 5th vital sign, what has changed and what needs to change in the ED.
See more at http://www.painweek.org