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Evaluation of the Impact of an Online Opioid Education Program for Acute Pain Management.

The University of Washington instituted a policy requiring all credentialed clinicians who prescribe opioids to complete a one-time education activity about safe and responsible opioid prescribing. A scenario-based, interactive online learning module was developed for opioid management of acute pain in hospitalized adults. This study examined the impact of the education module on learners' knowledge, perceived competence, and use of guideline-adherent practices.

Fresh Conversations, a SNAP-Ed Program for Older Adults: Feedback From Program Facilitators.

As part of a statewide Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-Education program evaluation, Fresh Conversations (FC) facilitators (ie, educators) provided input into a new delivery model.

Quality of Patient Education Materials on Safe Opioid Management in the Acute Perioperative Period: What Do Patients Find Online?

Guidelines on postoperative pain management recommend inclusion of patient and caregiver education on opioid safety. Patient education materials (PEMs) should be written at or below a sixth grade reading level. We designed this study to compare the readability of online PEMs related to postoperative opioid management produced by institutions with and without a regional anesthesiology and acute pain medicine (RAAPM) fellowship.

Implementation of a Carrier Screening Program in a High-Risk Undergraduate Student Population Using Digital Marketing, Online Education, and Telehealth.

Access to preconception carrier screening, which provides at-risk couples with more reproductive options, is critically important. To address this need in the Jewish community, genetic counselors at Emory University launched JScreen (, a national online genetic disease education and carrier screening program. To reach the preconception demographic, JScreen initiated a study evaluating the impact of marketing and education on knowledge and screening activity on college campuses.

The societal costs of chronic pain and its determinants: The case of Austria.

Chronic pain is among the most burdensome conditions. Its prevalence ranges between 12% and 30% in Europe, with an estimated 21% among Austrian adults. The economic impact of chronic pain from a societal perspective, however, has not been sufficiently researched. This study aims to provide an estimate of the societal costs for working-age adults with chronic pain in Austria. It explores the impact of sex, number of pain sites, self-reported pain severity, health literacy and private health insurance on cost...

Reminiscence About Physical Activity: A Pilot Study to Reduce Pain in Older Adults.

The aim of the current randomized attention control pilot study was to conduct a preliminary test of a facilitated reminiscence intervention about past physical activity for the effect on increased physical activity and reduced pain in older adults with osteoarthritis. Thirteen older adults were randomized to the facilitated reminiscence or health education group and participated in six individual sessions over 6 weeks. Reminiscence functions, self-reported physical activity, pain intensity, and pain interf...

Evaluation of a Computer-Based HIV Education Program for Adults Living with HIV.

This study evaluated a computer-delivered HIV and antiretroviral treatment education program in adults (N = 102) living with detectable HIV viral loads (> 200 copies/mL). The self-paced program provided immediate feedback for responses and financial incentives for responding correctly. The program was divided into three courses and a test of content from all three courses was delivered before and after participants completed each course. Test scores on the content delivered in Courses 1, 2 and 3 impro...

Innovative strategies: Increased engagement and synthesis in online advanced practice nursing education.

The struggle to maintain quality education in the online environment has brought about the redesign for the family nurse practitioner courses.

Partnering to Develop Online Teaching Skills for Master of Science in Nursing Education Students.

The continued growth of online programs in nursing education creates a demand for faculty who are familiar with the best practices in online pedagogy. However, the opportunity to become familiar with, and then apply, these best practices is often not available to students enrolled in Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) nursing education programs.

Partnering With an Online Program Management Company: Heresy, Innovative Entrepreneurship, or an Evolving Mind-Set?

Health professions education: advancing geriatrics and gerontology competencies through Age- Friendly University (AFU) Principles.

This article elucidates opportunities for health professions education programs to make a mark in the Age Friendly University (AFU) initiative. Specifically, key approaches are introduced for health professions education programs based on the Age Friendly University Global Network initiative and the Academy for Gerontology/Geriatrics in Higher Education (AGHE) Program of Merit for Health Professions Programs. Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) that offer health professions education, have various options ...

Turning Pain into Gain: Evaluation of a Multidisciplinary Chronic Pain Management Program in Primary Care.

To measure the impact of the multidisciplinary Turning Pain Into Gain program in people experiencing chronic pain of any etiology.

Discussions on real-world acupuncture treatments for chronic low-back pain in older adults.

Chronic low-back pain (CLBP) is one of the most common pain conditions. Current clinical guidelines for low-back pain recommend acupuncture for CLBP. However, there are very few high-quality acupuncture studies on CLBP in older adults. Clinical acupuncture experts in the American Traditional Chinese Medicine Association (ATCMA) were interested in the recent grant on CLBP research announced by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. The ATCMA experts held an online discussion on the sub...

Improving working memory and pain inhibition in older persons using transcranial direct current stimulation.

The aim of the present study was to examine whether transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) could enhance working memory and pain inhibition in older persons. Fifteen volunteers (7 women, 8 men; mean ± SD: 64 ± 4.4 y.o.) participated in two tDCS sessions during which an n-back task was performed with two levels of working memory load, while painful stimulation was delivered at the ankle. The experiment included five within-subject counterbalanced conditions (pain alone and 0-back or 2-back ...

Optimizing the Learning and Working Environment for Radiology Residents.

In the newest revision of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Common Program Requirements, substantial changes were made to section VI now entitled "The Learning and Working Environment." The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education expanded section VI to include patient safety, quality improvement, supervision, accountability, well-being, and fatigue mitigation realizing work hours represent only one part of the work environment.

Sociodemographic inequality in joint-pain medication use among community-dwelling older adults in Israel.

Joint pain is a common experience among adults aged 65 and over. Although pain management is multifaceted, medication is essential in it. The paper examines the use of medication among older adults with joint pain in Israel and asks whether socioeconomic factors are associated with this usage. The data, harvested, from the Survey of Health, Aging and Retirement in Europe (SHARE), include 1,294 randomly selected community-dwelling individuals aged 65 and over in Israel. Bivariate analysis and logistic regres...

Development of culturally sensitive Pain Neuroscience Education for first-generation Turkish patients with chronic pain: A modified Delphi study.

Pain Neuroscience Education (PNE) has been recognized as an efficacious approach for chronic pain, but evidence for these findings have mainly been gathered in Caucasian patient populations. In recent years, it has been proposed that the treatment of pain and patient information materials should be culturally sensitive for different ethnic populations and cultures since cultural variations in pain beliefs and cognitions.

Chronic pain in adults with sickle cell disease is associated with alterations in functional connectivity of the brain.

Chronic pain affects 50% of adults with sickle cell disease (SCD). Although central sensitization is thought to contribute to the pathogenesis of this chronic pain, no studies have examined differences in functional connectivity of the brain between patients with SCD with and without chronic pain. We performed an observational cohort study using resting-state functional MRI (rsfMRI) of the brain on adults with SCD with and without chronic pain. We tested the hypothesis that, compared to those without chroni...

Effects of Pain Neuroscience Education on Physician Assistant Students Understanding of Pain and Attitudes and Beliefs About Pain.

Evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of two different pain neuroscience education (PNE) lectures provided to physician assistant (PA) students. Primary outcomes explored were knowledge of pain and shift in attitudes and beliefs about chronic pain after the lecture.

Challenges in Implementing an E-Learning Education Program for Syringe Pump Use.

To prevent the incidence of risks imputable to human error during the process of preparing the infusion pump, clarity in teaching and learning are required. Because traditional classroom training is difficult and time-consuming, the aim of the present study was to challenge the implementation of an e-learning education program for syringe pump use. The impact of the e-learning program was evaluated with 100 nurses between March and June 2016. The e-learning program significantly increased general baseline k...

Online repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation during working memory in younger and older adults: A randomized within-subject comparison.

Working memory is the ability to perform mental operations on information that is stored in a flexible, limited capacity buffer. The ability to manipulate information in working memory is central to many aspects of human cognition, but also declines with healthy aging. Given the profound importance of such working memory manipulation abilities, there is a concerted effort towards developing approaches to improve them. The current study tested the capacity to enhance working memory manipulation with online r...

How Much Is Needed? Comparison of the Effectiveness of Different Pain Education Dosages in Patients with Fibromyalgia.

To assess the effect of different dosages of pain neuroscience education (PNE) programs on central nociceptive processing in patients with fibromyalgia. Second, to compare the effects of different dosages of PNE programs on numerical pain rating scale (NPRS), disability, and psychological variables.

Aging Individuals With Down Syndrome and Dementia as Teachers: Learnings from Staffin a Developmental Disability Program in Long-Term Care.

Older adults with Down syndrome (DS) and dementia are an emerging sub-population. With much longer life spans than decades ago, issues have arisen as to where these aging adults will live and how nurses and other staff in facilities can provide effective care to these individuals. The current article presents a research study that examined the learnings of nurses and staff members working within a western Canadian program for older adults with DS and dementia. These learnings include: the importance of lear...

School Health as a Strategy to Improve Both Public Health and Education.

Because schools materially influence both health and education, they substantially determine the future well-being and economic productivity of populations. Recent research suggests that healthier children learn better and that more educated adults are healthier. School health is a crossdisciplinary field of study and a fundamental strategy that can be used to improve both health and education outcomes. Modern school health programs include 10 interactive components: health education; physical education and...

The Association of Joint Pain and Dipeptidyl Peptidase-4 Inhibitor Use Among U.S. Adults With Type-2 Diabetes Mellitus.

The purpose of this study was to examine the association of dipeptidyl peptidase-4 inhibitors (DPP4Is) with joint pain in adults with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). This was a retrospective cross-sectional study design, pooling data from the 2012 and 2014 Medical Expenditure Panel Survey. The sample consisted of 4,559 T2DM patients older than 40 years with (n = 3,224) or without joint pain (n = 1,335). Chi-square test and logistic regression were used to describe association of DPP4I use with jo...

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