Pediatric pain management: Best practices for creating a patient-centric process

On-demand webinar

When it comes to managing children’s pain, actively communicating and partnering with patients and their families is crucial.

Pain in children is often misunderstood. It can negatively impact the day-to-day lives of patients and their families. And many hospitals struggle to effectively assess, document and evaluate treatment efficacy.

In this webinar, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago leaders share steps for successfully promoting active engagement, improving the inpatient experience and affecting a culture change in how caregivers approach pain management with families and patients.

Leveraging Interactive Patient Care™ methodology and integrations between GetWellNetwork’s pain management Patient Pathway™ and their existing medication dispensing and EHR systems, Lurie Children’s has seen measurable improvements in pain experience scores, patient satisfaction and overall perception of care.

Attendees will learn how to:

  • Incorporate Interactive Patient Care methodology in pain treatment plans

  • Gain organizational buy-in and necessary support for affecting large-scale change

  • Engage front-line staff in optimizing workflows that promote patient-centric pain management

  • Implement and improve upon process changes using the Plan-Do-Study-Act problem-solving model

Suma Rao-Gupta, MPH, MBA
Suma Rao-Gupta, MPH, MBA
Director, Pedersen Family Learning Center & Health Sciences Library
David Kruger, MSN, BSN, CNML
David Kruger, MSN, BSN, CNML
Director, Emergency Services
Lisa Tieman, BSN, RN, CPN
Lisa Tieman, BSN, RN, CPN
Nursing Professional Development Practitioner

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