British (Received Pronunciation - RP, BBC)
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welcome to pain management. This course is intended for general practitioners, practise nurses, practise based physiotherapists and psychological therapists. This course discusses how to employ a practical approach to pain management within your practise through patient identification, evaluation, prescribing and use of team management. The goals is to see improvement in pain management assessment, improve quality of care and treatment, and a reduction in appropriate investigations, strong analgesic prescriptions and referrals. After taking this course, you should be able to apply and build upon existing called GP skills. Distinguish how to change the agenda from acute to chronic pain management. Optimist the patient's medication regimen, Evaluate the use of investigations and specialist opinions. Incorporate the skills of the primary health care team to improve rehabilitation. Brian is a 44 year old construction worker who has come back to his general practitioner with a history of lower back pain. This has now been present for three months, being treated with anti inflammatory drugs and Coco inaudible and, of course, the physiotherapy