Course Description: Chronic pain has a profound impact on children’s function, mood, and quality of life. This course will engage participants in how to deliver practical, effective, multidimensional care for various types of pain conditions. It will examine the complex, biopsychosocial contributors to the experience of chronic pain and explore the integration of different treatments: pharmacologic, interventionalist, psycho-behavioral, physical and movement therapies, and complementary approaches. Mental health interfaces will be addressed throughout.
Schedule: Every other Tuesday from 12:00-1:00 pm, beginning April 20.
Who should attend:
Anyone who treats children living with chronic pain or health conditions:
- Pediatricians and care teams
- Family Medicine
- Pediatric Nurses
- Pediatric Anesthesiology, GI, Rheumatology, Neurology, Psychiatry
- Social Workers
- Child Life Specialists
- Pediatric PTs and OTs
- All others with interest
Registration Information: To register, visit: https://connect.echodartmouth-hitchcock.org/Series/Registration/1368
Sessions are Free of Charge
Questions? Email: ECHO@hitchcock.org