Innovations in Pain Management: Updated

Below are links to the content presented in the exciting updated program about the science and practice of pain management.

The following are links to pdf copies of the content presented in the Innovations with Pain Management: Updated 2 day course. To view the material presented, click on "Click to view" next to the session material you would like to see.

NOTE: You will need to type in the password given to you during the symposium to view the documents.

Pain Management Materials Links



Day 1


Pain Assessment pdf

by Erin Davis RN, BSN & Michele Fillman NP

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Innovations in Pain Management: Updated Overview of Medications pdf

by Tracey Mallick-Searle, Nurse Practitioner Stanford Hospital & Clinics: Pain Management

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  • Article: Management of Expected and Unexpected Opioid related Side Effects pdf

    by Juan-Diego Harris, MD
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  • Article: ACPA Resource Guide To Chronic Pain Medication & Treatment 2012 Edition pdf
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Physical Therapy & Pain pdf

by Rachel Feinberg, PT, DPT, Feinberg Medical Group

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Day 2


Complementary and Integrative Medicine for Pain pdf

by Wolf Mehling, MD, Osher Center for Integrative Medicine UCSF

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The Fibromylagia Syndrome: How Far We Have Come in Our Understanding and Management pdf

by Theresa Mallick-Searle, Senior Nurse Practitioner, Stanford University Medical Center: Division Pain Management

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Effects of Chronic Pain on Psychosocial Wellbeing pdf

by Joshua Kirz, PhD Stanford Pain Center

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Overview of Acupuncture pdf

by Jiang-Ti Kong, MD

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Pain Relief at the Bedside: A Stanford  Nurse's Perspective pdf

by Robin Martin Caban RN, CMSRN

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Hypnosis for Pain Management pdf

by Jiang-Ti Kong, MD

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Optimizing Nutrition for Pain Management pdf

by Heather Schwartz MS, RD Stanford Clinical Nutrition Department

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