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ACP Pain Management 3: Pain Management Principles

Pain Management Learning Series

This interactive training series consists of 7 core modules and 2 sets of case studies.

Pain Management 3: Pain Management Principles identifies 6 underlying tenets of effective patient-centered care for management of chronic pain.

By the conclusion of this module, learners will be able to:

  • Target the underlying type of pain when treating the disease of chronic pain.
  • Identify affective, cognitive, and sociobehavioral determinants of pain.
  • Engage patients and their families in shared decision-making and goal setting.
  • Help patients engage in changes that improve function despite pain.
  • Use a multidisciplinary team approach to support patient self-management.
  • Follow key ethical imperatives when navigating challenging pain management situations.

Modules and CME/MOC credit are free to ACP Members. Nonmembers may purchase access to claim CME/MOC credit for each module for $25 or the full package of 7 learning modules and 2 sets of case studies for $199 by clicking “Learn More/Buy”.

The ACP Pain Management Learning Series is supported by an independent education grant funded by Pfizer, Inc., in partnership with Lilly USA, LLC.

CME/MOC:

Up to 2 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™ and MOC Points
Expires April 5, 2024   active

Cost:

Free to Members

Format:

Interactive Multi-Media

Product:

Pain Management Learning Series

This self-paced, comprehensive, multimedia series comprises 7 core learning modules, 2 case-based modules, and additional resources with over 23 hours of learning activities. It provides interactive and engaging training in pain assessment, nonpharmacologic treatment, nonopioid pharmacotherapy, rational use of opioids, and management of patients with both pain and opioid use disorder. With an emphasis on evidence-based communication skills, this series is designed to support patient partnership and successful navigation of chronic pain management challenges.