Pain, addiction, and the US opioid crisis: Exemplar nursing science
Other Title(s)Special Session
Author DetailsMargaret (Peggy) A. Compton, PhD, Associate Professor, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Pain and opioid addiction are not unrelated phenomena. In addition to sharing neural substrates, both are holistic bio-psychosocial-spiritual disorders, and amenable to independent nursing interventions. Reviewed are the pain responses of persons addicted to opioids and addiction assessment in patients receiving opioids for the treatment of chronic pain.
DescriptionVideo Length: Approximately 30 minutes
Repository Posting Date2020-10-14T19:26:42Z
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