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Implications for practice and research
Adopting evidence-based learning theories for the development of tailored clinical educational programmes offers the potential of addressing evidence-practice gaps and impacting positively on patient-reported outcomes such as pain.
The effect of online learning interventions on nurses’ pain management skills for secondary outcomes, such as patients’ pain rating, need to be tested further by pragmatic randomised control trials.
Inadequate assessment has been identified as a factor contributing to unrelieved pain. This is especially true in specialist cancer and palliative care settings where pain is common.1 ,2 In Australia, services are expected to routinely assess pain …
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