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- Pain Management Interventions for Hip Fractures
This CME/CE activity is provided by PRIME Education, Inc. (PRIME®) and is accredited for a multi-disciplinary audience of health care practitioners. This activity is supported by contract number HHSA290201200021I from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. User data collected through this activity will reside on PRIME's educational portal for use by AHRQ.
Comparative Effectiveness of Pain Management Interventions for Hip Fractures: A Feedback-Based Learning Activity
- Program Overview
- Faculty Biographies
- Accreditation Statements
- Post-Test & Evaluation
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Activity DescriptionIn this video program, clinicians can answer embedded performance-based questions posed by expert faculty which pertain to evidence in pain management of hip fractures. In 2011, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) published a systematic research review on the comparative benefits and risks of pain management interventions for patients aged 50 years and older with hip fractures. Assessments of various pain management therapies were conducted during the pre-, intra-, or post-operative periods of treatment, within a 30-day period of care. The interventions evaluated in the AHRQ review included systemic analgesics, multimodal pain management, spinal and epidural anesthesia, complementary and alternative medicine, nerve blocks, and skin traction. Findings from the AHRQ are presented in this video, and interactive questions coupled with learner-specific feedback from the expert faculty are presented. Hip fractures cause significant morbidity and mortality, especially among older adults. Across the age range of 50 to 80 years, the incidence of hip fractures increases from approximately 23 to 1,300 cases per 100,000 people. In the first year after a hip fracture, short-term mortality rates range from 25% to 37% in women and men, respectively. Approximately 25% to 50% of older patients with hip fractures are unable to return to their pre-fracture living conditions within the first year. To reduce risks of complications associated with hip fracture, an essential aspect of medical care is pain management. Poorly managed pain can lead to delayed ambulation and transition to lower levels of care, as well as poor responses to interventions for comorbidities.
At the conclusion of this activity, the participant should be able to:
- Compare the effectiveness of the interventions for controlling acute and chronic pain
- Summarize the comparative effects of the interventions on mortality, functional status, health-related quality of life, and health services utilization
- Describe the adverse effects associated with the interventions
- Apply the systematic review findings to counseling patients about options for pain management following hip fractures
This CME activity is designed to meet the educational needs of physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, nurses, case managers, health educators and medical assistants.
Method of Participation
To receive a certificate for this activity, you should:
- Complete the learner assessment pretest
- View the entire activity online
- Complete an online evaluation & post-test
- Print your certificate online
The estimated time to complete this activity, including review of the materials, is 1.0 hour.
Term of Approval
September 30, 2011 through September 30, 2013. Original release date: September 30, 2011.
Acknowledgement of Support
There is no fee for this CME/CE activity. This activity is sponsored by PRIME Education, Inc (PRIME®) and funded under contract HHSA290201200021I from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
Faculty Biographies and Disclosures
R Sean Morrison, MD, FAAHPM
Director, National Palliative Care Research Center
Hermann Merkin Professor of Palliative Care
Professor of Geriatrics and Medicine
Brookdale Department of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
New York, NY
Carolyn LePage, PhD, ARNP
Barry University School of Nursing
Miami Shores, FL
Heidi Wynn Maloni, PhD, ANP-BC, CNRN, MSCN
National Clinical Nursing Director
Department of Neurology
Multiple Sclerosis Center of Excellence, East Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Trinity Nursing Program School of Professional Studies, Trinity Washington University
Clinical Preceptor and Instructor
Advanced Practice Programs, The Catholic University of America School of Nursing
Michele B Kaufman, PharmD, CGP, RPh
President, PRN Communications Inc.
Editor, Pharmacovigilance Forum, P&T Journal
Touro College of Pharmacy
New York, NY
Wanda F Carter, MPH, CHES
Community Collaboration Manager
Adjunct Professor, Axia College (U of Phoenix) Health Care Administration Program
Adjunct Professor, Ashford University Health Care Administration Program
PHPS Alumnus, CDC Scientific Education and Professional Development Program Office
Donna M Chiefari, BSc (Pharm), PharmD, RPh, FASHP
Adjunct Faculty & Preceptor
Albany College of Pharmacy
Joyce M Knestrick, PhD, CRNP, FAANP
Online Program Director
Associate Professor Georgetown University
Family Nurse Practitioner at Wheeling Health Right
Kathleen A Jarvis, MS, RN, CCM
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Richard W Rosenquist, MD
Chairman, Pain Management Department
This program is no longer accredited.
|Faculty Name ||Advisory Board||Consultant||Grants / Research||Salary / Contractual||Supported Promotional Education||Stock / Shareholder||Other Financial Support|
|R Sean Morrison, MD, FAAHPM
|Carolyn LePage, PhD, ARNP
|Heidi Wynn Maloni, PhD, ANP-BC, CNRN, MSCN
|Michele B Kaufman, PharmD, CGP, RPh
|Wanda F Carter, MPH, CHES
|Donna M Chiefari, BSc (Pharm), PharmD, RPh, FASHP
|Joyce M Knestrick, PhD, CRNP, FAANP
|Kathleen A Jarvis, MS, RN, CCM
|Richard W Rosenquist, MD
|Chris R Prostko, PhD|
Scientific Program Director
|Lynn Goldenberg, RN, BSN|
Director of Accreditation & Compliance
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Post-Test & Evaluation
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Clinician & Consumer Summaries on Hip Fracture
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