We’d like to thank you for your service, and for your sacrifices. In return, we hope that in these pages you’ll find information you can use as you make your journey to a fuller, more rewarding life.
We’re glad you’re here.
2015 Veterans in Pain Events
St. Cloud, MN April 22, 2015
Walla Walla, WA June 11, 2015
Charleston, SC June 17, 2015
Hampton, VA August 27-28, 2015
Providence, RI September 28, 2015
ACPA – Living with Pain Video Series
Veterans, check out the video we have made for you! Veterans In Pain Video
Please contact the American Chronic Pain Association at 1-800- 533-3231 to receive your free copy.
Pathways to Safer Opioid Use
Pathways to Safer Opioid Use is an immersive, interactive training tool that was designed using the opioid-related recommendations outlined in the National Action Plan for Adverse Drug Event Prevention (ADE Action Plan). The training uses the principles of health literacy and a multimodal, team-based approach to promote the appropriate, safe, and effective use of opioids to manage chronic pain.
This web-based training allows you to assume the role of 4 playable characters who make decisions – controlled by you – about preventing opioid-related adverse drug events (ADEs). The characters represent the following roles: primary care physician, nurse, pharmacist, andpatient.
In this behavior-based training using interactive video, you will learn how to:
- Apply health literacy strategies to help patients understand and act on information to prevent opioid-related ADEs
- Identify individual risk factors, opioid medications, and interactions that place individuals with chronic pain at increased risk for opioid-related ADEs
- Recognize the importance of a multidisciplinary, team-based approach to treating patients with chronic pain
- Demonstrate the ability to combine the principles of the Health Literate Care Model and the biopsychosocial model of chronic pain management through case study examples
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