Event Title

The Effect of Preoperative Education on Postoperative Pain

Presenter Information

Shauna Farrell, Nursing

Faculty Sponsor(s)

Jean Coffey

Location

Hartman Union Building Courtroom

Presentation Type

Event

Start Date

5-3-2018 4:00 PM

End Date

5-3-2018 5:00 PM

Abstract

Patient tailored preoperative education is often a overlooked problem. One of the key issues as a result, is adult patients not developing the proper postoperative pain management knowledge. Pain is an intricate and complex problem proceeding surgery and can impact how patients recover. Consequently, postoperative pain requires a personalized approach rather than a general and simplified. Through a review of the literature, it was found that the lack of preoperative education has a direct effect on how patients are able to manage their postoperative pain. To help improve patients surgical experience and recovery, the research examined various interventions to implement in the preoperative phase, in an effort to uncover a solution. By doing so, nurses can identify and utilize tools to address preoperative education in order to provide patients with skills to use for postoperative pain management.

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The Effect of Preoperative Education on Postoperative Pain

Hartman Union Building Courtroom

Patient tailored preoperative education is often a overlooked problem. One of the key issues as a result, is adult patients not developing the proper postoperative pain management knowledge. Pain is an intricate and complex problem proceeding surgery and can impact how patients recover. Consequently, postoperative pain requires a personalized approach rather than a general and simplified. Through a review of the literature, it was found that the lack of preoperative education has a direct effect on how patients are able to manage their postoperative pain. To help improve patients surgical experience and recovery, the research examined various interventions to implement in the preoperative phase, in an effort to uncover a solution. By doing so, nurses can identify and utilize tools to address preoperative education in order to provide patients with skills to use for postoperative pain management.