Ordering From the Comfort Menu: An Innovative Way to Improve Compliance with Pediatric Procedural Pain Interventions and Encourage Caregiver Advocacy

Track: 60 Minute Podium

Session Number: 101
Date: Wed, Apr 24th, 2019
Time: 3:45 PM - 4:45 PM

Description:

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Session Type: Clinical Practice

Session Description: This session will provide attendees with an improved perspective on the importance of a standardized approach to procedural pain prevention, highlighting collaboration with patients and caregivers. The planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of a comfort menu will be shared.
Primary Presenter Bio: Alaina has been a pediatric nurse since 2012, serving as both an inpatient medical-surgical nurse and an ambulatory care nurse educator. She achieved certification as a pediatric nurse in 2014, and is currently pursuing her Masters of Science in Nursing Education. She has a passion about improving the pain experience for pediatric patients and their caregivers, and has been an active member of an interdisciplinary task force exploring needlestick and procedural pain for approximately 3 years.
Primary Presenter Institution: Cook Children's Health Care System
Presenter 2 Institution: Cook Children's Medical Center
Presenter 2 Bio: Barbara is a pediatric nurse providing pain management at Cook Children’s Medical Center since 2003. She is the service coordinator for a multidisciplinary pain management team in addition to serving as the chairperson for a hospital-wide pain committee and an active member of a needlestick pain prevention task force. She is also currently working with a multidisciplinary group committed to effective pain management and the creation of an opioid stewardship.
Session Type: Clinical Practice

Session Description: This session will provide attendees with an improved perspective on the importance of a standardized approach to procedural pain prevention, highlighting collaboration with patients and caregivers. The planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of a comfort menu will be shared.
Primary Presenter Bio: Alaina has been a pediatric nurse since 2012, serving as both an inpatient medical-surgical nurse and an ambulatory care nurse educator. She achieved certification as a pediatric nurse in 2014, and is currently pursuing her Masters of Science in Nursing Education. She has a passion about improving the pain experience for pediatric patients and their caregivers, and has been an active member of an interdisciplinary task force exploring needlestick and procedural pain for approximately 3 years.
Primary Presenter Institution: Cook Children's Health Care System
Presenter 2 Institution: Cook Children's Medical Center
Presenter 2 Bio: Barbara is a pediatric nurse providing pain management at Cook Children’s Medical Center since 2003. She is the service coordinator for a multidisciplinary pain management team in addition to serving as the chairperson for a hospital-wide pain committee and an active member of a needlestick pain prevention task force. She is also currently working with a multidisciplinary group committed to effective pain management and the creation of an opioid stewardship.