Integrating JCAHO Pain Standards in Special Populations
November 2, 2001
Woodbridge, New Jersey, USA
Symposium Web Page: www.medsch.ucla.edu/som/medicine/cewm/education.asp
New Jersey Pain Initiative, American Cancer Society, Eastern Division, Inc., New Jersey Commission on Cancer Research
Who Should Attend:
Summarize the impact of JCAHO Pain Standards on practice.
Increase participants knowledge of current policy, research, and educational efforts directed at improving pain management.
Recognize leadership throughout New Jersey, who are effectively impacting organizations to improve pain management practice.
Identify measures to address barriers to effective pain management.
Identify means to improve pain management practice with special populations.
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