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, Volume 33, Issue 1, pp 66–72 | Cite as

Interprofessionelle schmerzmedizinische Ausbildung – mit, von und über kompetente, gemeinschaftlich agierende Teams zur Umgestaltung der Schmerzversorgung

  • Debra B. GordonEmail author
  • Judy Watt-Watson
  • Beth B. Hogans
Pain Clinical Updates
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Einleitung

Schmerz ist eine komplexe Empfindung, welche die Gesundheit, die Produktivität und das Wohlbefinden beeinflusst. Schmerz verlangt nach einem gemeinschaftlichen Teamansatz mit gemeinsamer Sprache und klar abgesprochenen Funktionen und Verantwortlichkeiten. Mit wenigen Ausnahmen ist in gesundheitswissenschaftlichen Curricula nur ein Minimalmaß an schmerzbezogenen Inhalten festgehalten. Viele dieser Inhalte sind wiederum nach Berufen fragmentiert und werden im Rahmen eines vollgepackten Lehrplans mit traditionellen Kursthemen wie Anatomie und Physiologie vermittelt [ 21]. Die meisten Mitarbeiter des Gesundheitswesens erlernen die Schmerztherapie bei der Arbeit. Oft sind sie schlecht darauf vorbereitet, in der Praxis als Mitglied eines Teams zu funktionieren. Auch wenn dokumentiert ist, dass die Ausbildung zu jeglicher Form von Schmerz verbessert werden muss, ist eine konsequente fachliche Ausbildung zum Thema Schmerz nicht weit verbreitet; es besteht also Innovationsbedarf. Die...

Schlüsselwörter

Interprofessionelle Ausbildung Schmerzbezogene Kompetenz Gemeinschaftliches Agieren 

Interprofessional pain education—with, from, and about competent, collaborative practice teams to transform pain care

Notes

Interessenkonflikt

D.B. Gordon, J. Watt-Watson und B.B. Hogans geben an, dass kein Interessenkonflikt besteht. D.B. Gordon und B.B. Hogans bekleiden leitende Positionen in den vom NIH Pain Consortium ernannten Exzellenzzentren für die schmerzmedizinische Ausbildung (Centers of Excellence in Pain Education [CoEPEs]) an ihrer Universität. J. Watt-Watson bekleidet eine leitende Position im IP-Curriculum-Programm der Universität Toronto.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Debra B. Gordon
    • 1
    Email author
  • Judy Watt-Watson
    • 2
  • Beth B. Hogans
    • 3
  1. 1.Division of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, School of MedicineUniversity of WashingtonSeattleUSA
  2. 2.Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, Massey CollegeUniversity of TorontoTorontoKanada
  3. 3.Department of NeurologyJohns Hopkins School of MedicineBaltimoreUSA

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