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management

(Directorate), noun administration, administrators, advisers, authority, board, board of direccors, bureau, bureaucracy, caretakers, central office, chair, chairmen, command, committee, controllers, custodians, decision-making body, directors, directorship, executive committee, executive office, executives, front office, governing body, government, headmen, leaders, leadership, officers, officials, party in power, power, presidency, presidium, regime, steering committee, stewards, strategists, superintendents, supervisors

management

(Judicious use), noun conduct, cunning practice, dealing, disposal, economic use, employment, frugality, handling, manipulation, operation, prudent conduct, running, skillful treatment, steerage, thrifty use, treatment, usage, utilization

management

(Supervision), noun administratio, administration, administrators, authority, board of directors, care, charge, command, control, controllers, cura, directorate, directors, directorship, executive arm, executives, generalship, governance, guidance, leadership, managers, managership, oversight, pilotage, protectorship, regulation, steering, stewardship, superintendence, surveillance, tractatio, wardship
Associated concepts: exclusive management, fraud in manngement, general management, management of one's affairs, management of property
See also: administration, agency, arrangement, auspices, authorities, board, bureaucracy, conduct, control, course, custody, direction, disposition, distribution, dominion, economy, employer, frugality, generalship, government, guidance, hierarchy, maneuver, operation, oversight, policy, regime, staff, strategy, supervision, supremacy, transaction, treatment, trust, usage
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A quasi-experimental, pre-post study on three Dutch medical-surgical units demonstrated 345 RNs, who received education on pain management as a daily numeric pain scale, were more accurate in their pain assessment and documentation than a nonequivalent control group of 358 RNs (de Rond, de Wit, van Dam, & Muller, 2000).
Moving forward, the unmet medical needs, together with the escalating disposable income of people in emerging economies, are likely to provide lucrative opportunities to pain management device manufacturers in the coming years.
Dr Jabri, who is also division head of the Pain Medicine Section at the Anaesthesiology Department of Tawam Hospital, said the event will be a unique opportunity for professionals to advance in pain management by promoting the exchange of current scientific knowledge and new strategies in order to overcome the difficult challenges and provide excellent care for those suffering from pain.
supports consumer and professional education about pain management, and
Pain management, including medication with potential for abuse, is a big business.
There are few comprehensive pain clinics like Stanford's, which take a holistic approach to pain management," she explains.
In this regard, a physician caretaker who provided inadequate pain management to an impaired adult, that in turn caused serious physical harm to that adult, could be held accountable under both the civil elder abuse laws and the criminal statutes of aggravated assault.
He educated himself by attending pain management workshops and developed pain assessment tools to be completed on admission, readmission, annually, and in some cases weekly.
Over the last five years, efforts have focused on establishing palliative care programs that focus on pain management, emotional support and bereavement services.
In addition, the Video shows how to assess noncommunicative, severely impaired seniors and how to break down barriers that prevent optimal pain management.
Furthermore, nonpharmacologic techniques are reported by patients as being useful in the pain management process (Van Kooten, 1999).