Promoting Excellence : Detailed Pain Assessment

Children's Hospital: Detailed Pain Assessment

This tool records pain assessments, interventions, and outcomes for four age groups up to 18.

Clinical Care Tools - Pain Management

Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center
Pediatric Palliative Care Project
Mail Stop CM - 11
4800 Sand Point Way, N.E.
Seattle, WA 98105

Beth McKinstry
[email protected]

How the grantee used this instrument:
Self-administered by parent or guardian with in-person assistance from Consultant at the pre-enrollment home visit. Self-administered by parent and/or patient with assistance from agency case manager in-person on a prn basis. Parent and/or patient responds to telephone interview every three months.

pediatrics, pain assessment

To use this tool:
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Information/References on Validity and Reliability:
Quantifies patient's pain intensity for four age groups up to age 18, and for cognitively impaired children, drawing on patient, provider, and parent reports.

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Posted September 2003

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