Paul Prem Nathenson has been involved in ARN since the mid-1990s. He has served as both president and president elect of the organization, he has also been a conference chairperson and health policy committee chairperson. He is a recipient of the President’s award and the distinguished service awa...
Paul Prem Nathenson has been involved in ARN since the mid-1990s. He has served as both president and president elect of the organization, he has also been a conference chairperson and health policy committee chairperson. He is a recipient of the President’s award and the distinguished service award both from ARN. After working in rehabilitation and long-term care for more than 20 years, Prem decided on a new career path and went back to school to become a nurse practitioner. He works in a clinic called Simple Path Health & Wellness with his wife Nancy. He holds a Doctor of Nursing Practice from Methodist College in Omaha, Nebraska
Sophie Nathenson is a social health research and curriculum designer based in Portland, Oregon. She is an Associate Professor of Medical Sociology at the Oregon Institute of Technology, where she served as program developer and director of the Population Health Management Bachelor's Program and the Population Health Management Research Center in Klamath Falls, Oregon. Her research has covered topics related to complementary therapies and preventive health, spirituality, and coping. She loves working with her students at the Population Health Management Research Center and her most recent project was a two-county community food system and health assessment.
1. Summarize the trajectory of the opioid crisis and related morbidity and mortality.
2. Describe at least 3 types of Non-pharmacological interventions for pain management; For example; aromatherapy, music entrainment, touch therapies, breathing exercises, supplements; mindfulness, and meditation.
3. Discuss the results of an original research study on the effect of education on non-pharmacological approaches to pain management on nurses ’intentions to advocate for or utilize such approaches
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Credit: 1.25 Nursing Contact Hours; the ability to accept credit for this product expires on May 27th, 2020