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nursing barriers to effective pain management
Pages 6 (1506 words)
Nursing barriers to effective pain management (Name) (Institution) (Course) (Tutor) (Date) Introduction It is apparent that there has been an extensive history of recorded medical literature discussing and analyzing undertreatment of pain for general healthcare and especially terminally ill patients.
A brief overview of the barriers to effective pain management Failure of nurses to proiritise pain relief Some nurses are ignorant to the priority of pain relief as an ethical and moral requirement of the medical profession in relation to denying patients therapeutic support while citing the lack of remedies. Cassell argues that modern medicine has failed to adequately address patient suffering, which should be a core value in an efficient system of medicine (Pasero and McCaffery 2011, pp. 25). The curative model adopted in major healthcare institutions denies chronically and terminally ill patients a chance of good healthcare. This is in support of what Henke, Frogge and Goodman (2005, p. 649) termed as the fear of medical professionals including nurses to be subjected into regulatory scrutiny by governmental agencies. Another nursing barrier towards effective pain management entails the curative model. This model tends to prioritise scientific objectivity undermining the patient’s own experiences, which could sometimes be more relevant. ...
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