Developing Postoperative Pain Management: utilising the Promoting Action on Research Implementation in Health Services (PARIHS) Framework: Utilising the PARIHS Framework to Develop Postoperative Pain Practices

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Abstract

Background: The development of acute pain services (APS), education programmes, and protocols was based on the assumption of an expectation that health care professionals would integrate evidence into everyday practice. However, research evidence into pain management would suggest that this is not the case.

Approach: Through a review of the literature, the authors aim to (1) explore the factors that have a significant influence on getting evidence into practice (using the PARIHS model as a guide) and (2) examine the relevance of these factors to postoperative pain practices.

Findings: The need to assist clinicians with developing a greater awareness of the competing and complex influences that surround pain management practices is outlined.

Recommendations: There is a necessity to adopt a systematic, rigorous and multidimensional approach to pain management issues, utilising the PARIHS framework as a guide to improve pain practices.
LanguageEnglish
Pages131-141
Number of pages10
JournalWorldviews on Evidence Based Nursing
Volume2
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 15 Aug 2005

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Keywords

  • Evidence
  • Context
  • facilitation
  • culture
  • pain management
  • Knowledge

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