Sociological basis of pain

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  • Describe the impact of age, gender, family, culture, spirituality, and the environment on the pain experience
  • Pain across the life span
    Describe the implications and assessment of pain in infancy, childhood, and adolescence with reference to optimizing physical, psychological, educational and social development and integrate these into the management strategy.
    Including specific problems faced by the elderly with painful conditions with respect to the influence of co-morbidities, access to appropriate services and maintenance of independence etc
  • Describe and explain the thoery of social learning in relation to pain.


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