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Promoting the effective management of children’s pain
Promoting the effective management of children’s pain

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2.2 Alleviating stress for practitioners

Having identified that pain management could involve stress, practitioners also identified aspects of practice that could help alleviate stress with the intention of increasing practitioners’ confidence. This finding fits well with previous work on the positive impact confidence has on pain management, with confident nurses giving more analgesia to children in pain. Figures 6 and 7 shows some findings. Click through the circles and read the findings. Alternatively, click ‘toggle plain view’ or ‘long description’ for a more accessible version.

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Figure 6 (interactive): Confidence
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Figure 7 (interactive): Building confidence
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