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|1||Factors relevant to comprehensive pain assessment||Download|
|2||Six-step identification and assessment procedure for all residents who can communicate successfully||Download|
|3||Six-step procedure for all residents who cannot communicate successfully||Download|
|4||Pain behaviours used in validated observational pain scales||Download|
|5||Practical examples for responding to unhelpful thoughts||Download|
|6||Psychological ways of managing persistent pain||Download|
|7||Tips for sleep||Download|
|8||Moving with pain: management principles||Download|
|9||Considerations when using complementary therapies||Download|
|10||Key principles for managing pain in older people||Download|
|11||Considerations regarding preferred opioids in the older person||Download|
|12||Considerations regarding selected oral adjuvant analgesics in the older person||Download|
|13||Principles of analgesia at the end of life||Download|
|14||Screening of nutritional status||Download|
|15||Quality indicators for pain management in residential aged care facilities||Download|