LEARNING PAIN MANAGEMENT DURING CLINICAL MEDICAL EDUCATION: A CASE REPORT

https://doi.org/10.22146/jpki.62757

Astrid Pratidina Susilo(1*), Raden Besthadi Sukmono(2)

(1) Faculty of Medicine Universitas Surabaya
(2) Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Background: Heath professionals’ competence in the pain assessment and management is necessary to improve the quality of pain management. Evidence about pain learning in Indonesia is limited.

Aims: This case report aimed to describe the learning and evaluation of 5th year medical student in a faculty of medicine in Indonesia on the pain assessment and management. The pain learning was introduced in a pre-internship module using lecture, case discussion, and the learning in the clinical rotation.

Case discussion: PQRST mnemonic (Provoke and Palliate, Quality, Region and Radiation, Severity, Time) is introduced as a structure in the pain assessment. The OSCE showed that students need to improve the skills of communication and professionalism.

Conclusion: PQRST mnemonic is beneficial to structure the pain assessment, but not enough to help students perform a holistic approach to the patient.

 


Keywords


pain learning, holistic, communication, professionalism

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