"I found this book extremely easy to read. It does much more than tell us what pain is and how to limit or prevent it. It explains the ethical aspects of pain management and makes us think about why and how we should manage patients’ pain, and what our rights and duties are in pain management. The book takes us from an explanation of pain, through pain assessment, pharmacology and management, and informs us how to plan for pain management, rather than only focussing on reactive pain control. It also looks at pain from the patient’s perspective and teaches us how to assess pain using a variety of recognised tools ... I will use this book again and again, and would recommend it to fellow students who are placed on wards where pain management and planning is required." Conor Hamilton, Student Nurse, Queens University Belfast, UK This practical introductory text provides an accessible guide to pain and how it affects patients and care giving. It considers: ...

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