The Intersection of Pain Practice, Research and Policy: Experiences in Improving Pain Control in Peace and War

rosemary polomanoby Pamela Ressler, MS, RN, HN-BC, PREP faculty and blog moderator, Pain Research, Education and Policy Program, Tufts University School of Medicine

The Pain Research, Education and Policy Program welcomes Rosemary C. Polomano, PhD, RN, FAAN, Professor of Pain Practice, Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care (Secondary) at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing and
Perelman School of Medicine to Tufts on Tuesday October 14 (4-5 PM, DeBlois Auditorium, Sackler Building 1st floor,145 Harrison Avenue, Tufts Medical School, Boston). She will be discussing her experiences  in improving pain control and treating pain with members of the armed services, as well as addressing the intersection of practice, research and policy in times of war and peace.

Dr. Polomano, an accomplished researcher and clinician, has co-authored more than 25 peer reviewed data-based publications. Her research focuses on instrument development and testing of patient-reported outcome measures with emphasis on improving pain management and pain control with military service members and veterans experiencing pain from combat-related injuries.

Please join the students, alumni, faculty and friends of the Tufts’ Pain Research, Education and Policy Program for this important and informative lecture on Tuesday, October 14.  Read more on the PREP Website

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Top 4 Reasons to Return to Tufts

by Pamela Katz Ressler, RN, BSN, HN-BC, MS-PREP candidate, PREP-AIRED moderator and administrator, Tufts University School of Medicine

The Pain Research, Education and Policy Program(PREP) is the first and only multidisciplinary university-based pain curriculum program in the nation.  There are numerous reasons to become part of the PREP program: small class sizes, diverse student backgrounds, and expert faculty are a few of the unique qualities of the program.  What also sets the PREP program apart is the continued connection with PREP alumni, who are are welcomed and encouraged to remain an integral part of the PREP program.  

Here are 4 top reasons for PREP Alumni to return to Tufts:

#4 Meet world renowned speakers and authors:

Please join us to hear two prominent pain experts lecturing in April.  Melanie Thernstrom will be speaking about her acclaimed book, The Pain Chronicles on April 12, 2011 at 4pm in the Wolff Auditorium at Tufts Medical Center. 

Dr. Rollin (Mac) Gallagher of the University of Pennsylvania and the VA Administration will describe recent efforts to alleviate pain and suffering beginning in the battlefield and extending through rehabilitation.  He will be speaking in the Wolff Auditorium at Tufts Medical Center at 4pm.  The date of his lecture is April 21, 2011.

#3 Network with New Alumni 

Come and hear our graduating MS student capstone presentations on Monday, May 2 from 3:30pm to 5:00pm in Conference Room 1, M&V Building.   We would love your support and networking with our hard-working graduates. 

#2 Enroll in a Tufts course and save 75% 

Did you know that all alumni from the Public Health and Professional Degree programs are able to enroll in a maximum of three courses in PHPD (one per year) at a 75% savings???  Yes, you can take that elective that you always wanted to and spend only 25% on that course!  Contact Lauren Budd, Assistant Registrar at lauren.budd@tufts.edu  for more information.

#1 Expand your world by connecting with PREP’s social media sites

In addition to PREP-AIRED, the PREP program’s widely read blog, the PREP program now has its own Facebook page.  Join the community of current students, policy makers, leaders in the pain conversation and alumni by “liking” our page.  Here is the link: http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/PREP-Pain-Research-Education-and-Policy-Graduate-Program-Tufts/198047410219415

What are your top reasons for returning to Tufts?

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