Presentation Title

To Determine the Usefulness of the PainCQ-20 as a Measure of Interdisciplinary Pain Management Care Perception

Speaker Credentials

Assistant Professor

Speaker Credentials

Ph.D.

College

College of Nursing

Location

Nova Southeastern University, Davie, Florida, USA

Format

Podium Presentation

Start Date

16-2-2018 1:45 PM

End Date

16-2-2018 2:15 PM

Abstract

Objective: To examine a modified Pain Care Quality PainCQ-20 as a measure of interdisciplinary pain management care (IPMC) perception. Purpose: To determine the usefulness of the PainCQ-20 as a measure of sustained perception in IPMC among older nursing home residents with chronic pain. Aims: (1) to evaluate the content validity of the PainCQ-20 survey; (2) to examine the PainCQ-20 survey as a measure of sustained perception in IPMC; and (3) to determine if scores from the PainCQ-20 survey correlate with a resident’s length of stay (LOS) while controlling covariates pain intensity, pain interference, depression, and anxiety. Research design: A test-retest for sustained repeatability with a convenience sample of residents from nursing homes in southern Florida. Additional instruments for covariates: (1) the Faces Pain Scale-Revised for pain intensity ratings, (2) the Brief pain Inventory for pain interference (3) the five-item Geriatric Depression Scale for depression, and (4) the Geriatric Anxiety Inventory for anxiety. Also, field notes will denote items that residents have difficulty with on the PainCQ-20. Data analysis: Content validity of the PainCQ-20 survey will be examined using descriptive content analysis to code field notes related to the PainCQ-20 survey. A paired sample correlation will be used on scores from the PainCQ-20. Also, PainCQ-20 scores will be were compared to a resident’s LOS, while controlling covariates using ANCOVA. Potential significance: The survey has the potential for being a useful quality improvement tool for identifying how nursing home residents perceive the quality of their pain management care.

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Feb 16th, 1:45 PM Feb 16th, 2:15 PM

To Determine the Usefulness of the PainCQ-20 as a Measure of Interdisciplinary Pain Management Care Perception

Nova Southeastern University, Davie, Florida, USA

Objective: To examine a modified Pain Care Quality PainCQ-20 as a measure of interdisciplinary pain management care (IPMC) perception. Purpose: To determine the usefulness of the PainCQ-20 as a measure of sustained perception in IPMC among older nursing home residents with chronic pain. Aims: (1) to evaluate the content validity of the PainCQ-20 survey; (2) to examine the PainCQ-20 survey as a measure of sustained perception in IPMC; and (3) to determine if scores from the PainCQ-20 survey correlate with a resident’s length of stay (LOS) while controlling covariates pain intensity, pain interference, depression, and anxiety. Research design: A test-retest for sustained repeatability with a convenience sample of residents from nursing homes in southern Florida. Additional instruments for covariates: (1) the Faces Pain Scale-Revised for pain intensity ratings, (2) the Brief pain Inventory for pain interference (3) the five-item Geriatric Depression Scale for depression, and (4) the Geriatric Anxiety Inventory for anxiety. Also, field notes will denote items that residents have difficulty with on the PainCQ-20. Data analysis: Content validity of the PainCQ-20 survey will be examined using descriptive content analysis to code field notes related to the PainCQ-20 survey. A paired sample correlation will be used on scores from the PainCQ-20. Also, PainCQ-20 scores will be were compared to a resident’s LOS, while controlling covariates using ANCOVA. Potential significance: The survey has the potential for being a useful quality improvement tool for identifying how nursing home residents perceive the quality of their pain management care.