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M.M. Huth & Shirley M. Moore      

          

 

Middle Range Nursing Theory: Acute Pain Management (Children).

 



Huth, M.M., & Moore, Shirley,M.

Huth MM, Moore SM. (1998). Prescriptive theory of acute pain management in infants and children. JSPN, Jan-Mar;3(1), 23-32.

Huth, M.M., & O‚Brien, M.E. (1999) Chronic conditions: Symptom management. In M.E. Broome & J.A. Rollins (Eds). Core Curriculum for the nursing care of children and their families, 289-304. Pitman, NJ: Janetti Publications, Inc

 

 

Shirley M. Moore

PhD, RN, FAAN

Biography:

Moore, Shirley M. PhD, RN, FAAN

Associate Professor and

Associate Dean of Research

Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing,

Cleveland, USA.

Email:  marion.good@case.edu

 

Principal Investigator, "CHANGE:  An Intervention to Enhance Exercise Maintenance in Cardiac Patients," National Institute of Nursing Research, National Institutes of Health. R01 NR04704-01A2, 2000 - 2004.

  • Acute Pain Management (Children) - The practice implications are to provide clinicians with prescriptions for pain reduction and a conceptual basis for pain interventions. (Information from Nursingtheory.net)

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