Using the free, open-access and downloadable guides below, start a PRN program and develop interdisciplinary teams that improve pediatric pain care in your healthcare organization.
This flipped learning curriculum addresses the knowledge to practice gap by providing both:
Foundational knowledge of evidence-based pediatric pain care, and
Scripted learning activities to teach, practice and develop the change competencies required to plan, promote, implement, measure and improve pediatric clinical pain practice outcomes.
For questions regarding the curriculum, contact email@example.com. If you have specific questions about course content or implementation, the PRN curriculum team will connect you with the PRN program PI, Renee CB Manworren, PhD, APRN, PCNS-BC, AP-PMN, FAAN.
Before beginning your course, please take our pre-test to evaluate the effectiveness of the curriculum. We also ask that you take this post-test to compare your pre-test and post-test results.
To download all materials for Headaches, click here.
Thank you to all those who played a role in the development of the PRN curriculum:
From Lurie Children's: Mary Caselton, Rebecca Myers, Andrea Fawcett, Suma Rao Gupta, Laura Brown, Meaghan Gilb,Amanda Anderson, Bonnie Essner, Dave Krodel, Joel Frader, Elisha Waldman, Jenifer Cartland, Karen Carroll, Erin Hoeman, Jennifer Fanelli, Natalie Seewald, Laura Cordaro, Sue Park, Suzanne Porfyris, Susan Gordon-Hayes, Janis Quin, Sue Horner, Julia Hooper, Rebecca Steinman, Sarah Duggan, Meghan Worrell, Elizabeth Klinger, Jill Fraggos, Keith Olson, Gabrielle Gebien, Mary Lynn Rae
From US and Canada: Ashley Reid (CO), Jan Grantham (retired), Terri Reyburn-Orne (CO), Cythia LaFond (UC), Elizabeth Ely (retired), Erin Young (CT), Helen Turner (OR), Patricia Hummel (Loyola), Jenifer Stinson (Toronto), Judy Danaher (MI), Sandra Merkel (MI), Kim Wittmayer (Advocate), Kristen Hanrahan (IA), Marti Michels (IN), Mary Lyons (Previously CDH), Michele Habich (CDH), Sharon Wrona (OH), Susan Hamilton (MA), Tandy Mellard (TX), Taryn Hamre (CT), Sarah Wilson (TX), Tina DeFiori (OH), Bev Tan (SRLab)