Persistent Pain in Older Adults: Roy’s Adaptation Model

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Abstract

Persistent pain in older adults is difficult to assess and therefore address consistently. The experience of pain is individual, and therefore a comprehensive way to assess pain is required. Roy’s adaptation model offers a systematic way of evaluating pain in the older adult. In this column, the author shares some statistics about persistent pain and a case study using Roy’s model as a system for assessment.

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