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Resources for Health Professionals

  • provides information on principles on pain assessment and pain management for older adults with cognitive impairment as well as for older adults who are cognitively intact.

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Web-Based Assessment Training for

Long-Term Care Staff

We offer an interactive web-based program (will not work on mobile devices) for clinicians interested in using the program. The program consists of six training modules each of which takes 10-20 minutes to complete and additional practice of using the Pain Assessment Checklist for Seniors with Limited Ability to Communicate (PACSLAC-II). There may be a small per person cost associated with accessing the program to help cover our costs.


Please contact Janine Beahm for information.


Resources for Researchers

Below you will find a collection of our resources for researchers.

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PACSLAC II - Pain Assessment Checklist for Seniors with Limited Ability to Communicate II

Qualified health professionals interested in reproducing the PACSLAC-II for research or clinical practice, may request permission below.  Permissions are granted free of charge for non-profit uses.


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Several of the resources listed below are from the website The website provides valuable information over and above the specific links that are listed below.


Working to improve pain assessment and management in older persons. #SeePainMoreClearly

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Address: Department of Psychology University of Regina
Regina, SK S4S 0A2 Canada 

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