Malingering and Pain: What does the Evidence Say?

Course Overview

6 CEUs

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Video Presentation
  • 2 Hours with MCQs.
  • This course will review:
    • Understand the multidimensional nature of pain.
    • Understand what malingering is – whether we can actually use this term as it’s a legal and not medical term, or what we should call it.
    • How do we assess possible malingering for a client who presents with pain.
    • Factors to be aware of when making a decision about a claim based on pain as the presenting problem.
Recorded Webinar
  • 1 Hour.
  • Gill presents case studies relating the video presentation to clinical practice. Thereafter there was an opportunity for questions, answers and discussion around this topic.
Read the Literature
  • 3 CEUs. 15 MCQs.
Includes a voucher for an online article activity of your choice on Article CPD
*You have until the 31st of December 2022 to complete this course*

R680.00

About the Presenter

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Speaker

The OT Link is delighted to bring you a new Coffee Club presentation by Gillian Coetsee.

Gillian Coetsee is an experienced clinician and academic. She holds a Postgrad Diploma in Interdisciplinary Pain Management (UCT), Advanced Diplomas in neurosciences, hands and vocational rehabilitation. She is Workwell certified.  She brings a wealth of clinical experience and the latest evidence to support best practice in assessing and treating clients with pain. She currently works in a private practice which treats adult clients with neurological conditions, upper limb trauma and hand injuries.

 

 

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Helen Roome
Posted 1 month ago
Moving beyond the question of "malingering"

By comprehensively covering the evidence and systematically working through the arguments, Gill convinced me there is no reliable way for practitioners like myself to identify malingering in chronic pain patients AND that this should not be my role anyway. I feel freed up to believe, and do my best for, those who are in pain and suffering.

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