Improve your knowledge in Pain Management through this program, where you will find the best didactic material with real clinical cases"

Pain is one of the most frequent presenting symptoms of diseases and is one of the main causes of consultation to the health system. In addition, as healthcare professionals, it can be found in its most varied manifestations in any job within the healthcare system. That is why an adequate knowledge of its causes and its management can be an excellent working tool in the development of daily professional activity.

The design of this program is based on learning based on updated contents and practical cases that allow professionals to learn in an eminently practical environment. Throughout this training, you will address all the non-pharmacological tools for nursing practice in pain management.

Thanks to this training you will acquire the necessary knowledge for the holistic management of different types of pain in all care contexts, the ability to assess, evaluate, diagnose and intervene with a care plan, as well as autonomy in the patient's decisions and quality of life in the treatment of pain. 

Take advantage of the opportunity and take this training in a 100% online format, without having to give up your obligations, from the comfort of your home. Update your knowledge and obtain the Postgraduate Diploma to continue growing personally and professionally.

This Postgraduate Diploma in Chronic Oncologic, Non-Oncologic and Child Pain Management in Nursing will help you keep up to date to provide personalized care to your patients”

This  Postgraduate Diploma in Chronic Oncologic, Non-Oncologic and Child Pain Management in Nursing offers you the advantages of a high-level scientific, teaching, and technological program. These are some of its most notable features:

  • More than 75 clinical cases presented by experts in Chronic Oncologic, Non-Oncologic and Child Pain Management in Nursing
  • The graphic, schematic, and eminently practical contents with which they are created provide scientific and practical information on the disciplines that are essential for professional
  • The diagnostic-therapeutic novelties on evaluation, diagnosis and intervention in Pain Management of Chronic Oncologic, Non-Oncologic and Pain in Children
  • Practical exercises where the self-assessment process can be carried out to improve learning
  • Iconography of clinical and diagnostic imaging tests
  • An algorithm-based interactive learning system for decision-making in the clinical situations presented throughout the course
  • Its special emphasis on research methodologies in Pain Management of Chronic Oncologic, Non-Oncologic and Pain in Children
  • Theoretical lessons, questions to the expert, debate forums on controversial topics, and individual reflection assignments
  • Access to content from any fixed or portable device with an Internet connection

This Postgraduate Diploma is the best investment you can make in the selection of a refresher program for two reasons: in addition to updating your knowledge in Chronic Oncologic, Non-Oncologic and Child Pain Management in Nursing, you will obtain a degree from TECH Technological University"

Its teaching staff includes health professionals from the main areas of pain, who bring to this training the experience of their work, in addition to recognized specialists from leading societies and prestigious universities.

Its multimedia content, developed with the latest educational technology, will provide the professional with situated and contextual learning, i.e., a simulated environment that will deliver an immersive learning experience programmed to train in real situations.

This program is designed around Problem Based Learning, where the nurse must try to solve the different professional practice situations that arise during the course. For this purpose, the specialist will be assisted by an innovative interactive video system created by renowned Pain Management of Chronic Oncologic, Non-Oncologic and Pain in Children experts,

Increase your decision-making confidence by updating your knowledge with this Postgraduate Diploma"

Take the opportunity to learn about the latest advances in this field and apply it to your daily practice"


The structure of the contents has been designed by a team of professionals from the best educational institutions and universities in the country, who are aware of the relevance of up-to-date, innovative training and are committed to quality teaching using new educational technologies.

A comprehensive teaching program, structured in well-developed teaching units, oriented towards efficient and swift learning that is compatible with your personal and professional life"

Module 1. Chronic Oncologic Pain for Nursing

1.1. The Oncology Patient and Pain

1.1.1. Pathophysiology
1.1.2. Main Causes of Pain in the Oncologic Patient

1.2. Types of Pain

1.2.1. Signs and Symptoms
1.2.2. According to the Time of Evolution
1.2.3. According to Its Pathophysiological Mechanism
1.2.4. According to Etiology

1.3. Nursing Assessment and Evolution of Pain

1.3.1. Anamnesis of Pain
1.3.2. Clinical and Psychological Examination
1.3.3. Pain Measurement Scales and Questionnaires
1.3.4. Diagnostic tests

1.4. Procedures and Treatments of the Cancer Patient Causing Pain for Nurses

1.4.1. Chemotherapy.
1.4.2. Biological Techniques and Immunotherapy
1.4.3. Hormone Therapy
1.4.4. Radiotherapy
1.4.5. Surgery

1.5. Cancer-Related Fatigue

1.5.1. Etiology
1.5.2. Risk Factors
1.5.3. Signs and Symptoms

1.6. Medical Treatment

1.6.1. Analgesic Scale
1.6.2. Adjuvant Drugs
1.6.3. Bisphosphonates
1.6.4. Side Effects:
1.6.5. Route of Administration
1.6.6. Palliative Care

1.7. Invasive or Special Analgesic Techniques

1.7.1. Nerve Blocker
1.7.2. Neurostimulation
1.7.3. Surgical Intervention
1.7.4. Radiotherapy
1.7.5. Palliative Chemotherapy.
1.7.6. Physical Therapies
1.7.7. Psychological Therapy

1.8. Integrative Medicine for Nursing

1.8.1. Massage, Acupuncture
1.8.2. Yoga, Meditation

1.9. Identifying Oncologic Emergencies through Pain

1.9.1. Signs and Symptoms Related to Oncologic Emergencies

1.10. Nursing Care Plan

1.10.1. Nursing Assessment
1.10.2. Nursing Diagnosis
1.10.3. NOC/NIC

Module 2. Chronic Non-oncologic Pain for Nursing

2.1. Introduction

2.1.1. Definition of Chronic Pain
2.1.2. Description of Chronic Non-oncologic Pain

2.2. Epidemiology of Chronic Non-oncologic Pain

2.2.1. How MANY Spaniards Are in Pain? Who Suffers Pain? Most Frequent Pain Among Spaniards Consequences of Pain Prevalence of Chronic Pain in Spain

2.3. Aetiopathogenesis

2.3.1. Nociceptive Pain
2.3.2. Somatic Pain
2.3.3. Visceral Pain
2.3.4. Neuropathic Pain

2.4. Neuropathic Pain

2.4.1. Trigeminal Neuralgia
2.4.2. Postherpetic Neuralgia
2.4.3. Diabetic Neuralgia
2.4.4. Ilioinguinal Neuralgia

2.5. Phantom Limb Pain

2.5.1. Definition
2.5.2. Clinical Manifestations
2.5.3. Etiology
2.5.4. Nursing Recommendations

2.6. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

2.6.1. Definition
2.6.2. Prevalence
2.6.3. Causes and Classifications
2.6.4. Triggering Factors
2.6.5. Treatment
2.6.6. Nursing Recommendations

2.7. Central Pain Syndrome

2.7.1. Definition
2.7.2. Etiology
2.7.3. Epidemiology
2.7.4. Clinical Manifestations
2.7.5. Treatment
2.7.6. Nursing Recommendations

2.8. Headaches

2.8.1. Types
2.8.2. Microbiological
2.8.3. Secondary Headaches
2.8.4. Nursing Recommendations

2.9. Other Syndromes

2.9.1. Chronic Pancreatitis.
2.9.2. Coccygodynia
2.9.3. Prostatodynia
2.9.4. Vulvodynia

2.10. Pain Unit

2.10.1. Nursing Competencies
2.10.2. Organization of the Pain Unit
2.10.3. Functions of the Nursing Team
2.10.4. Nursing Intervention in Some Techniques

Module 3. Pain in Children for Nursing

3.1. Basic Concepts of Pain 

3.1.1. Concept
3.1.2.  Epidemiology
3.1.3. Neurophysiology of Pain
3.1.4. Pain Neuropathology
3.1.5. Influencing Factors
3.1.6. False beliefs

3.2. Pain Classification Forms of Expression of Pain According to the Child's Developmental Stages

3.2.1. Types of Pain: Pathophysiological, Duration, Aetiological, Anatomical
3.2.2. Pain According to the Evolutionary Stages of the Child
3.2.3. Consequences of Pain in Children

3.3. Pain Assessment I

3.3.1. Behavioral Methods
3.3.2. Physiological Methods

3.4. Pain Assessment II

3.4.1. Self-Assessment Methods: Projective, Structured Interviews, and Scales

3.5. Pharmacological Treatment of Pain in Children. 
3.6. Non-pharmacological Treatment of Pain in Children
3.7. Pain in the Neonate
3.8. Pain in the Oncologic Child
3.9. Pain in the Hospitalized Child Related Techniques
3.10. Pain in Children Undergoing Intensive Care

unique, key and decisive training experience to boost your professional development”