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    • Karen Kaiser, PhD, RN Clinical Practice Coordinator of Oncology, Pain, & Palliative Care 22 South Greene Street Baltimore, Maryland 21201 (410) 328-7700 kkaiser@umm.edu Education: Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing, 2004 University of Maryland School of Nursing Master of Science in Nursing, 1981 Syracuse University Bachelor of Science in Nursing, 1973 State University at Plattsburgh, Plattsburgh, New York Areas of research interest/expertise: Pain management—knowledge & attitudes, pharmacologic interventions, outcomes, procedure related pain, facilitating practice changes Publications: BOOK MONOGRAPH/CHAPTERS Pain Management Issues Committee. (2004) “Pain Management” The Maryland Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan: A Call to Action 2004-2008. Available at: Maryland Cancer Plan.org http://www.marylandcancerplan.org/theplan.html Kaiser, K.S. (1996).”Patient Controlled Analgesia Patient Teaching Tips”, Pain Management Patient Education Manual. Ed., Aspen’s Reference Group.
    • Kaiser, K.S., Karpenick, J. (1995) Pain Management Learning Module”, University of Maryland Medical Center. Kaiser, K.S., McGee, C., Savarese, A. (1997) “Analgesia via Catheter Technique Learning Module”, University of Maryland Medical Center. Kaiser, K.S. (1996) excerpted text from “Assessment and management of pain in the critically ill trauma patient”, Critical Care Quarterly, 1992, 8, 14-34. In Hospital Pharmacy Management: Forms, Checklists & Guidelines. Ed., Aspen’s Reference Group. Gaithersburg, MD. ARTICLES Kaiser, K.S. “Removing barriers in hospice pain management: A family matter”, Caring Magazine, 1990, 10, 42-48. Kaiser, K.S. “Assessment and management of pain in the critically ill trauma patient”, Critical Care Quarterly, 1992, 8, 14-34. Kaiser, K.S. “Surgical oncology: Managing your patient’s pain”. ONS Special Interest Group Surgical Oncology Newsletter, July 1993. Kaiser, K.S., Perrone, M. “Clinical Practice Guidelines for End-of Life Care”, Journal of Palliative Medicine, 1999, 2, C18 254-255, C47 265. McPherson, M. L., Kaiser, K.S. & Burns, C. “Interpretation and implementation of range, titration and PRN orders in hospice”. Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing, 2005, 7(5) 289-298. Articles (continued) Kaiser, K.S. “Relationship of patient characteristics and process of care characteristics to post-operative pain outcomes in the orthopedic patient”, Journal of Pain, 2005, 6(3) S1 S48. Kaiser, K.S., “Testing a Pain Outcomes Model in Elective Orthopedic Patients” Advanced Studies in Nursing 2005, 3(5) 172-173. WEB-BASED LEARNING MODULES/CONTINUING EDUCATION OFFERINGS Kaiser, K.S. “Pain Assessment”, Nur 418 Pain Management Course, University of Maryland School of Nursing, June 2002. http://nursing.umaryland.edu/de/frame.htm
    • Kaiser, K.S. “Pain Assessment & Management in the Elderly”, Nur 418 Processes of Aging Course, University of Maryland School of Nursing, November 2002. http:// nursing.umaryland.edu/de/frame.htm McPherson, M. L., Kaiser, K.S. & Burns, C. “Interpretation and implementation of range, titration and PRN orders in hospice”. Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing, 2005, 7(5) 289-298. available at http://www.nursingcenter.com/pdf.asp REVIEWER “Management of Cancer Pain Clinical Practice Guideline Number 9”, Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, 1992. “Oncology Patient Education Series - Pain Management Pamphlet”, Department of Behavioral Medicine University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, 1992. “Palliative Care in Oncology Practice” Carducci, M., Blacker, S., Perrone, M., Alexander, C. in Clinical Oncology Updates. Ed. Abeloff, M., Armitage, J., Lichter, A., Niederhuber, J. Churchill Livingstone, 2, 1999 1-12. “The Pain Book: An American Nurses Association Guide to Managing Pain for a Lifetime”, book manuscript by Susan Lowell Butler, 1999. “Pain Management the 3 R’s” Video Milner-Fenwick 2001. “Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Sustained Use of Sedatives and Analgesics in the Critically Ill Adult” Jacobi, J., Fraser, G.L., Coursin, D.B., Riker, R.R., Fontaine, D., Wittbrodt, E.T. et al., Critical Care Medicine 2002. 30 119-141. “Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Sustained Use of Sedatives and Analgesics in the Critically Ill Adult and Clinical Practice Guidelines for Sustained Neuromuscular Blockade by Society of Critical Care Medicine and American Society of Health- System Pharmacists: American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy” 2002:59:2 150-178 and 179-196. PRESENTATIONS “Getting Through the Day” Forsyth County American Cancer Society Educational Workshop. Winston-Salem, North Carolina. November 1986 and 1988 “You’ve Come A Long Way Baby” Northwest AHEC, Educational Workshop. Winston Salem, North Carolina. March 1987
    • “Alternative Methods of Pain Control” Forsyth Cancer Service. Winston-Salem, North Carolina. September 1988 “Pain Management” Hospice of Winston-Salem. Winston-Salem, North Carolina. May 1989 “Hospice Patient Characteristics” Hospice of Winston-Salem. North Carolina. July 1989 “Successful Pain Management in the Hospice Patient” Bon Secours Extended Care Facility. Ellicott City, Maryland. April 1990 and May 1990 “Keys to Successful Pain Management in the Chronic Cancer Patient” Howard County General Hospital. Columbia, Maryland. May 1990 “Pain Management Myths and Strategies to Overcome Them” Grand Rounds, University of Maryland Medical Center. Baltimore, Maryland. August 1991 “Pain Management in the Oncology Patient” Core I, University of Maryland Cancer Center. Baltimore, Maryland. January 1992, April 1992, April 1993, September 1993, April 1994, September 1994, May 1995, October 1995 “Pain Management: The Hospice Volunteer’s Role” Hospice Services of Howard County, Howard County General Hospital, Columbia. Maryland. - March 1992, September 1992, March 1993, January 1994, January 1995, September 1995, January 1996, September 1996, January 1997, January 1998, October 1998 “Successful Pain Management in the Home Care/Hospice Patient” Bon Secours Home Health. Baltimore, Maryland. June 1992, April 1993, May 1993 “Pain Management in the Home Care/Hospice Patient” Bon Secours Home Health. Baltimore, Maryland. June 1992, April 1993, May 1993 “Managing Difficult Pain Problems: The Pros and Cons of Hi-tech” Hospice Network of Maryland 1st Annual Meeting. Ocean City, Maryland. September 1992 “Keys to Successful Pain Management” First Annual Pain Management Symposium. Salisbury State College, Salisbury, Maryland. March 1993 “Principles and Methods of Managing Pain” First Annual Pain Management Symposium. Salisbury State College, Salisbury, Maryland. March 1993 “Utilizing the Principles of Successful Pain Management - Review of Case Studies and Problem Solving Approaches” First Annual Pain Management Symposium. Salisbury State College, Salisbury, Maryland. March 1993
    • “Barriers to Pain Management” Montgomery County Hospice Educational Workshop, Seventh Day Adventist Hospital, Shady Grove, Maryland. May 1993 “Pain Management” University of Maryland School of Nursing. Baltimore, Maryland. March 1993, March 1994, March 1995 “Patient Controlled Analgesia: Preparation for Practice” poster presentation Oncology Nursing Society Congress. Orlando, Florida. May 1993 “Assessment and Management of Pain in the Oncology Patient” Cancer Nursing/ Chemotherapy Administration Course. Mercy Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland. June 1993, July 1993, August 1993 “From Pediatrics to Geriatrics. . . Lessons in Pain Management” Annual Oncology Nursing Conference. National Institute of Health, Bethesda, Maryland. November 1993 “Pediatric Pain Management in the Tertiary Setting” University of Maryland School of Nursing. Baltimore, Maryland. June 1994, June 1995, June 1996, June 1997 Presentations (continued) “Clinical Practice Guidelines: Issues in Implementation” University of Maryland Policy Conference. Baltimore, Maryland. October 1994 “Pathophysiology of Pain” University of Maryland School of Nursing. Baltimore, Maryland. November 1994 “Exploring Pain Management Dilemmas in Critically Care Patients” University of Maryland Medical Center. Baltimore, Maryland. October 1995 “Getting What You Want and Liking It: Pain Management in Home Health” Washington Adventist Home Health. Takoma Park, Maryland. June 1995, May 1996 “Getting What You Want and Liking It: Pain Management for the Hospice Patient” Bon Secours Hospice. Baltimore, Maryland. October 1995 “Pain Management in Advanced Practice Oncology Nursing” University of Maryland School of Nursing. Baltimore, Maryland. March 1996 “Getting What You Want and Liking It: Pain Management in Home Health” Bon Secours Home Health. Baltimore, Maryland. April 1996 “Pain Management: Nursing’s Responsibility and Accountability” Clinical Nursing Update, Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Bethesda, Maryland. April 1996
    • “Getting What You Want and Liking It: Pain Management for the Hospice Patient: Bay Area Hospice. Baltimore, Maryland. September 1996 “New Strategies for Managing Difficult Pain Problems in the Hospice Patient” Hospice Services of Howard County. Columbia, Maryland. October 1996 “Adult Pain Management in the Tertiary Setting” University of Maryland School of Nursing. Baltimore, Maryland. November 1996 “PCA & Equianalgesic Conversions” National Nurse Practitioner Symposium. Baltimore, Maryland. May 1997 “Keys to Successful Pain Management: Changing Health Care Practitioner Behavior” Helix Hospital Systems Professional Education Series, Good Samaritan Hospital of Maryland. Baltimore, Maryland. October 1997 “Keys to Successful Pain Management: Successful Change Initiatives” Johns Hopkins Bay View Hospital. Baltimore, Maryland. January 1998 “What’s Different about Cancer Pain Management” Pain Management Teaching Day, University of Maryland Medical Center. Baltimore, Maryland. September 1998 “End-of-Life Clinical Practice Guideline Development” Care at the End-of-Life Teaching Day, Maryland Health Care Institute. Baltimore, Maryland. March,1999 “Acute Pain Management in the ED and ICU” Sick Children Conference, The Mid- Atlantic Pediatric Critical Care Network and Inova Hospital for Children. Fairfax, Virginia. April, 1999 “Clinical Practice Guidelines for End of Life Care” 11th Annual Assembly of the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. Snowbird, Utah. June 1999 “Procedural Pain” University of Maryland School of Nursing. Baltimore, Maryland. July, 1999 “Advanced Practice Nursing Role” University of Maryland School of Nursing. Baltimore, Maryland. July, 1999 “Helping Oncology Patients get and Stay Comfortable” Case Management Conference, Baltimore, Maryland. November, 1999 “Nursing Approach to Pain Management” MASCC/ISOO12th International Symposium Supportive Care in Cancer. Washington, DC. March, 2000
    • “Pain Management” Pain the 5th Vital Sign Conference, District 2 Maryland Nurses Association Annual Program, Baltimore, Maryland. March, 2001 “The Nurse’s Role in Pain Assessment and Management” University of Maryland School of Nursing. Baltimore, Maryland. June, 2001 “Procedural Pain Management” University of Maryland School of Nursing. Baltimore, Maryland. July, 2001 “Pharmacological Pain Management” – The Nurses Role and Competency, Seminar presented by the Maryland Board of Nursing. Baltimore, Maryland. October, 2001 “Assessing the Patient in Pain” Pain the 5th Vital Sign Conference University of Maryland School of Nursing. Baltimore, Maryland. November 2001 “What’s Different about Cancer Pain?” Pain the 5th Vital Sign Conference University of Maryland School of Nursing. Baltimore, Maryland. November 2001 Presentations (continued) “Special Issues related to the Assessment and Management of Pain in the Critically Ill Patient” 14th Annual Chesapeake Bay Chapter AACN Symposium. Ellicott City, Maryland. March 2003. “Pain, Pain Go Away, Don’t Come Back Some Other Day” Maryland Nurses Association Centennial Convention. Linthicum, Maryland. November 2003. “Assessing the Patient with Pain” Pain the 5th Vital Sign Conference University of Maryland School of Nursing. Baltimore, Maryland. June 2003. “Assessing the Patient with Pain” Pain the 5th Vital Sign Conference University of Maryland School of Nursing. Baltimore, Maryland. October 2004. “Pain Management in the Chronic Renal Failure Patient” 4th Annual Conference of the American Nephrology Nurses Association - Baltimore Chapter, Baltimore, Maryland. October 2004. “Relationship of patient characteristics and process of care characteristics to post- operative pain outcomes in the orthopedic patient”, Poster Presentation, American Pain Society 24th Annual Scientific Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts. March 31-April 1, 2005.
    • “Testing a Pain Outcomes Model in Elective Orthopedic Patients” Podium Presentation, Symptom Management: What Works, for Whom and at What Cost?, Fourth Annual Sigma Theta Tau International Chesapeake Consortium Research Conference Baltimore, Maryland. March 19, 2005. "Relationship of Patient Characteristics to Process of Care Characteristics and Pain Outcomes in Elective Orthopedic Patients", Poster Presentation, University of Maryland Aging and Women's Health Research Poster Day, Baltimore, Maryland. April 14, 2005. "Multidimensional Measurement of Patient-Related Pain Management Barriers and Pain Outcomes", Podium Presentation,16th Annual Evidence Based Conference, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing Research Congress, Kona, Hawaii July 15, 2005. “Relationships among Patient Characteristics, Care Process and Pain Outcomes in Post- Elective Orthopedic Surgery: Implications for Heath Care Professionals”, Podium Presentation, American Society for Pain Management Nursing 2006 Annual Meeting Orlando, Florida March 31, 2006.