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Nadra Havican, R.N., R.P.H., Pharmacy manager, at the Family Health Center of Marshfield, Inc. says, " ...
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Nadra Havican, R.N., R.Ph.,Health Information DirectorNadra Havican has worked as an oncology nurse in a major metropolitan hospital and later joined a specialized burn unit.
In the burn care unit she
found that patient specific interventions d3eveloped for burn patients had an incredible impact with unbearable pain.Her
work in oncology and burn care taught her
groundbreaking pain care techniques.In the late '80's she broadened her base of pain care knowledge by returning to school to become a pharmacist and a health care pioneer as one of the nation's first "PharmaNurses".In the last twenty years she has been a hospice nurse, director of two hospital pharmacies, manager of a major retail pharmacy and has received recognition as national pharmacist of the year and young pharmacist of the year.She
now works with one of the top multi-specialty clinics in the United States. She
looks forward to your comments and questions and can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Dr. Young and his pharmacy students at the University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy engaged in a discussion with Nadra Havican, R.N., R.Ph., BCPS regarding pain managment strategies.
The feedback Nadra
received from the University of Wisconsin School
of Pharmacy's students was invaluable and showed how the students are already recognizing the impact a partnership with patients has on quality pain managment.
We thank Dr. Young, Nadra
, the University of Wisconsin School
of Pharmacy and especially the pharmacy students for helping to positively impact the future course of pain management.
Mayday Pain Project Blog » 2008» March
The majority of entries in the Pain Blog will come from Nadra Havican, a pharmacist and nurse.
Nadra has over twenty years of medical experience and at the top of the list of comments she receives are questions about pain issues.
From her work in a regional burn center where she used groundbreaking medications and nutrition and distraction therapies to her work as a pharmacy manger navigating access to care issues, insurance challenges and medication managment she has seen pain care delivered in a wide range of methods.
takes a great deal of pride in her
work with patients, caregivers and health care professionals and feel that all of them deserve respect.
The biggest hurdle she
sees in proper pain care is communication.