Pain management nurses are registered nurses who focus on the care of patients with chronic, typically debilitating pain. They’re specialists on pain management interventions and techniques. Pain management nurses take care of patients in an exceedingly variety of inpatient and outpatient environments. The goal of pain management nurses is to alleviate pain and enhance patients’ quality of life in order that they will have interaction in their activities of daily living to the most of their ability while not being hampered by pain and connected problems. Pain management nurses receive specialized education addressing identification of pain, uses of medicines, physiological and psychological effects of pain and non-pharmaceutical interventions that relieve pain. They work with patients, families, and different health care suppliers.