I must admit, I’ve never been a major fan of the traditional pain score chart.
You know the ones I’m talking about? We use them mostly on children (actually I’ve never used them on anyone other than children) to try and understand their level of pain.
Now that I think about it, I’m not really quite sure that they’re the best way to determine what a child’s pain is at, either…
“Look over here at the chart, Madeline… MADELINE – LOOK AT THE CHART please…”
but I digress..
This week I stumbled across a brilliant reinterpretation of the pain score chart, as described by Allie of Hyperbole and a Half.
Check out the full story & second half of the New Improved! pain chart by visiting Boyfriend doesn’t have ebola. Probably. You could also click on the picture below if you would rather do that. I’m all about options here…