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The Pain Management Committee (CLUD) is a centre for reflection and proposals, working in effective and permanent collaboration with the management of the establishment and the CME, as well as with the clinical departments, the pharmacy and the administrative and technical departments.

Pain assessment and treatment are an integral part of the Clinique de l'Alma's establishment project.

The clinic has :

  • a CLUD
  • Pain protocols.

If you or someone close to you is suffering from pain while you are in hospital, you can talk to the nursing team and the doctor treating you. To help us better adapt your treatment, you can tell us "how much it hurts" by rating your pain from 0 to 10.

Our aims :

  • Prevent: pain caused by certain treatments or examinations: injections, dressings, catheterisation, etc. Pain sometimes associated with everyday activities such as washing or simply moving around, etc.
  • Treat and relieve: acute post-operative pain is treated by the nursing team for systematic analgesic treatments and on request depending on the pain of each patient.

Our resources:

  • Measuring pain is essential for any treatment. Several pain assessment scales are used, depending on the patient.
  • The second tool is communication. If you have any questions, please ask the department manager.
  • The third tool is analgesics, which are used according to the degree of pain.


The CLIN is an official body whose primary role is to prevent nosocomial infections. Chaired by one of the clinic's doctors, the committee is made up of various volunteer professionals who contribute their skills and expertise in the field of hygiene.
The CLIN has set up an Operational Hygiene Team (EOH), which carries out the tasks set out at plenary meetings. At the end of the year, the CLIN draws up a report on the actions it has taken and sets out plans for the following year, with a view to improving your safety. Each year, the CLIN submits an activity report to the supervisory authorities and to the Paris-Nord C.CLIN.


The fight against nosocomial infections is governed by law 2009-879.
The formation of the EOH complies with Article R6111-2 of the Public Health Code.


The Users' Commission was created by Article L.1112-3 of the Public Health Code, Decree no. 2005-213 of 2 March 2005 and Decree no. 2016-726 of 1 June 2016. Its operation, in examining complaints and claims submitted to it, is governed by Articles R.1112-91 to 94 of the Public Health Code.

Its remit:

  • Ensure that users' rights are respected.
  • Contribute to improving the reception of patients and their families.
  • Help to improve the quality of care.
  • Make it easier for users to express their grievances to the establishment's management, ensure that they hear the latter's explanations and are informed of the outcome of their requests.

Its role in the establishment :

  • It is consulted on policy relating to reception and care and makes proposals in this area.
  • It is informed of all complaints or claims made by users of the establishment and the action taken on them.
    Rights and obligations :
  • Right of access to medical data relating to complaints and claims, subject to the prior written agreement of the person concerned or their heirs if they are deceased.
  • Members of the Commission are bound by professional secrecy, medical secrecy and confidentiality.

The rules and the list of members of the CDU are displayed in the clinic and in the welcome booklet. You can contact the CDU by post at the Clinic's address.


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