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Parental judgments of infant pain: Importance of perceived cognitive abilities, behavioural cues and contextual cues.
(Pain and Research Management, 2004)
BACKGROUND: Despite blatant indications, such as behavioural and contextual cues, infant pain is often undermanaged by adult caretakers. The belief that infants are limited in their abilities to comprehend the meaning ...
Accuracy of children’s and parent’s memory for a novel painful experience
(Pain and Research Management, 2000)
BACKGROUND: Despite recent progress in understanding memory of pain in adults, the validity of the assumption that these findings extend to children has not been established. Because treatment often is evaluated on the ...
Caregiver beliefs underlying infant pain judgments: Contrasts of parents, nurses and paediatricians
(Pain and Research Management, 2008)
BACKGROUND: Research suggests that caregivers’ beliefs pertaining to infant pain and which infant pain cues are perceived to be important play an integral role in pediatric pain assessment and management. OBJECTIVES: ...
Training highly qualified health research personnel: The Pain in Child Health consortium
(Pain and Research Management, 2017)
Background and Objectives: Pain in Child Health (PICH) is a transdisciplinary, international research training consortium. PICH has been funded since 2002 as a Strategic Training Initiative in Health Research of the ...
Infant Clinical Pain Assessment: Core Behavioural Cues
(The Journal of Pain, 2018)
Diverse behavioral cues have been proposed to be useful cues in infant pain assessment, but there is a paucity of evidence on the basis of formal psychometric evaluation to establish their validity for this purpose. We ...
Pain in Child Health from 2002 to 2015: The Early Years of an International Research Training Initiative
(Canadian Journal of Pain, 2019-01)
Background: The 2018 Global Year for Excellence in Pain Education, an initiative of the International Association for the Study of Pain, brought worldwide attention to the need for education that crosses narrow disciplinary ...