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Mindful Teens Cope Better With Pain

April 30th, 2014

Interested in the link between mindfulness and pain? Check out this blog posting on the Body in Mind website for an invited article by Mark Petter, a PhD student in the Centre for Pediatric Pain Research (supervised by Dr. Christine Chambers). Mindful Teens Cope Better [...] read more

Pain Research team receives CIHR grant

April 15th, 2014

Pain Research team receives CIHR grant Dr. Margot Latimer, Associate Professor in the School of Nursing, and her community based partner and Eskasoni Health Director, Sharon Rudderham, recently received an Operating grant from CIHR. Latimer and Rudderham’s team is [...] read more

Innovation in Practice Finalist

April 1st, 2014

We are thrilled and honoured to named as a 2014 Innovation in Practice finalist (for Social Innovation/Economic Development) for our video, “It Doesn’t Have To Hurt” (http://pediatric-pain.ca/it-doesnt-have-to-hurt) Check it out! [...] read more

Relieve baby’s pain without drugs. Little things that help during a painful procedure

March 24th, 2014

If your baby has to have a painful procedure, evidence shows that there are things you can do to minimise their pain, including holding their bare chest to yours, giving a sugar solution or breast milk and allowing them to suck or to breastfeed. Read Evidently Cochrane [...] read more

Pain Research Rounds

February 20th, 2014

Please join the Centre for Pediatric Pain Research for Pain Research Rounds! Who: Dr. Janet Rennick (McGill University and the Montreal Children’s Hospital) will be giving a talk entitled “Children’s Psychological and Behavioral Responses Following Pediatric Intensive [...] read more

 
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