Dr. Christine Chambers’ Publications

Italicized names are/were research trainees supervised by C.T. Chambers

Click here for PubMed

Peer-Reviewed Papers

2017

  1. Campbell-Yeo, M., Dol, J., Disher, T., Benoit, B., Chambers, C.T., Sheffield, K., Boates, T., Harrison, D., Hewitt, B., Jangaard, K., Stinson, J., Taddio, A. (In press). Power of a parent’s touch: An impact evaluation of an educational YouTube video. Journal of Perinatal and Neonatal Nursing.
  2. Boerner, K., Chambers, C.T., McGrath, P., LoLordo, V., & Uher, R. (In press). The impact of parental modeling on child pain responses: The role of parent and child sex. Journal of Pain.
  3. Huguet, A., Olthuis, J., McGrath, P., Hayden, J., Chambers, C.T., Stinson, J., Tougas, M. (In press). Systematic review of childhood and adolescent risk and prognostic factors for functional abdominal pain. Acta Paediatrica.
  4. Boerner, K.E., Eccleston, C., Chambers, C.T., Keogh, E. (In press). Sex differences in the efficacy of psychological therapies for the management of chronic and recurrent pain in children and adolescents: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Pain.
  5. Jordan, A., Chambers, C.T., & Twycross, A. (In press). Meeting the needs of families: Facilitating access to credible healthcare information. [Editorial]. Evidence Based Nursing.
  6. Yamada, J., Squires, J.E., Estabrooks, C.A., Victor, C., Stevens, B., & CIHR Team in Children’s Pain [T. Chambers is a member of the CIHR Team in Children’s Pain]. (2017). The role of organizational context in moderating the effect of research use on pain outcomes in hospitalized children: A cross sectional study. BMC Health Services Research.
  7. Schinkel, M., Chambers, C.T., Moon, E.C., & Caes, L. (2017). Comparison of maternal versus paternal nonverbal behaviour during child pain. Pain Practice.

2016

  1. Durand, H., Birnie, K.A., Noel, M., Vervoort, T., Goubert, L., Boerner, K., Chambers, C.T., & Caes, L. (2016). State versus trait: Validating state assessment of child and parental catastrophic thinking about child pain. Journal of Pain, epub ahead of print.
  2. Stevens, B., Yamada, J., Promislow, S., Barwick, M., Pinard, M., & the CIHR Team in Children’s Pain (T. Chambers is a member of the CIHR Team in Children’s Pain). (2016). Pain assessment and management after a knowledge translation booster intervention. Pediatrics.
  3. Tutelman, P. & Chambers, C.T. (2016). Moving from knowledge to action in pediatric pain: A look at the past, present and future. Pediatric Pain Letter.
  4. Caes, L., Chambers, C.T., von Baeyer, C., & Stevens, B. (2016). Impact of an interdisciplinary and international research training initiative: The Pain in Child Health program. Pediatric Pain Letter.
  5. Huguet, A., Tougas, M., Hayden, J., McGrath, P., Stinson, J., & Chambers, C.T. (2016). A systematic review with meta-analysis of childhood and adolescent risk and prognostic factors for musculoskeletal pain. Pain. ePub ahead of print.
  6. Birnie, K.A., Chambers, C.T., Chorney, J., Fernandez, C.V., & McGrath, P.J. (2016). A multi-informant multi-method investigation of family functioning and parent-child coping during children’s acute pain. Journal of Pediatric Psychology.
  7. Huguet, A., Tougas, M. E., Hayden, J., McGrath, P., Chambers, C.T., & Stinson, J. (2016) Systematic review of childhood and adolescent risk and prognostic factors for recurrent headaches. Journal of Pain.
  8. Corkum, P., Lingley-Pottie, P., Davidson, F., McGrath, P., Chambers, C.T., Mullane, J., & Laredo, S. (2016). Better Nights/Better Days-distance intervention for insomnia in school-aged children with/without ADHD: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Pediatric Psychology.
  9. McMurtry, C.M., Taddio A., Noel M., Antony M.M., Chambers C.T., Asmundson G.J.G., Pillai Riddell R., Shah V., MacDonald N.E., Rogers J., Bucci L.M., Mousmanis P., Lang E., Halperin S., Bowles S., Halpert C., Ipp M., Rieder M.J., Robson K., Uleryk E., Votta Bleeker E., Dubey V., Hanrahan A., Lockett D., Scott J. (2016). Exposure-based interventions for the management of individuals with high levels of needle fear across the lifespan: A clinical practice guideline and call for further research. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.
  10. Birnie, K.A., Chambers, C.T., Chorney, J., Fernandez, C.V., & McGrath, P.J. (2016). Dyadic analysis of child and parent trait and state pain catastrophizing in the process of children’s pain communication. Pain.
  11. Smith, S.M., Amtmann, D., Askew, R.L., Gewandter, J.S., Hunsinger, M., Jensen, M.P., McDermott, M.P., Patel, K.V., Williams M., Baccik, E.D., Burke, L.B., Chambers, C.T., Cooper, S.A., Cowan, P., Desjardins, P., Etropolski, M., Farrar J.T., Gilrono, I., Huang, I., Katz, M., Kerns, R.D., Kopecky, E.A., Rappaport, B.A., Resnick, M., Stoker, M., Strand, V., Vanhove, G.F., Veasley, C., Versavel, M., von Baeyer, C.L., Wasan, A.D., Turk, D.C., & Dworkin, R.D. (2016). Pain intensity rating training: Results from an exploratory study of the ACTTION PROTECCT system. Pain.
  12. Caes, L., Boerner, K.E., Chambers, C.T., Campbell-Yeo, M., Stinson, J., Birnie, K., Parker, J.A., Huguet, A., Jordan, A., Chorney, J., Schinkel, M., & Dol, J. (2016). A comprehensive bibliometric analysis of published research articles on pediatric pain from 1975-2010. Pain.
  13. Schinkel, M., Chambers, C.T., Moon, E.C., & Caes, L. (2016). Comparison of maternal versus paternal nonverbal behaviour during child pain. Pain Practice. ePub ahead of print.

2015

  1. Higgins, K.S., Birnie, K.A., Chambers, C.T., Wilson, A.C., Caes, L., Clark, A.J., Lynch, M., Stinson, J., & Campbell-Yeo, M. (2015). Offspring of parents with chronic pain: A systematic review and meta-analysis of pain, health, psychological, and family outcomes. Pain.
  2. Taddio, A., McMurtry, C.M., Shah, V., Pillai Riddell, R., Chambers, C.T., Noel, M., MacDonald, N.E., Rogers, J., Bucci, L., Mousmanis, P., Lang, E., Halperin, S.A., Bowles, S., Halpert, C., Ipp, M., Asmundson, G.J.G., Rieder, M.J., Robson, K., Uleryk, E., Antony, M., Alexander, D., Appleton, M., Dubey, V., Hanrahan, A., Lockett, D., Scott, J., & Votta Bleeker, E. (2015). Clinical practice guideline (summary) for reducing pain during vaccine injections. Canadian Medical Association Journal.
  3. Birnie, K.A., Chambers, C.T., Taddio, A., McMurtry, C.M., Noel, M., Pillai Riddell, R., Shah, V., & HELPinKids&Adults Team (2015). Psychological interventions for vaccine injections in children and adolescents: Systematic review of randomized and quasi-randomized controlled trials. Clinical Journal of Pain.
  4. Boerner, K.E., Birnie, K.A., Chambers, C.T., Taddio, A., McMurtry, C.M., Noel, M., Shah, V., Pillai Riddell, R., & HELPinKIDS&Adults Team (2015). Simple psychological interventions for reducing pain from common needle procedures in adults: Systematic review of randomized and quasi-randomized controlled trials. Clinical Journal of Pain.
  5. McMurtry, C.M., Taddio, A., Noel, M., & HELPinKids&Adults Team (C.T. Chambers is part of the HELPinKids&Adults) (2015). Interventions for the management of high levels of needle fear: Systematic review of randomized controlled trials and quasi-randomized controlled trials. Clinical Journal of Pain.
  6. McMurtry, C.M., Pillai Riddell, R., Taddio, A., Racine, N., Asmundson, G.J.G., Noel, M., Chambers, C.T., Shah, V., & HELPinKids&Adults Team (2015). Far from “just a poke”: Common painful needle procedures and the development of needle fear. Clinical Journal of Pain.
  7. Noel, M., Taddio, A., McMurtry, C.M., Chambers, C.T., Pillai Riddell, R., Shah, V., & HELPinKids&Adults Team (2015). HELPinKids&Adults knowledge synthesis of the management of vaccination pain and high levels of needle fear: Limitations of the evidence and recommendations for future research. Clinical Journal of Pain.
  8. Pillai Riddell, R., Taddio, A., McMurtry, C.M., Chambers, C.T., Shah, V., Noel, M., & HELPinKIDS&Adults Team (2015). Psychological interventions for vaccine injections in young children 0 to 3 Years: Systematic review of randomized controlled trials and quasi-randomized controlled trials. Clinical Journal of Pain.
  9. Pillai Riddell, R., Taddio, A., McMurtry, C.M., Shah, V., Noel, M., Chambers, C.T., & HELPinKids&Adults Team (2015). Process interventions for vaccine injections: Systematic review of randomized controlled trials and quasi-randomized controlled trials. Clinical Journal of Pain.
  10. Shah, V., Taddio, A., McMurtry, C.M., Halperin, S.A., Noel, M., Pillai Riddell, R., Chambers, C.T., & HELPinKids&Adults Team (2015). Pharmacological and combined interventions to reduce vaccine injection pain in children and adults: Systematic review and meta-analysis. Clinical Journal of Pain.
  11. Taddio, A., Shah, V., McMurtry, C.M., MacDonald, N.E., Ipp, M., Pillai Riddell, R., Noel, M., Chambers C.T., & HELPinKIDS&Adults Team (2015). Procedural and physical interventions for vaccine injections: Systematic review of randomized controlled trials and quasi-randomized controlled trials. Clinical Journal of Pain.
  12. Twycross, A. & Chambers, C.T. (2015).Why aren’t clinical guidelines used in practice? What we learned from our Twitter Chat. Pediatric Pain Letter.
  13. Boerner, K.E., Noel, M., Birnie, K.A., Caes, L., Petter, M., & Chambers, C.T. (2015). Impact of threat level, task instruction, and individual characteristics on cold pressor pain and fear among children and their parents. Pain Practice.
  14. Chambers, C.T. & Mogil, J.S. (2015). Ontogeny and phylogeny of facial expression of pain. Pain.
  15. Speth, T.A., Coulombe, J.A., Markovich, A.N., Chambers, C.T., Godbout, R., Gruber, R., Hall, W.A., Reid, G.J., Stremler, R., Weiss, S.K., Witmans, M., & Corkum, P.V. (2015). Barriers, facilitators and usability of an Internet intervention for children aged 1 to 10 years with insomnia. Translational Issues in Psychological Science.
  16. Noel, M., Boerner, K.E., Birnie, K.A., Caes, L., Parker, J.A., Chambers, C.T., Fernandez, C.V., & Lee, K. (2015). Acceptability by parents and children of deception in pediatric research. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics.
  17. Noel, M., Palermo, T.M., Chambers, C.T., Taddio, A., & Hermann, C. (2015). Remembering the pain of childhood: Applying a developmental perspective framework to the study of pain memories. Pain.

2014

  1. Stevens, B.J., Yamada, J., Promislow, S.J., Stinson, J., Harrison, D., Victor, J.C., & CIHR Team in Children’s Pain (C.T. Chambers is a member of the CIHR Team). (2014). Implementation of multidimensional knowledge translation strategies to improve procedural pain in hospitalized children. Implementation Science.
  2. Chorney, J., McMurtry, C.M., Chambers, C.T., & Bakeman, R. (2015). Developing and modifying behavioral coding schemes in pediatric psychology: A practical guide. Journal of Pediatric Psychology.
  3. Birnie, K.A., Parker, J.A., & Chambers, C.T. (2014). Relevance of water temperature, apparatus, and age to children’s pain during the cold pressor task. Pain Practice.
  4. Rennick, J.E., Dougherty, G., Chambers, C.T., Stremler, R., Childerhose, J., Stack, D., Harrison, D., Campbell-Yeo, M., Dryden-Palmer, K., Zhang, X., & Hutchison, J. (2014). Children’s psychological and behavioral responses following pediatric intensive care unit hospitalization: The caring intensively study. BMC Pediatrics.
  5. von Baeyer, C.L., Stevens, B.J., Chambers, C.T., Craig, K.D., Finley, G.A., Grunau, R.E., Johnston, C.C., Pillai Riddell, R., Stinson, J.N., Dol, J., Campbell-Yeo, M, & McGrath, P.J. (2014). Training highly qualified health research personnel: The Pain in Child Health consortium. Pain Research & Management.
  6. Boerner, K.E., Gillespie, J.M., McLaughlin, E.N., Kuttner, L., & Chambers, C.T. (2014). Implementation of evidence-based psychological interventions for pediatric needle pain. Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology.
  7. Birnie, K.A., Chambers, C.T., Fernandez, C.V., Forgeron, P.A., Latimer, M.A., McGrath, P.J., Cummings, E.A., & Finley, G.A. (2014). Hospitalized children continue to report undertreated and preventable pain. Pain Research & Management.
  8. Birnie, K.A., Noel, M., Parker, J.A., Chambers, C.T., Uman, L.S., Kisely, S.R., & McGrath, P.J.(2014). Systematic review and meta-analysis: Distraction and hypnosis for needle-related pain and distress in children and adolescents. Journal of Pediatric Psychology.
  9. Campbell-Yeo, M.L., Johnston, C.C., Joseph, K.S., Feeley, N., Chambers, C.T., Barrington, K.J., & Walker, C.D. (2014). Co-bedding between preterm twins attenuates stress response following heel lance: Results of a randomized trial. The Clinical Journal of Pain.
  10. LeBlanc, C.K., Naugler, K., Morrison, K., Parker, J.A., & Chambers, C.T. (2014). Parent perceptions and satisfaction with inpatient child life specialist interventions and the role of child temperament. Children’s Health Care.
  11. Petter, M., McGrath, P.J., Chambers, C.T., & Dick, B.D.(2014). The effects of mindful attention and state mindfulness on acute experimental pain among adolescents. Journal of Pediatric Psychology.
  12. Birnie, K.A., Caes, L., Wilson, A.C., Williams, S.E., & Chambers, C.T. (2014). A practical guide and perspectives on the use of experimental pain modalities with children and adolescents. Pain Management.
  13. Boerner, K.E., Birnie, K.A., Caes, L., Schinkel, M., & Chambers, C.T. (2014). Sex differences in experimental pain among healthy children: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Pain.
  14. Stevens, B.J., Yamada, J., Estabrooks, C.A., Stinson, J., Campbell, F., Scott, S.D., Cummings, G., & CIHR Team in Children’s Pain (C.T. Chambers is a member of the CIHR Team). (2014). Pain in hospitalized children: Effect of a multidimensional knowledge translation strategy on pain process and clinical outcomes. Pain.

2013

  1. Boerner, K.E., Chambers, C.T., Craig, K.D., Pillai Riddell, R.R., & Parker, J.A. (2013). Caregiver accuracy in detecting deception in facial expressions of pain in children. Pain.
  2. Caes, L., Goubert, L., Sullivan, M., & Chambers, C.T. (2013). Catastrophic thinking about pain: A critical appraisal highlighting the importance of the social context and balance. Journal of Symptoms and Signs.
  3. Chambers, C.T., & Birnie, K.A. (2013). Lost in translation: A cautionary note about presentation of non-English measures in English language journals. Pain.
  4. Huguet, A., Hayden, J.A., Stinson, J., McGrath, P.J., Chambers, C.T., Tougas, M.E., & Wozney, L. (2013). Judging the quality of evidence in reviews of etiological and prognostic studies: Adapting the GRADE’s framework. Systematic Reviews.
  5. Knoll, A.K.I., McMurtry, C.M., & Chambers, C.T. (2013). Pain in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Experience, expression, and assessment. Pediatric Pain Letter.
  6. Petter, M., Chambers, C.T., & MacLaren Chorney, J. (2013). The effects of mindfulness-based attention on cold-pressor pain in children. Pain Research & Management.
  7. Petter, M., Chambers, C.T., McGrath, P.J., & Dick, B.D. (2013). The role of trait mindfulness in the pain experience of adolescents. The Journal of Pain.
  8. Rashotte, J., Coburn, G., Harrison, D., Stevens, B.J., Yamada, J., Abbott, L.K., & CIHR Team in Children’s Pain (C.T. Chambers is a member of the CIHR Team) (2013). Health care professionals’ pain narratives in hospitalized children’s medical records. Part 1: Pain descriptors. Pain Research & Management.
  9. Rashotte, J., Harrison, D., Coburn, G., Yamada, J., Stevens, B.J., & CIHR Team in Children’s Pain (C.T. Chambers is a member of the CIHR Team) (2013). Health care professionals’ pain narratives in hospitalized children’s medical records. Part 2: Structure and content. Pain Research & Management.
  10. Uman, L.S., Birnie, K.A., Noel, M., Parker, J.A., Chambers, C.T., McGrath, P.J., & Kisely, S.R. (2013). Psychological interventions for needle-related procedural pain and distress in children and adolescents. The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews.
  11. von Baeyer, C.L., Chambers, C.T., Forsyth, S.J., Eisen, S., & Parker, J.A. (2013). Developmental data supporting simplification of self-report pain scales for preschool-age children. The Journal of Pain.
  12. Vriend, J.L., Davidson, F.D., Corkum, P.V., Rusak, B., Chambers, C.T., & McLaughlin, E.N. (2013).Manipulating sleep duration alters emotional functioning and cognitive performance in children. Journal of Pediatric Psychology.

2012

  1. Bandstra, N.F., Johnson, S.A., Filliter, J.H., & Chambers, C.T. (2012). Self-reported and parent-reported pain for common painful events in high-functioning children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The Clinical Journal of Pain.
  2. Birnie, K.A., McGrath, P.J., & Chambers, C.T. (2012). When does pain matter? Acknowledging the subjectivity of clinical significance. Pain.
  3. Birnie, K.A., Petter, M., Boerner, K.E., Noel, M., & Chambers, C.T. (2012). Contemporary use of the cold pressor task in pediatric pain research: A systematic review of methods. The Journal of Pain.
  4. Campbell-Yeo, M.L., Johnston, C.C., Joseph, K.S., Feeley, N., Chambers, C.T., & Barrington, K.J. (2012). Cobedding and recovery time after heel lance in preterm twins: Results of a randomized trial. Pediatrics.
  5. Noel, M., Chambers, C.T., McGrath, P.J., Klein, R.M., & Stewart, S.H. (2012). The influence of children’s pain memories on subsequent pain experience. Pain.
  6. Noel, M., Chambers, C.T., McGrath, P.J., Klein, R.M., & Stewart, S.H. (2012). The role of state anxiety in children’s memories for pain. Journal of Pediatric Psychology.
  7. Noel, M., Chambers, C.T., Petter, M., McGrath, P.J., Klein, R.M., & Stewart, S.H. (2012). Pain is not over when the needle ends: A review and preliminary model of acute pain memory development in childhood. Pain Management.
  8. Noel, M., Petter, M., Parker, J.A., & Chambers, C.T. (2012). Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for pediatric chronic pain: The problem, research, and practice. Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy.
  9. Stevens, B.J., Harrison, D., Rashotte, J., Yamada, J., Abbott, L.K., Coburn, G., Stinson, J., Le May, S., & CIHR Team in Children’s Pain (C.T. Chambers is a member of the CIHR Team) (2012). Pain assessment and intensity in hospitalized children in Canada. The Journal of Pain.
  10. Vriend, J.L., Davidson, F.D., Corkum, P.V., Rusak, B., McLaughlin, E.N., & Chambers, C.T. (2012).Sleep quantity and quality in relation to daytime functioning in children. Children’s Health Care.

2011

  1. Bandstra, N.F., Chambers, C.T., McGrath, P.J., & Moore, C. (2011). The behavioural expression of empathy to others’ pain versus others’ sadness in young children. Pain.
  2. Birnie, K.A., Noel, M., Chambers, C.T., von Baeyer, C.L., & Fernandez, C.V. (2011). The cold pressor task: Is it an ethically acceptable pain research method in children? Journal of Pediatric Psychology.
  3. Cox, K., Fernandez, C.V., Chambers, C.T., Bandstra, N.F., & Parker, J.A. (2011). Impact on parents of receiving individualized feedback of psychological testing conducted with children as part of a research study. Accountability in Research.
  4. Huguet, A., McGrath, P.J., Stinson, J., Chambers, C.T., & Miró, J. (2011). Shaping the future of research on chronic pain in children. Pediatric Pain Letter.
  5. King, S., Chambers, C.T., Huguet, A., MacNevin, R.C., McGrath, P.J., Parker, L., & MacDonald, A.J. (2011). The epidemiology of chronic pain in children and adolescents revisited: A systematic review. Pain.
  6. McMurtry, C.M., Noel, M., Chambers, C.T., & McGrath, P.J. (2011). Children’s fear during procedural pain: Preliminary investigation of the Children’s Fear Scale. Health Psychology.
  7. Moon, E.C., Chambers, C.T., & McGrath, P.J. (2011). “He says, she says”: A comparison of fathers’ and mothers’ verbal behavior during child cold pressor pain. The Journal of Pain.
  8. Stevens, B.J., Abbott, L.K., Yamada, J., Harrison, D., Stinson, J., Taddio, A., Barwick, M., Latimer, M., Scott, S.D., Rashotte, J., Campbell, F., Finley, G.A., & CIHR Team in Children’s Pain (C.T. Chambers is a member of the CIHR Team). (2011). Epidemiology and management of painful procedures in hospitalized children across Canada. Canadian Medical Association Journal.
  9. von Baeyer, C.L., Chambers, C.T., & Eakins, D.M. (2011). Development of a 10-item short form of the Parents’ Postoperative Pain Measure: The PPPM-SF. The Journal of Pain.
  10. von Baeyer, C.L., Uman, L.S., Chambers, C.T., & Gouthro, A. (2011). Can we screen young children for their ability to provide accurate self-reports of pain? Pain.

2010 and Earlier

  1. Forgeron, P.A., King, S., Stinson, J.N., McGrath, P.J., MacDonald, A.J.,Chambers, C.T. (2010). Social functioning and peer relationships in children and adolescents with chronic pain: A systematic review. Pain Research & Management.
  2. King, S., MacDonald, A.J., & Chambers, C.T. (2010). Perceptions of healthy children towards peers with a chronic illness. Children’s Health Care.
  3. Lewandowski, A.S., Palermo, T.M., Stinson, J., Handley, S., & Chambers, C.T. (2010). Systematic review of family functioning in families of children and adolescents with chronic pain. The Journal of Pain.
  4. McMurtry, C.M., Chambers, C.T., McGrath, P.J., & Asp, E. (2010). When “don’t worry” communicates fear: Children’s perceptions of parental reassurance and distraction during a painful medical procedure. Pain.
  5. Noel, M., McMurtry, C.M., Chambers, C.T., & McGrath, P.J. (2010). Children’s memory for painful procedures: The influence of pain intensity, anxiety, and adult behaviors on subsequent recall. Journal of Pediatric Psychology.
  6. Taddio, A., Appleton, M., Bortolussi, R., Chambers, C.T., Dubey, V., Halperin, S., Hanrahan, A., Ipp, M., Lockett, D., MacDonald, N., Midmer, D., Mousmanis, P., Palda, V., Pielak, K., Pillai Riddell, R., Rieder, M., Scott, J., & Shah, V. (2010). Reducing the pain of childhood vaccination: An evidence-based clinical practice guideline. CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal.
  7. Taddio, A., Appleton, M., Bortolussi, R., Chambers, C.T., Dubey, V., Halperin, S., Hanrahan, A., Ipp, M., Lockett, D., MacDonald, N., Midmer, D., Mousmanis, P., Palda, V., Pielak, K., Pillai Riddell, R., Rieder, M., Scott, J., & Shah, V. (2010). Reducing the pain of childhood vaccination: An evidence-based clinical practice guideline (summary). CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal.
  8. Uman, L.S., Chambers, C.T., McGrath, P.J., Kisely, S., Matthews, D., & Hayton, K. (2010). Assessing the quality of randomized controlled trials examining psychological interventions for pediatric procedural pain: Recommendations for quality improvement. Journal of Pediatric Psychology.
  9. Campbell-Yeo, M.L., Johnston, C.C., Joseph, K.S., Feeley, N.L., Chambers, C.T., & Barrington, K.J. (2009). Study protocol: Co-bedding as a comfort measure for twins undergoing painful procedures (CComForT trial). BMC Pediatrics.
  10. Chambers, C.T., Taddio, A., Uman, L.S., McMurtry, C.M., & HELPinKIDS Team (2009). Psychological interventions for reducing pain and distress during routine childhood immunizations: A systematic review. Clinical Therapeutics.
  11. Grant, V.V., Bagnell, A.L., Chambers, C.T., & Stewart, S.H. (2009). Early temperament prospectively predicts anxiety in later childhood. The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry.
  12. Shah, V., Taddio, A., Rieder, M.J., & HELPinKIDS Team (C.T. Chambers is a member of the HELPinKIDS Team) (2009). Effectiveness and tolerability of pharmacologic and combined interventions for reducing injection pain during routine childhood immunizations: Systematic review and meta-analyses. Clinical Therapeutics.
  13. Taddio, A., Chambers, C.T., Halperin, S.A., Ipp, M., Lockett, D., Rieder, M.J., & Shah, V. (2009). Inadequate pain management during routine childhood immunizations: The nerve of it. Clinical Therapeutics.
  14. Taddio, A., Ilersich, A.L., Ipp, M., Kikuta, A., Shah, V., & HELPinKIDS Team (C.T. Chambers is a member of the HELPinKIDS Team) (2009). Physical interventions and injection techniques for reducing injection pain during routine childhood immunizations: Systematic review of randomized controlled trials and quasi-randomized controlled trials. Clinical Therapeutics.
  15. von Baeyer, C.L., Forsyth, S.J., Stanford, E.A., Watson, M., & Chambers, C.T. (2009). Response biases in preschool children’s ratings of pain in hypothetical situations. European Journal of Pain.
  16. Alderfer, M.A., Fiese, B.H., Gold, J.I., Cutuli, J.J., Holmbeck, G.N., Goldbeck, L., Chambers, C.T., Abad, M., Spetter, D., & Patterson, J. (2008). Evidence-based assessment in pediatric psychology: Measures of family functioning. Journal of Pediatric Psychology.
  17. Bandstra, N.F., Skinner, L., LeBlanc, C., Chambers, C.T., Hollon, E.C., Brennan, D., & Beaver, C. (2008). The role of child life in pediatric pain management: A survey of child life specialists. The Journal of Pain.
  18. Blount, R.L., Simons, L.E., Devine, K.A., Jaaniste, T., Cohen, L.L., Chambers, C.T., & Hayutin, L.G. (2008). Evidence-based assessment of coping and stress in pediatric psychology. Journal of Pediatric Psychology.
  19. Chambers, C.T., Corkum, P.V., & Rusak, B. (2008). Commentary: The importance of sleep in pediatric chronic pain: A wake-up call for pediatric psychologists. Journal of Pediatric Psychology.
  20. Moon, E.C., Chambers, C.T., Larochette, A.-C., Hayton, K., Craig, K.D., & McGrath, P.J. (2008). Sex differences in parent and child pain ratings during an experimental child pain task. Pain Research & Management.
  21. Stanford, E.A., Chambers, C.T., Biesanz, J.C., & Chen, E. (2008). The frequency, trajectories and predictors of adolescent recurrent pain: A population-based approach. Pain.
  22. Uman, L.S., Chambers, C.T., McGrath, P.J., & Kisely, S. (2008). A systematic review of randomized controlled trials examining psychological interventions for needle-related procedural pain and distress in children and adolescents: An abbreviated Cochrane Review. Journal of Pediatric Psychology.
  23. Lefaivre, M.J., Chambers, C.T., & Fernandez, C.V. (2007). Offering parents individualized feedback on the results of psychological testing conducted for research purposes with children: Ethical issues and recommendations. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology.
  24. McMurtry, C.M., McGrath, P.J., Asp, E., & Chambers, C.T. (2007). Parental reassurance and pediatric procedural pain: A linguistic description. The Journal of Pain.
  25. Craig, K.D., Stanford, E.A., Fairbairn, N.S., & Chambers, C.T. (2006). Emergent pain language communication competence in infants and children. Enfance.
  26. Kuttner, L., Chambers, C.T., Hardial, J., Israel, D.M., Jacobsen, K., & Evans, K. (2006). A randomized trial of yoga for adolescents with irritable bowel syndrome. Pain Research & Management.
  27. Larochette, A.C., Chambers, C.T., & Craig, K.D. (2006). Genuine, suppressed and faked facial expressions of pain in children. Pain.
  28. McMurtry, C.M., McGrath, P.J., & Chambers, C.T. (2006). Commentary: Reassurance can hurt: Parental behavior and painful medical procedures. The Journal of Pediatrics.
  29. Smith, K.B., & Chambers, C.T. (2006). Psychological and family functioning among children of parents with recurrent headaches. The Journal of Pain.
  30. Stanford, E.A., Chambers, C.T., & Craig, K.D. (2006). The role of developmental factors in predicting young children’s use of a self-report scale for pain. Pain.
  31. Uman, L.S., Chambers, C.T., McGrath, P.J., & Kisely, S. (2006). Psychological interventions for needle-related procedural pain and distress in children and adolescents. The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews.
  32. Chambers, C.T., Hardial, J., Craig, K.D., Court, C., & Montgomery, C. (2005). Faces scales for the measurement of postoperative pain intensity in children following minor surgery. The Clinical Journal of Pain.
  33. Palermo, T.M., & Chambers, C.T. (2005). Parent and family factors in pediatric chronic pain and disability: An integrative approach. Pain.
  34. Sawatzky, B.J., Slobogean, G.P., Reilly, C.W., Chambers, C.T., & Hol, A.T. (2005). Prevalence of shoulder pain in adult- versus childhood-onset wheelchair users: A pilot study. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development.
  35. Stanford, E.A., Chambers, C.T., & Craig, K.D. (2005). A normative analysis of the development of pain-related vocabulary in children. Pain.
  36. Stanford, E.A., Chambers, C.T., Craig, K.D., McGrath, P.J., & Cassidy, K.-L. (2005). “Ow!”: Spontaneous verbal pain expression among young children during immunization. The Clinical Journal of Pain.
  37. von Baeyer, C.L., Chambers, C.T., & Piira, T. (2005, June 19). Commentary: Evidence must form the basis for selection of self-report measures for use with children. The Suffering Child.
  38. von Baeyer, C.L., Piira, T., Chambers, C.T., Trapanotto, M., & Zeltzer, L. (2005). Guidelines for the cold pressor task as an experimental pain stimulus for use with children. The Journal of Pain.
  39. Chambers, C.T., Holly, C., & Eakins, D. (2004). Cognitive-behavioural treatment of recurrent abdominal pain in children: A primer for paediatricians. Paediatrics and Child Health.
  40. Nader, R., Oberlander, T.F., Chambers, C.T., & Craig, K.D. (2004). The expression of pain in children with autism. The Clinical Journal of Pain.
  41. Chambers, C.T., Finley, G.A., McGrath, P.J., & Walsh, T. (2003). The Parents’ Postoperative Pain Measure: Replication and extension to 2-6 year-old children. Pain.
  42. Finley, G.A., Chambers, C.T., McGrath, P.J., & Walsh, T. (2003). Construct validity of the Parents’ Postoperative Pain Measure. The Clinical Journal of Pain.
  43. Chambers, C.T., Craig, K.D., & Bennett, S.M. (2002). The impact of maternal behavior on children’s pain experiences: An experimental analysis. Journal of Pediatric Psychology.
  44. Chambers, C.T., & Johnston, C. (2002). Developmental differences in children’s use of rating scales. Journal of Pediatric Psychology.
  45. Badali, M.A., Pillai, R.R., Craig, K.D., Giesbrecht, K., & Chambers, C.T. (2000). Accuracy of children’s and parents’ memory for a novel pain experience. Pain Research & Management.
  46. Bennett, S.M., Chambers, C.T., Bellows, D., Court, C.A., Huntsman, E., Montgomery, C., Oberlander, T.F., Sheriff, M., & Siden, H. (2000). Evaluating treatment outcome in an interdisciplinary pediatric pain service. Pain Research & Management.
  47. Chambers, C.T., Giesbrecht, K., Craig, K.D., Bennett, S.M., & Huntsman, E. (1999). A comparison of faces scales for the measurement of pediatric pain: Children’s and parents’ ratings. Pain.
  48. Oberlander, T.F., Gilbert, C.A., Chambers, C.T., O’Donnell, M.E., & Craig, K.D. (1999). Biobehavioral responses to acute pain in adolescents with a significant neurologic impairment. The Clinical Journal of Pain.
  49. Chambers, C.T., Reid, G.J., Craig, K.D., McGrath, P.J., & Finley, G.A. (1998). Agreement between child and parent reports of pain. The Clinical Journal of Pain.
  50. Chambers, C.T., & Craig, K.D. (1998). An intrusive impact of anchors in children’s faces pain scales. Pain.
  51. Reid, G.J., Chambers, C.T., McGrath, P.J., & Finley, G.A. (1997). Coping with pain and surgery: Children’s and parents’ perspectives. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine.
  52. Bedard, G.B.V., Reid, G.J., McGrath, P.J., & Chambers, C.T. (1997). Coping and self-medication among a community sample of junior high students. Pain Research & Management.
  53. Chambers, C.T., Reid, G.J., McGrath, P.J., & Finley, G.A. (1997). Self administration of over-the-counter medication for pain among adolescents. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine.
  54. Chambers, C.T., Reid, G.J., McGrath, P.J., Finley, G.A., & Ellerton, M.L. (1997). A randomized trial of a pain education booklet: Effects on parents’ attitudes and postoperative pain management. Children’s Health Care.
  55. Chambers, C.T., Reid, G.J., McGrath, P.J., & Finley, G.A. (1996). Development and preliminary validation of a postoperative pain measure for parents. Pain.