Science Helping Children


The Centre for Pediatric Pain Research is an international leader in children’s pain research. The interdisciplinary research conducted by our faculty, students, and staff tackles many facets of children’s acute and chronic pain. We are committed to conducting high-quality research on how to better understand, assess, and manage children’s pain and translating this research into improved practice.

This site provides an overview of our work, including current research activities at the Centre, information about our faculty and students, as well as links to useful resources on pain assessment and management in children.

 


Latest Blog Entry

The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health Commission: Delivering Transformative Action in Paediatric Pain

October 19th, 2020

Every infant, child, and adolescent will experience pain at times throughout their life. Paediatric pain ranges from acute to chronic, and includes procedural, disease-related, breakthrough, and other types of pain. Despite its ubiquity, pain is often silenced and appropriate relief too ... read more