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IASP Jun 2
The 12th International Symposium on pediatric pain is the premier conference for pediatric healthcare professionals focusing on the treatment of pain. Learn more and register:
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Randi D. Andersen, PhD Jun 14
At ? Come join our workshop «Pain in children and adolescents with intellectual and developmental disabilities - time to act» Tue Jun 18, 13.30-15.00 in Singapore with Frank Symons & Lara Genik
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Rachel Moline Jun 18
Ask about ACEs, improve sleep & acknowledge trauma to help child chronic pain-noteworthy take homes from
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Richelle Mychasiuk Jun 19
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Gloria T. Han Jun 19
Great talk by at discussing parent-child relations of cognitive-affective and somatic symptoms in a longitudinal framework. Loved this chance to express my interest in longitudinal modeling & effect hetero. in the context of moderators of Tx outcome!
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Tine Vervoort Dec 20
Honoured and grateful to be the recipient of the Early Career Award 2019
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Steve Kamper Jun 19
Does having a parent with pain increase the risk of pain in children? Come and chat with about her poster on this study
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Denise Harrison Jun 20
Back in Canada after an excellent Thanks for the very fast sprint through Frankfurt airport. Happy we made our connections!
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Amanda L. Stone Jun 18
Anyone interested in how a few of these process level and bigger picture parent factors play out overtime in an RCT should come to our workshop today: It Takes Two to Tango at 16:15 in Samarkand. I will be addressing some questions posed yesterday by
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Abbie Jones Jun 20
Thank you to for an amazing experience. Thank you also for help fund my attendance, along with . Thank you to and for funding the study I presented on my poster. Thank you to the presenters who have
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Adam Shriver Jun 17
Very excited to be participating in the ISPP's conference in Basel. The lineup is amazing!
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Denise Harrison Jun 19
Had a wonderful Great colleagues, great research. Thanks also to all who attended our Ethics in conducting placebo RCTs yesterday. As a follow-up, & my letter to editor is now published
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Kyle Vader Jun 17
. trainees & researchers well represented at it appears. Bravo all!! 🇨🇦
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Hayley Leake Jun 20
Thanks ! So lucky to have you as a PhD supervisor - not long until this one is out!
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C. Meghan McMurtry Jun 18
Yep, thanks - a nuanced look at nonverbal cues by observers in pain is particularly lacking. Thanks for letting me getting on my soapbox!
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Kaytlin Constantin Jun 18
Stop by my poster today about preliminary findings between parent HRV and behaviours during child acute pain!
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Keri Hainsworth Jun 18
Christine Chambers presenting on SKIP @ !
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Dr Roses Parker Jun 19
Thank you to everyone at tweeting for those of us who can't make it. Have a wonderful time!
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S Friedrichsdorf Jun 20
Morphine in neonates acts differently on the brain depending on presence or absence of pain. Debate between Ruth Grunau and Dick v. Tibboel about pros and cons of morphine for neonatal pain
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Allen Finley Jun 19
. giving great talk on importance of listening at “Sometimes a person needs a story more than food to stay alive.” (quote Barry Lopez) Both parents & HCPs have thoughts/ideas they are trying to transmit to the other.
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