The Pain Hub believes in creating knowledge in the Pediatric Pain department. With the affiliation to the University of Ottawa, the Pain Hub consists of some of the top researchers in the field. They are interested in gaining better knowledge in the issue of Pediatric Pain, to find new ways in treating the problem in a clinical setting.
Check out the studies that are currently being conducted at the University of Ottawa in the Pediatric Pain domain. If you are interested in participating, contact the Pain Hub with the title of the study and the researcher's.
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PICU Cohort Study- Denise Harrison
Multi-site mixed methods study examining the long-term psychological outcomes of children hospitalized in PICU.
Be Sweet to Babies- Denise Harrison
Pilot RCT at CHEO examininig the use of sucrose in neonates receiving opiods during a heel lance.
Too Many Screaming Babies- Denise Harrison
Pre- and post-study to assess the efficacy of YouTube as a knowledge strategy on use of breastfeeding and sucrose during immunizations.
SPiN- Denise Harrison
Multi-site randomized controlloed trial (RCT) at CHEO and TOH examining the minimal effective dose of sucrose required for pain management in neonates during a heel lance.
Be Sweet to Toddlers- Denise Harrison
Pilot RCT at CHEO examining the use of sucrose in young children during venipuncture.
Sustainability- Denise Harrison
Prospective cohort RCT examining the sustainbility of pain practices and influencing factors in 8 Canadian pediatric hospitals.
Pain Practices Survey- Denise Harrison
Provincial wide survey to determine current procedural pain management practices for healthy and sick newborn infants in Ontario hospitals.
Pain 101 Peer to peer interaction- Paula Forgeron
Multi-site survey examining the impact of friendship in children with chronic pain.