Latest addition to the CKI Resource Library: “Acute Procedural Pain: Paediatric Recommendations and Implementation Toolkits”

Posted by kmarquis | September 7, 2016

“The Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres (CAPHC) Pain Community of Practice (CoP) represents a group of professionals, informally bound to one another through exposure to a common class of challenges and common pursuit of solutions. We have a focus on nurturing new knowledge, stimulating innovation, sharing knowledge and quality improvement. Possible outputs could include leading practices, guidelines, knowledge repositories, technical problem and solution discussions, working papers, and strategies.   The Pain CoP has chosen acute procedural pain as its first area of focus. Results of a  systematic review and other research has resulted in 6 key acute procedural pain management recommendations.”

Tool Kit leads

Intranasal Fentanyl:  Dr. Melissa Chan, MD, FRCPC Pediatric Emergency Physician, Stollery Children’s Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta, Assistant Program Director, General Pediatrics, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta

Pain with Suturing:  Dre. Evelyne Trottier MD, FRCPC Pediatric Emergency Physician, CHU Ste. Justine Universite de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec

Topical Anesthetics (Venipuncture):  Kathy Reid RN,MN,NP Nurse Practitioner Pediatric Chronic Pain Services, Stollery Children’s Hospital Edmonton, Alberta

Oral Sucrose:  Geri St. Jean RN Clinical Nurse Educator, Emergency Department Stollery Children’s Hospital Edmonton, Alberta

Pain Assessment:  Dr. Naveen Poonai MSc MD FRCPC Paediatric Emergency Physician, Children’s Hospital, London Health Sciences Center Associate Professor Paediatrics and Internal Medicine, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Associate Scientist, Child Health Research Institute, Research Director, Division of Paediatric Emergency Medicine

Distraction:  Elana Jackson, MA, CCLS, RECE Certified Child Life Specialist, Emergency Department, McMaster Children’s Hospital, Hamilton Health Sciences

Non-nutritive sucking, breastfeeding and positioning:  Dr. Denise Harrison (RN, PhD)Associate Professor and Chair in Nursing Care of Children, Youth and Families, University of Ottawa and Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO)

 


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