Resouces Tagged "behavioral scales"

Pain assessment

This comprehensive list of questions for providers to ask their patients in assessing pain levels was produced by Connecticut Children’s. Begins with standardized questions about pain type, location, duration etc, and behavioral assessments to be used in patients who cannot self report.

Assessing Pain in Children

Slide presentation overview of the steps in assessment of pain in children produced by the Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne; Includes pain rating scales, actions, and and assessment in disabled children.


A reprint of the original COMFORT scale with instructions for use in a clinical setting.

Assessment Resource Sheet: Pediatric Pain

A listing of the most well-known pediatric pain assessment tools. All measures are classified as well-established assessment, approaching well-established assessment, and promising.