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Special Interest Group on Pain in Childhood
Pediatric Pain Letter

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Editor:
Deirdre E. Logan, PhD
Children's Hospital Boston
Boston, USA






Copyright © 2017,
Special Interest Group on
Pain in Childhood,
International Association
for the Study of Pain ®,
www.childpain.org

ISSN 1715-3956

Disclaimer:
Information appearing in Pediatric Pain Letter is not reviewed by, and is not necessarily endorsed by, the Special Interest Group on Pain in Childhood, nor by IASP ®.

Vol. 19 No. 2

June 2017

Table of Contents


Commentary

Translational research in pediatric pain: A new frontier

by Christine B. Sieberg, PhD


20-23

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Commentary

How understanding the function of behavior can improve physical therapy progress: The case for psychology

by Erin E. Brannon, PhD, and Ethan R. Benore, PhD


24-28

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Book Review

First step to normal: A top-notch roadmap to navigating childhood pain

Pain in children & young adults: the journey back to normal. Two pediatricians’ mind-body guide for parents by Lonnie Zeltzer and Paul Zeltzer

reviewed by R. Blake Windsor, MD


29-30

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