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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 © 2019,
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. 21 No. 1

February 2019

Table of Contents


Commentary

Becoming a pediatric pain specialist: Training opportunities to advance the science and practice of pediatric pain treatment

by Rashmi P. Bhandari, PhD, John Goddard, MB BS, FFPMRCA, EDPM, Fiona Campbell, BSc, MD, FRCA, Michael Sangster, BScPT, MBA, DPT, and Bonnie Stevens, RN, PhD


1-10

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Commentary

The importance of pictures to communicate pain location in children

by Phyllis J. Mesko, RN, CPN, and Jennifer L. Clark, MA


28-32

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Video Review

One step at a time: a straightforward guide down the rocky road of complex regional pain syndrome

The Diagnosis and Treatment of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) in Children

reviewed by Teresa O'Neil, MSN, CPNP


33-37

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Acknowledgment

Reviewers in 2018



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