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






Copyright © 2014,
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 ®.


Past issues


Vol. 16 No. 1-2 (June 2014): See Current issue
Note from the Editor Deirdre E. Logan 1-3
Pain assessment in mechanically ventilated PICU patients: It’s complicated Tamara L. Dorfman, Gwen R. Rempel, Shannon D. Scott, and Lisa Hartling 4-7
Supporting children with chronic pain in their return to school Kailyn M. Jones, Sara King, and Jill E. MacLaren Chorney 8-14
Considerations of non-medical use of prescription opioids (NMUPO) in pediatric pain management Stephanie Jane Dowden 15-21
Pediatric pain psychology fellowship training: Current trends in the USA and future goals Rashmi Bhandari, Grace Kao, and Deirdre E. Logan 22-28
Book Review
A cross-disciplinary resource for treating chronic pain in children and adolescents
Practical treatment options for chronic pain in children and adolescents: an interdisciplinary therapy manual
Edin Randall and Monique Ribeiro 29-31
Book Review
Paying attention to pediatric pain
Managing pain in children: a clinical guide for nurses and healthcare professionals (2nd edition)
Linda B. Hurd and Elizabeth Ely 32-34


Vol. 15 No. 3 (December 2013)
The painful truth: A review of the clinical use of skin conductance monitoring for postoperative pain assessment Eugene K. Choo 29-33
Impact of pediatric chronic pain on siblings: Evidence and theory Tiina Jaaniste, Elisa Phipps, Tamara Lang, and G. David Champion 34-37
DVD Review
Exploring pain management through the lens of dance
Dancing with pain
Torie E. Carlson 38-40


Vol. 15 No. 2 (August 2013)
Product Review
Evaluation of the “ditto™” for pediatric procedural support
Brenda Gordley and Charmaine Kleiber 16-18
Children give different self-reports of pain intensity to different people: The influence of social display rules Judith Versloot, Carl L. von Baeyer, and Kenneth D. Craig 19-22
Pain in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Experience, expression, and assessment Amanda K. I. Knoll, C. Meghan McMurtry, and Christine T. Chambers 23-28


Vol. 15 No. 1 (April 2013)
Chronic pain is like… The clinical use of analogy and metaphor in the treatment of chronic pain in children Rachael Coakley and Neil Schechter 1-8
Missed opportunities: School as an undervalued site for effective pain management Jessica Boutilier and Sara King 9-15


Vol. 14 No. 3 (December 2012)
A supportive harmony: Music therapy for complex painful dressing changes Deborah Benkovitz, Tracy Pasek, and Sarah Miedel 34-38
Book Review
A very French textbook on pediatric pain
La douleur chez l'enfant (2ème
édition)
Marie-Claude Grégoire 39-43
Ideas for improving preoperative preparation of children for anesthesia: Winners of a competition in France Françoise Galland 44-46


Vol. 14 No. 2 (August 2012)
Book Review
How to be a pediatric pain psychologist
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for chronic pain in children and adolescents
Deirdre E. Logan and Shannon Odell 25-27
Book Review
Three books for children: when kissing a boo boo is not enough
GrrrOUCH! Pain is like a grouchy bear
Imagine a rainbow: a child's guide for soothing pain
Be the boss of your pain: self-care for kids
Linda Thomson 28-30
Book Review
The importance of listening in pediatric care
In pain we trust: a conversation between mother and son on the journey from sickness to health
Emily F. Law and Tonya M. Palermo 31-33


Vol. 14 No. 1 (April 2012)
The use of distraction, acceptance, and mindfulness-based techniques in the treatment of pediatric pain Sophia Grewal, Mark Petter, and Amanda B. Feinstein 1-9
Overcoming common barriers to engagement in psychological services for chronic pain: A one-day intensive pain management workshop for youth and parents Rachael Coakley and Brittany N. Barber 10-15
No Pain, All Gain: The creation of a non-pharmacological pain management group for children and their families Breanne Mathers and Nicholas Joachimides 16-20
Book Review
Merging science and practice in treating pediatric chronic pain
Handbook of pediatric chronic pain: current science and integrative practice
Bruce D. Dick 21-24


Vol. 13 No. 3 (December 2011)
Massage for pain relief in pediatric palliative care: Potential benefits and challenges Sarah G. Buttle, C. Meghan McMurtry, and Shannon Marshall 24-29
Book Review
A pocket guide for pediatric nurses
Compact clinical guide to infant and child pain management: an evidence-based approach for nurses
Kathy Reid 30-33


Vol. 13 No. 2 (August 2011)
Book Review
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) explained: for teenagers, by teenagers
Caitlin Conroy and Deirdre Logan 17-19
Website Review
The Coping Club: a new user-generated resource for children with pain and other medical conditions
Michelle M. Ernst 20-23


Vol. 13 No. 1 (April 2011)
Pain assessment and decision making: Have we missed the mark? Terri Voepel-Lewis 1-6
Shaping the future of research on chronic pain in children Anna Huguet, Patrick J. McGrath, Jennifer Stinson, Christine T. Chambers, and Jordi Miró 7-12
Water circulation and turbulence in the cold pressor task: Unexplored sources of variance among experimental pain laboratories Carl L. von Baeyer, David Torvi, Howard Hemingson, and David Beriault 13-16


Vol. 12 No. 3 (December 2010)
ChildKind: A global initiative to reduce pain in children Neil L. Schechter, G. Allen Finley, Nancy S. Bright, Martin Laycock, and Paula Forgeron 26-30
The use of art therapy to introduce acceptance in treatment for pediatric chronic pain Aimée N. Pugh and Jessica W. Guite 31-36


Vol. 12 No. 2 (August 2010)
A tricky business: Blunting the pain of childhood immunizations F. Ralph Berberich 14-17
Ethical challenges in pediatric pain research Melanie Noel and Kathryn A. Birnie 18-22
Book Review
A child in pain: What health professionals can do to help
Reviewed by Marie-Claude Grégoire 23-25


Vol. 12 No. 1 (April 2010)
Development of an intensive pain rehabilitation program for children and adolescents with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Deirdre E. Logan, Gloria Chiang, Marianne Condon, Emily Firn, Veronica Gaughan, Melinda Hogan, David S. Leslie, Katie Olson, Laura Simons, and Charles B. Berde 1-6
Do organizational quality improvement strategies improve pain management? Alison Twycross and Stephanie J. Dowden 7-10
Book Review
Managing pain in children: A clinical guide
Reviewed by Karen L. Hewson 11-13


Vol. 11 No. 3 (December 2009)
Status of pediatric nurses’ knowledge about pain Alison Twycross and Stephanie J. Dowden 17-21
Pain assessment in Sub-Saharan Africa Marie Anne Walters 22-26
Parental response to children’s abdominal pain: The role of worries about pain Miranda van Tilburg 27-30


Vol. 11 No. 2 (August 2009)
Age and efficacy of topical anesthetics Tanya Wrzosek, Mary Ellen Hogan, and Anna Taddio 8-11
Iyengar yoga for pediatric chronic pain Subhadra Evans, Jennie Tsao, and Lonnie Zeltzer 12-16


Vol. 11 No. 1 (April 2009)
Reducing opioid medication errors: Taming the dark side of the Force Richard E. McClead, Jr. 1-4
Book review
Managing persistent pain in adolescents: A handbook for therapists
Reviewed by Megan Turville 5-7


Vol. 10 No. 3 (December 2008)
Treatment-related expectations in pediatric chronic pain Anna C. Long and Jessica W. Guite 18-22


Vol. 10 No. 2 (August 2008)
Theories of fear acquisition: The development of needle phobia in children Siyao Du, Tiina Jaaniste, G. David Champion, and Carol S.L. Yap 13-17


Vol. 10 No. 1 (April 2008)
Pain following pediatric tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy: What do we know about home pain management? Shirley A. Wiggins 1-6
The paradox of physical activity and pain for children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis Susan Tupper 7-12


Vol. 9 No. 3 (December 2007)
Implementing a nurse-driven topical analgesic protocol: Two steps forward, one step back Tracy Ann Pasek, Dawn Thomas, Indira Khimji, Carol Schmitt, Ann Spence, and Rebecca Hanni 25-31
Knowledge translation in psychological interventions for pediatric pain: Bridging the gap between research and practice Nancy F. Bandstra 32-36


Vol. 9 No. 2 (August 2007)
Training health researchers: Challenges, systemic changes, and a model solution C. Meghan McMurtry, Thaila Corrêa Castral, and Ananda Fernandes 13-16
Values-based exposure and acceptance in the treatment of pediatric chronic pain: From symptom reduction to valued living Rikard K. Wicksell 17-24


Vol. 9 No. 1 (April 2007)
Screening young children for their ability to use self-report pain scales Leah J. Besenski, Sasha J. Forsyth and, Carl L. von Baeyer 1-7
Pain catastrophizing in adolescents: The impact of attachment style Isabelle Tremblay and Michael J.L. Sullivan 8-12


Vol. 8 No. 3 (December 2006)
Stress, coping, and psychiatric comorbidity in pediatric chronic daily headache Marieke Anne Blom 18-22
Clinical meaning of a decline in pain intensity in children and its implications in care and research M. Soledad Cepeda and Daniel B. Carr 23-27


Vol. 8 No. 2 (August 2006)
Sleep in children and adolescents with chronic pain Tonya Palermo and Irina Fonareva 11-15
What I learned at the VIIth International Symposium on Pediatric Pain (ISPP 2006) Contributions from readers 16-17


Vol. 8 No. 1 (April 2006)
Intervention for Recurrent Abdominal Pain Lutz Goldbeck 1-5
Virtual Reality distraction during pediatric medical procedures Belinda Lange, Marie Williams, and Ian Fulton 6-10


Vol. 7 No. 2-3 (December 2005)
The school functioning of children with chronic and recurrent pain Esther Chin Chi Chan, Tiina Piira and, Grant Betts 11-16
Safety issues in pediatric patient-controlled analgesia by proxy Gary Allegretta 17-19


Vol. 7 No. 1 (August 2005)
The socialization of pain: Peer influences in adolescence Jill Hatchette 1-4
The impact of pediatric chronic pain on the family Abbie Jordan 5-8
Book Review
Conquering your child’s chronic pain: A pediatrician’s guide for reclaiming a normal childhood
Reviewed by Faizah Visram 9-10


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