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Pain Care For Children

Neil Pearson
One of the most informative sessions, for me, at the 2012 Canadian Pain Conference was a session on acute pain care for children. A number of doctors offered research evidence and experiences about how children with acute injuries are provided pain medications. Like many people in the audience, I was shocked to hear that the average time a child in an emergency room waits before receiving pain medications is two...
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What Do We NEED?

Christina Souza Ma
My little one has a habit of saying “I need this Mummy”, and I always shift it by reminding him to say, “I would like this please” or “may I have this please?”. I ask myself where and how he captured the word “need” in his vocabulary? It’s a very strong statement to make. (more…)
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