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Pain in juvenile idiopathic arthritis

Parent perspectives of arthritis-related pain

Parents of children with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (between the ages of 0-17) are invited to participate in an online study led by researchers at the IWK Health Centre. We know that pain is a common experience in childhood arthritis, and that it often due to both the disease itself and some of the treatments. We have partnered with Cassie & Friends to better understand parent perspectives of arthritis-related pain through a brief online survey.

You will be entered into a draw to win 1 of 5 $100 CAD online gift cards as a thank you.

The survey can be accessed here: JIA Survey

This study has been approved by the IWK Health Centre Research Ethics Board.

 


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It Doesn’t Have to Hurt: Take the survey to help better understand JIA pain

October 26th, 2018

Our partners at Cassie & Friends published a blog post on our research. Click here to read more.

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Research Team


Yvonne Brandelli

Co-Principal Investigator (Trainee)

Dalhousie University

Christine Chambers

Co-Principal Investigator (Supervisor)

Dalhousie University & IWK Health Centre

Jennifer Wilson

Co-Investigator

Cassie & Friends

Jennifer Stinson

Co-Investigator

The Hospital for Sick Children & University of Toronto

Adam Huber

Co-Investigator

Dalhousie University & IWK Health Centre

Perri Tutelman

Co-Investigator

Dalhousie University

IWK Health Centre
Centre for Pediatric Pain Research
Dalhousie University