#KidsCancerPain is a social media initiative to improve parents’ awareness and use of evidence-based information about children’s cancer pain assessment and management. In partnership with the Cancer Knowledge Network (CKN), we translated scientific knowledge about children’s cancer pain management into blog posts, YouTube videos, Facebook polls, social media images, and a Twitter chat. The #KidsCancerPain campaign was brought to you by the team of researchers and parents listed below.
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Read BMJ Blogs guest post by Emily Drake on the #KidsCancerPain campaign and learn "5 Tips Parents/Caregivers Can Use to Help Make Cancer Less Painful for Kids" The #KidsCancerPain campaign was in partnership with Cancer Knowledge Network and funded...
We are honoured to have two videos in this year’s CIHR video competition: “What This Mom Learned about Emergency Room Pain Management“, which is part of our #ItDoesntHaveToHurt research “Making Cancer Less Painful for Kids“, part of our #KidsCancerPain research A portion of the...