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It Doesn't Have to Hurt

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Research plays an important role in improving pain management for children. On this page we showcase our research and resources that are most relevant for researchers. We are also always looking for new researchers to collaborate with and new trainees to join our team.

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Our Work

Research

We also conduct original grant-funded research on a range of topics in children's pain management, with a focus on developmental,
psychological, and family factors.

Click on the links below to find out more about our research.

Social Media for Health Researchers

Are you a health researcher or trainee? We need your help completing a survey about your social media use!

Pain in childhood cancer survivors

We're learning more about pain in childhood cancer survivors.

Pain in juvenile idiopathic arthritis

We’re hoping to better understand arthritis- and treatment-related pain.

Needles don't have to hurt

We're asking parents to tell us what they think about an information sheet for managing their child's vaccination pain.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I become involved in your research?

We love to hear from anyone interested in becoming involved in our research. There are opportunities available for parents and families, students at all levels and across disciplines, researchers, and organizations. Contact Dr. Christine Chambers by email and introduce yourself to learn more.

Are there any positions available in your lab for trainees?

Dr. Chambers supervises trainees from all over the world at all levels of study and across multiple disciplines. Contact Dr. Christine Chambers by email and introduce yourself to learn more.

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Leading the Charge

Dr. Christine Chambers

Dr. Christine Chambers

Dr. Chambers is an international leader in the study of children’s pain. She holds the Canada Research Chair (Tier 1) in Children's Pain and is a Killam Professor in the Departments of Pediatrics and Psychology & Neuroscience at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. She and her research team are based in the Centre for Pediatric Pain Research at the IWK Health Centre. Her award-winning work spans research, training, knowledge translation, and advocacy.

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