PICH webinars are an amazing way to connect with trainees and faculty across the globe. Each month, a webinar is given on a topic about paediatric pain. The trainee provides a PowerPoint presentation about their research and a moderator asks questions and facilitates discussion.
Trainees and faculty from all over the world tune in and ask questions through the online platform as the presentation is given live. All PICH trainees are expected to give a least one webinar during their training.
Viewing information and Zoom links for each webinar are sent out a week prior and are only open to PICH trainees and PICH faculty.
Watch recordings of past PICH webinars
Thursday March 20, 2023 – 3:00pm – 4:30pm EST
Webinar Session Title : Patient Perspectives of Pediatric Pain
1) Samantha Noyek (Canada) – Photos Sculpt Youth Stories of Their Major Surgery Journeys
2) Delane Linkiewich (Canada) – The Perceptions of Adolescents with Chronic Pain About Peer Support
3) Ryan Parson (UK) – Investigating the perception, understanding and experience of flourishing in adolescent chronic pain using Q-methodology
Dr. Paula Forgeron
Thursday June 29, 2023 – 3:00pm – 4:30pm EST
Webinar Session Title: Expert Perspectives: Knowledge Mobilization of Existing Tools for Pediatric Pain Assessment and Intervention
1) Nicole Pope (AUS) – Expert recommendations on using electronic medical records to care for hospitalised children with pain
2) Olivia Dobson (Canada) – Making Needles Comfortable for Children with Autism: Parent Perspectives on Tailoring Existing Tools
3) Nicole MacKenzie (Canada) – Researchers’ perspectives on factors supporting successful knowledge mobilization in pediatric pain: A mixed-methods approach
Tuesday November 14, 2023 – 4:00pm – 5:30pm EST
Webinar Session Title: Predictors and Prevention of Chronic Pain in Youth
1) Sarah Wallwork (AUS) – Identifying and harnessing opportunities for children to learn about pain and injury
2) Jenna Jessa (Canada) – Changes in brain microstructure with the chronification of pain in youth at risk for internalizing mental health conditions
3) Atiqa Priwani (Canada) – Predictors of the development of chronic pain following concussion in youth