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11 -**Dr. Samina Ali **is a pediatric emergency physician at the Stollery Children’s Hospital (Edmonton) and a Professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine at the University of Alberta. She completed her medical school at McGill University, General Pediatrics Residency at Memorial University, and Pediatric Emergency Training at McGill, as well. Dr. Ali is a national award-winning researcher, mentor, and educator. She is currently an executive member of Pediatric Emergency Research Canada (PERC), the founding co-chair of PERC’s Pain Interest Group, and the Western Canadian hub lead for Solutions for Kids in Pain (SKIP), a national knowledge mobilization network. Her nationally-funded research program concerns better pain management for children in the emergency department, with a focus on responsible prescribing of opioid analgesia and the management of medical procedure-related pain. Samina was aslo the Co-Chair for the Paediatric Pain Community of Practice (CoP), which developed the pediatric pain toolkits found on on the Children's Healthcare Canada website: [[https:~~/~~/ken.childrenshealthcarecanada.ca/xwiki/bin/view/Paediatric+Pain/>>url:https://ken.childrenshealthcarecanada.ca/xwiki/bin/view/Paediatric+Pain/]]
10 +**Dr. Samina Ali **is a pediatric emergency physician at the Stollery Children’s Hospital (Edmonton) and a Professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine at the University of Alberta. She completed her medical school at McGill University, General Pediatrics Residency at Memorial University, and Pediatric Emergency Training at McGill, as well. Dr. Ali is a national award-winning researcher, mentor, and educator. She is currently an executive member of Pediatric Emergency Research Canada (PERC), the founding co-chair of PERC’s Pain Interest Group, and the Western Canadian hub lead for Solutions for Kids in Pain (SKIP), a national knowledge mobilization network. Her nationally-funded research program concerns better pain management for children in the emergency department, with a focus on responsible prescribing of opioid analgesia and the management of medical procedure-related pain. Samina was aslo the Co-Chair for the Paediatric Pain Community of Practice (CoP), which developed the pediatric pain toolkits found on on the Children's Healthcare Canada website: [[https:~~/~~/ken.childrenshealthcarecanada.ca/xwiki/bin/view/Paediatric+Pain/>>url:https://ken.childrenshealthcarecanada.ca/xwiki/bin/view/Paediatric+Pain/||style="background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);"]]