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1 1  Approximately 1 to 3 million Canadian children and teens live with pain lasting months to years. Children with chronic pain and their families are experts on what it’s like to live with pain, but until now, research has not asked what issues they care about most. Three years ago we established Partnering For Pain, a national patient engagement project seeking to co-produce the future of pediatric chronic pain research and care through partnership with patients, families, researchers, healthcare providers, and advocacy groups. A key outcome from our project was completion of a rigorous Priority Setting Partnership to identify the top priorities for research and care in pediatric chronic pain in Canada. This webinar will present the final Top 10 priorities identified by patients, families, and clinicians across Canada, as well as a new evidence and gap map to guide policymakers, researchers, and clinicians in addressing these priorities. The webinar will also discuss the benefits, challenges, and potential of patient engagement in child health research and care. The webinar will be co-presented by a researcher/healthcare provider and youth patient partner with lived experience with chronic pain.
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