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1 1  As part of our SPARK: Pain Theme Month, this webinar will highlight the following Chronic Pain Network (CPN)-funded pediatric pain research projects:
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3 -**~1. Trauma and Pain: An Intergenerational Problem //with Dr. Melanie Noel//**
3 +**~1. Trauma and Pain: An Intergenerational Problem //with Dr. Sabine Soltani//**
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5 5  Children with chronic pain and their parents experience trauma symptoms at much higher rates than non-pain populations and trauma is linked to worse pain and functioning. Conceptual models of mutual maintenance posit that neurobiological, cognitive-behavioral, and interpersonal factors drive this relationship, but this has not yet been empirically shown in prospective research. Dr. Noel will present new prospective data from a cohort of treatment-seeking youth with chronic pain and their parents (N=150) integrating methods in brain-imaging, eye-tracking, ecological momentary assessment, and activity monitoring demonstrating the roles of brain activation, cognitive biases, sleep disturbances and parent factors in the co-occurrence and maintenance of trauma (ACEs, PTSD) and pediatric chronic pain. Data demonstrating epigenetic and behavioural (parenting responses, sleep disturbances) mechanisms underlying the intergenerational transmission of risk for pediatric chronic pain across generations will be presented. Overlapping epigenetic factors yielded from combining the animal and human models will be identified.
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17 17  iCanCope with Pain is a smartphone-based pain self-management platform for youth with chronic pain. It was created through a user-centred design approach that involved youth with pain and healthcare providers at every stage. The core features include symptom tracking, SMART goal setting, toolbox of pain education and coping strategies, and peer community. Condition specific iterations of iCanCope have been developed for youth with chronic pain, arthritis, sickle cell disease, neurofibromatosis, and post-operative pain. This presentation will focus on preliminary data from a CPN-funded randomized controlled trial of iCanCope in adolescents and youth adults with chronic pain from across Canada.
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19 -**5. Aboriginal Children's Hurt and Healing Initiative National: Gathering and Sharing Knowledge to Improve Aboriginal Children's Pain Assessment and Management //with Dr. Margot Latimer//**
19 +**5. Aboriginal Children's Hurt and Healing Initiative National: Gathering and Sharing Knowledge to Improve Aboriginal Children's Pain Assessment and Management //with Dr. Margot Latimer & Family Partner, Angela Naveau//**
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21 21  Expansion of the Aboriginal Children’s Hurt & Healing initiative to encompass six additional communities, including four more First Nations (Alberta, BC, Ontario and Quebec), one Inuit (Labrador) and one Metis (Manitoba) community. The Aboriginal Children’s Hurt & Healing (ACHH) Initiative was created out of a need to better understand the issue of chronic pain in Aboriginal pediatric populations. Aboriginal children experience higher rates of painful conditions including, but not limited to, dental pain, ear pain and headaches. However, pain management and treatment remains inadequate. ACHH Initiative has engaged four Atlantic Canadian First Nations communities (3 Mi’kmaq, 1 Maliseet) to begin to better understand the prevalence, experience and conceptualization of pain.
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