This page contains educational resources that are related to the topic of paediaric pain.
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Video 1 - Pain-Less Practice: Techniques to Reduce Procedural Pain and Anxiety in Pediatric Acute Care, ClinicalKey, March 1 2017
Video 2 - Pain-Less Practice: Techniques to Reduce Procedural Pain and Anxiety in Pediatric Acute Care, ClinicalKey, March 1 2017
In these guidelines, the World Health Organization (WHO) provides evidence-informed recommendations for the management of chronic pain in children. The recommendations are based on the most current, high-quality scientific evidence, and were formulated following processes and using methods that meet the highest international standards for guideline development. The recommendations in this guideline are based on systematic reviews of the evidence on benefits, harms, acceptability and feasibility, as well as on equity and resource considerations.
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