Posters are available by clicking on each title. If a PPT opens, download it and play it as a 'slideshow' so you can hear the audio.
Communicating with Children about ‘Everyday’ Pain
Get Insight Into Your Pain – Development and Evaluation of a Multidimensional Tool to Assess Pain Concepts in Parents of Children with Chronic Pain
Knowledge into Practice: Improving Pain Management in a Pediatric Department
Know Pain, No Pain! Development and Preliminary Testing of a Tool to Assess Biopsychosocial Pain Concepts in Children
Parental (Non-) Pain-Attending Verbalizations Moderating the Impact of a Pain Educational Video Intervention upon Child Pain-Related Memory
Portrayals of Pain in Children’s Popular Media: Observational Findings of Parental Beliefs and Attitudes
Raising the Future - Educational Assessment Today and Tomorrow; The Experience of a Group of Pediatric Pain Medicine (PPM) Fellowship Directors in the U.S.link to video