Below are several educational videos developed by other research groups.
Translating Emergency Knowledge for Kids (TREKK)
TRanslating Emergency Knowledge for Kids (TREKK) is a growing network of researchers, clinicians, national organizations and health consumers who share the same goal – to improve emergency care for children across Canada.
The video below provides a synopsis of the work done by TREKK.
Pain in Child Health (PICH)
Over the past decade the PICH research training initiative has transformed Canada into a world-leader in pediatric pain research. PICH has fostered a community of scientists and trainees charged with creating new knowledge to minimize pain and suffering in children around the world.
Below is a 2 minute video that briefly summarizes some of the successes PICH has achieved over the last 10 years. For more on where PICH is heading, please review their website.
Managing Children's Pain
It Doesn't Have to Hurt: Strategies for Helping Children with Shots and Needles
Below is a fun, light-hearted, and engaging new video, provided by the Centre for Pediatric Pain Research
, aimed at parents and health professionals. In this video a young child advises her mom on some simple things that parents can do—and shouldn’t do—to help make the experience less stressful and painful.
It Doesn't Have to Hurt: The Power of a Parent's Touch