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Research

Here are my current and completed studies according to each research path. Click on each one to find all the details about the study.

Path 1: Knowledge Synthesis

Knowledge Synthesis is about pulling together all of the information that we already have about a specific topic to find out what we already know, and what we still need to find out.

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A Scoping Review to Identify What is Known and Unknown About Pain Assessment and Management in Pediatric Palliative Care (Ongoing)

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A Systematic Review Of The Impact Of Specialized Paediatric Palliative Care for Children with Life-Threatening Conditions (NEW)

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Pediatric Palliative Care Practice Guidelines: A Systematic Review (NEW)

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Path 2: Knowledge Creation

Knowledge Creation is about doing new research to fill in the gaps of what we still don’t know about a topic.

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How have we changed? Pediatric Palliative Care in Canada, 2002–2012
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Development and Testing of an Instrument to Measure Parents’ Perspectives of the Quality of Children’s End-of-life Care
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Using Health Administrative Data to Understand and Improve End of Life Care Among Children With Cancer: A Population-Based Cohort and Validation Study
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End of Life Health Care Use for Children with Life Threatening Conditions: A National Population Based Study (NEW)

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Development of a Conceptual Framework for Quality of Life in Children with Medical Complexity (NEW)

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Path 3: Knowledge Translation

Knowledge Translation is about making sure that knowledge created through research actually is shared with the children, families, health professionals, or policy makers who can benefit from it.

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Enhancing the Quality of Palliative Care for Children with Cancer (Complete)

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Other Research

I am fortunate to be involved in research led by other people that is still related to the overall goals of my program of research.

Studies

» Sibling’s Perspectives: Toward a Better Understanding of their Involvement with a Dying Child
» A Retrospective Review of General Paediatric Inpatient Deaths Over Time
» Sucrose Practices for Pain in Neonates (SPiN)
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