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.
A Scoping Review to Identify What is Known and Unknown About Pain Assessment and Management in Pediatric Palliative Care (Ongoing)
A Systematic Review Of The Impact Of Specialized Paediatric Palliative Care for Children with Life-Threatening Conditions (NEW)
Pediatric Palliative Care Practice Guidelines: A Systematic Review (NEW)
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.
How have we changed? Pediatric Palliative Care in Canada, 2002–2012 (Complete)
Development and Testing of an Instrument to Measure Parents’ Perspectives of the Quality of Children’s End-of-life Care (Complete)
Using Health Administrative Data to Understand and Improve End of Life Care Among Children With Cancer: A Population-Based Cohort and Validation Study (Complete)
End of Life Health Care Use for Children with Life Threatening Conditions: A National Population Based Study (NEW)
Development of a Conceptual Framework for Quality of Life in Children with Medical Complexity (NEW)
Patterns of Pediatric Palliative Care for All Children’s Costs, Outcomes, Heath-care Utilization and Non-utilization Trajectories (PPC-ACCOUNT) (New)
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.
Enhancing the Quality of Palliative Care for Children with Cancer (Complete)
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.
» 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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