Christine Chambers PhD, R.PSYCH is presenting “From Evidence to Influence: Moving Children’s Pain Research Into Practice and Policy” hosted by American Association of Pain Psychology on Thursday April 8, 2021 at 5 pm (PDT).
Full details here: https://aapainpsychology.org/events/#!event/2021/4/8/from-evidence-to-influence-moving-children-8217-s-pain-research-into-practice-and-policy-presented-by-christine-chambers-phd-rpsych
In the long run, the full potential of pain research can only be realized if it is effectively disseminated to patients, health care providers, policy makers, and other stakeholders, and implemented into clinical practice and health policy. This presentation will highlight factors that are critical in moving research in pain into practice and policy and promoting sustainable uptake, such as the application of scientific discoveries to different types of knowledge users and settings, the value of partnerships, the importance of patient engagement, and the role of evolving communication technologies.
- Recognize/Describe the need for and importance of mobilization of research on children’s pain into practice and policy
- Define the role of knowledge mobilization in pain research and care
- Identify key components of effective knowledge mobilization