Posts tagged neurodevelopmental
Pain in Individuals with Neurodevelopmental Disabilities - A New IASP Special Interest Group

This is a guest post from Dr. Frank Symons, Professor, Special Education Program, Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Minnesota; co-editor with Dr. Tim Oberlander (Child and Family Research Institute, UBC) on the first book specific to pain and individuals with developmental disabilities.  You may recall Dr. Oberlander and Dr. Symons' webinar presentation on CAPHC Presents!, "Pain in children with developmental disabilities:  What to do when everything fails?".

 

A small group of researchers and healthcare providers would like to make the CAPHC community aware of a new opportunity developing at the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP).

 

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