research data . Dataset . 2021

COVID-19 Pandemic Impact and Response in Canadian Pediatric Chronic Pain Care: A National Survey of Medical Directors and Pain Professionals

Killackey, Dr. Tieghan; Noel, Dr. Melanie; Birnie, Dr. Kathryn A.; Choini��re, Dr. Manon; Pag��, Dr. M. Gabrielle; Dassieu, Dr. Lise; Lacasse, Dr. Ana��s; Lalloo, Dr. Chitra; Brennenstuhl, Dr. Sarah; Poulin, Dr. Patricia; ...
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2021
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Abstract
Background: The COVID-19 pandemic presents one of the greatest threats to pediatric pain care seen in generations. Due to public health restrictions, many pediatric pain clinics halted in-person appointments, delaying and disrupting access to care. There is no existing research on the impacts of COVID-19 on pediatric chronic pain care in Canada or the challenges experienced by health care professionals and pain clinics. Aims: The aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of COVID-19 on Canadian pediatric chronic pain care by documenting how health care professionals provided care during the first six months of the pandemic. Methods: Two Canadian online cross-...
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