Presenter: Bonnie Stevens, RN, PhD In this webinar recording, Bonnie Stevens discusses how the gap between new knowledge and clinical practice continues as we search for ways to integrate research in every day practice. Join Stevens for a webinar on toolkits and knowledge translation (KT) strategies for changing healthcare professionals’ behaviours. Watch a recording of this [...]
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May 29th, 2015: Bonnie Stevens presented a session on pain in infants, misbeliefs about pain, effective pain assessment in healthy infants and those with cognitive and neurological impairments, the importance of effective pain management, and translating evidence into practice. Watch Bonnie's TedxTalk.
Bonnie Stevens participated in a radio interview, hosted by Dr. Paul Christo on WBAL Radio out of Baltimore, Maryland. The interview illustrated the challenges of assessing and managing pain in hospitalized infants amid the controversies of changing environments. Listen to the interview.
Presenters: Bonnie Stevens, RN, PhD; Christine Chambers, PhD, RPsych; Denise Harrison,RN, RM, PhD Procedural pain continues to be a significant issue for children in the hospital (e.g. for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes) and in the community (e.g. immunization). The goals of this webinar were to (a) review the current state of evidence for preventing and/ [...]
From left to right: Former MP Eve Adams, Dr. Bonnie Stevens and Dr. Alain Beaudet, CIHR President. Bonnie Stevens received the 2014 CIHR Knowledge Translation Award in recognition of her leadership exemplary knowledge translation (KT) efforts and activities. In her research, she has worked to transform the way that health professionals think about paediatric pain and [...]
Bonnie Stevens received the Canadian Nurses Association Award of Merit for Nursing Research at the annual Canadian Nurses Association meeting on June 17, 2014, in Winnipeg. “Recognized as a world expert for her research on the assessment and management of pain in infants and children, Stevens continues to produce practice-changing knowledge.” Canadian Nurse, June 2014
The Canadian Pain Society (CPS) named Dr. Bonnie Stevens as the recipient of its Distinguished Career Award for 2014. The Award was presented at the annual meeting of the CPS in Quebec City May 20-23, 2014. Pulse Magazine, Spring/Summer 2014, Volume 7, Number 1
Presenters: Frank Symons, PhD, Dr. Tim Oberlander, MD, FRCPC This webinar focused on the basic science of pain in the presence of a developmental disability and approaches to assessing and managing pain in children with neurodevelopmental disorders that alter cognitive and communicative capacities and challenge our ability to distinguish pain from other stress/arousal behaviours; What [...]
Bonnie Stevens is co-editor of the new Oxford Textbook of Paediatric Pain, which brings together an international team of experts to provide an authoritative and comprehensive textbook on all aspects of pain in infants, children and youth. Divided into nine sections, this resource analyzes pain as a multifactorial problem and gives the reader a comprehensive [...]
Presenters: Bonnie Stevens, RN, PhD; Fiona Campbell, MD This is the first webinar in the paediatric pain series. In this webinar, Dr. Bonnie Stevens and Dr. Fiona Campbell provided an overview and introduction to pain in children. Topics covered included: Past and current beliefs regarding pain in children; the consequences of pain in children; the [...]