Survey about the role of parents in neonatal pain management!
The survey was performed by a working group within the ESPR Special Interest Group on Neonatal Pain and the Pain in Early Life (PEARL) network. It was distributed through a number of professional and scientific networks around the globe.
The findings will be presented soon.
Read about the research conducted by Randi Dovland Andersen at ScienceNordic.com.
In the Norwegian language version of the article you can also read about PEARL-members Solfrid Steinness and Bente Vederhus. Forskning.no also has a comment by Laila Kristoffersen about computerized pain-face recognision.
In order to provide newborn infants with correct pain alleviation there is a need for reliable and easy-to-use tools to assess the pain. We are comparing Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) and Near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) with Premature Infant Profile-Revised (PIPP-R). Read more.