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  • Action Research: Developing a Pediatric Cancer Pain Program in Jordan 

    Finley, G. A., Paula Forgeron, and Maha Arnaout. 2008. "Action Research: Developing a Pediatric Cancer Pain Program in Jordan." Journal of pain and symptom management 35(4): 447-454.
    No abstract available.
  • Action research: developing a pediatric cancer pain program in jordan 

    Finley, G. A., P. Forgeron, and M. Arnaout. 2008. "Action research: developing a pediatric cancer pain program in jordan." Journal of pain and symptom management 35(4): 447-454.
    Children's pain is undertreated worldwide. Using a model of pediatric cancer pain management in Amman, Jordan, the authors demonstrated that an action research approach to pain service development resulted in a sustainable ...
  • Agreement between child and parent reports of pain 

    Chambers, C. T., G. J. Reid, K. D. Craig, P. J. McGrath, et al. 1998. "Agreement between child and parent reports of pain." The Clinical journal of pain 14(4): 336-342.
    OBJECTIVE: Parents are often the primary source of information regarding their children's pain in both research and clinical practice. However, parent-child agreement on pain ratings has not been well established. The ...
  • Anaesthesia for a patient with Friedreich's ataxia and cardiomyopathy 

    Campbell, A. M., and G. A. Finley. 1989. "Anaesthesia for a patient with Friedreich's ataxia and cardiomyopathy." Canadian journal of anaesthesia = Journal canadien d'anesthesie 36(1): 89-93.
    Friedreich's ataxia is an inherited neuromuscular disorder often associated with significant cardiac disease. We report a case of Friedreich's ataxia in a 13-year-old girl with ulcerative colitis and hypertrophic cardiomyopathy ...
  • Anesthesia research productivity in Canadian universities: a full picture? (I) 

    Finley, G. A., O. Hung, T. J. Coonan, and R. Hall. 2006. "Anesthesia research productivity in Canadian universities: a full picture? (I)." Canadian journal of anaesthesia = Journal canadien d'anesthesie 53(8): 845847-8.
    No abstract available.
  • Assessing pediatric anesthesia practices for volunteer medical services abroad 

    Fisher, Q. A., D. Nichols, F. C. Stewart, G. A. Finley, et al. 2001. "Assessing pediatric anesthesia practices for volunteer medical services abroad." Anesthesiology 95(6): 1315-1322.
    BACKGROUND: Anesthetic techniques and problems in volunteer medical services abroad are different from those of either the developed countries from which volunteers originate or the host country in which they serve because ...
  • Attitudes and beliefs about medication and pain management in children 

    McGrath, P. J., and G. A. Finley. 1996. "Attitudes and beliefs about medication and pain management in children." Journal of palliative care 12(3): 46-50.
    No abstract available.
  • Botulinum toxin type A injection in alleviating postoperative pain and improving quality of life in lower extremity limb lengthening and deformity correction: a pilot study 

    Hamdy, R. C., K. Montpetit, E. M. Raney, M. D. Aiona, et al. 2009. "Botulinum toxin type A injection in alleviating postoperative pain and improving quality of life in lower extremity limb lengthening and deformity correction: a pilot study." Journal of pediatric orthopedics 29(5): 427-434.
    BACKGROUND: The Ilizarov technique is commonly used for lengthening and deformity corrections of the lower limbs in children. Postoperative pain can be significant, affecting quality of life and functional mobility, and ...
  • Canadian Pain Society position statement on pain relief 

    JH, Watt-Watson, AJ Clark, GA Finley, and CPN Watson. 1999. "Canadian Pain Society position statement on pain relief." Pain Research & Management 4(2): 75-78.
    The present report outlines key requirements that are central to helping patients manage pain effectively. Although current standards are available as guides for practice, the prevalence of pain suggests that many health ...
  • Caregivers' beliefs regarding pain in children with cognitive impairment: relation between pain sensation and reaction increases with severity of impairment 

    Breau, L. M., J. MacLaren, P. J. McGrath, C. S. Camfield, et al. 2003. "Caregivers' beliefs regarding pain in children with cognitive impairment: relation between pain sensation and reaction increases with severity of impairment." The Clinical journal of pain 19(6): 335-344.
    OBJECTIVES: To determine whether caregivers of children with cognitive impairment (CI) have systematic beliefs regarding the pain of this special group of children and whether these beliefs are related to their general ...
  • Changes in physiological and behavioural pain indicators over time in preterm and term infants at risk for neurologic impairment 

    Gibbins, S., B. Stevens, P. McGrath, A. Dupuis, et al. 2008. "Changes in physiological and behavioural pain indicators over time in preterm and term infants at risk for neurologic impairment." Early human development 84(11): 731-738.
    BACKGROUND: Approximately 10% of infants admitted to a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) are at risk for Neurological Impairment (NI). While we have limited knowledge on the influence of NI risk on pain responses, we ...
  • Children's and parents' perceptions of postoperative pain management: a mixed methods study 

    Twycross, A., and G. A. Finley. 2013. "Children's and parents' perceptions of postoperative pain management: a mixed methods study." Journal of clinical nursing 22(21-22): 3095-3108.
    AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: To explore children's and parents' perceptions about the quality of postoperative pain management. BACKGROUND: Children continue to experience moderate to severe pain postoperatively. Unrelieved pain ...
  • Children's pain assessment in northeastern Thailand: perspectives of health professionals 

    Forgeron, P. A., D. Jongudomkarn, J. Evans, G. A. Finley, et al. 2009. "Children's pain assessment in northeastern Thailand: perspectives of health professionals." Qualitative health research 19(1): 71-81.
    Deficiencies in pain care within the developing world are starting to be realized. Children, in particular, are vulnerable, as preliminary studies suggest that these children receive less pain treatment because of health ...
  • Children's self-report of postoperative pain intensity and treatment threshold: determining the adequacy of medication 

    Gauthier, J. C., G. A. Finley, and P. J. McGrath. 1998. "Children's self-report of postoperative pain intensity and treatment threshold: determining the adequacy of medication." The Clinical journal of pain 14(2): 116-120.
    OBJECTIVE: Many studies have shown indirectly that children are undermedicated for postoperative pain. In this study, we used a pain self-report scale to examine this more directly. METHODS: We performed a survey with 63 ...
  • Clear language 

    Finley, G. A.. 2009. "Clear language." CMAJ : Canadian Medical Association journal = journal de l'Association medicale canadienne 180(13): 1330.
    No abstract available.
  • A comparison of patient-controlled and fixed schedule analgesia after orthognathic surgery 

    Precious, D. S., J. Multari, G. A. Finley, and P. McGrath. 1997. "A comparison of patient-controlled and fixed schedule analgesia after orthognathic surgery." Journal of oral and maxillofacial surgery : official journal of the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons 55(1): 33-9; discussion 40.
    PURPOSE: The purpose of this prospective study was to compare the effectiveness of patient-controlled intravenous (i.v.) opioid analgesic administration (PCA) with fixed schedule and dosage oral/rectal administration of ...
  • Comparison of postoperative pain: tonsillectomy by blunt dissection or electrocautery dissection 

    Carr, M. M., C. J. Muecke, B. Sohmer, J. G. Nasser, et al. 2001. "Comparison of postoperative pain: tonsillectomy by blunt dissection or electrocautery dissection." The Journal of otolaryngology 30(1): 10-14.
    PURPOSE: To compare post-operative pain in children undergoing tonsillectomy by blunt dissection or electrocautery. METHOD: Thirty-six children between the ages of 5 and 15 years were recruited for the study. Tonsillectomy ...
  • A complication of external jugular vein catheterization in children 

    Finley, G. A.. 1988. "A complication of external jugular vein catheterization in children." Canadian journal of anaesthesia = Journal canadien d'anesthesie 35(5): 536-537.
    No abstract available.
  • Construct validity of the parents' postoperative pain measure 

    Finley, G. A., C. T. Chambers, P. J. McGrath, and T. M. Walsh. 2003. "Construct validity of the parents' postoperative pain measure." The Clinical journal of pain 19(5): 329-334.
    OBJECTIVES: Pain assessment can be a challenging task for parents, who increasingly provide the care for their children after surgery. This research provides evidence of the construct validity of the Parents' Postoperative ...
  • Coping with pain and surgery: children's and parents' perspectives 

    Reid, G. J., C. T. Chambers, P. J. McGrath, and G. A. Finley. 1997. "Coping with pain and surgery: children's and parents' perspectives." International Journal of Behavioral Medicine 4(4): 339-363.
    This article examines relations between coping with general and postoperative pain. Children's and parent's coping ratings, and the contribution of temperament and coping to postoperative adjustment. Before and after day ...