Presentations

Publications and presentations from our projects

Publications and presentations from projects in collaboration between PEARL members

Dovland Andersen R, Axelin A, Kristjánsdóttir G, Eriksson M. PEARL - Pain in Early Life. A New Network for Research and Education. J Perinat Neonatal Nurs 2017;31(2)91-95.

 

Dovland Andersen R, Axelin A, Eriksson M, Kristjánsdóttir G. PEARL - Pain in Early Life. A new network for research and education. Poster at Scandiavian Association for the Study of Pain annual meeting. Reykjavik 2016-05-26--27. Also published in Scandinavian Journal of Pain 2016;12:117-118 DOI: 10.1016/j.sjpain.2016.05.006

 

Eriksson M, Dovland Andersen R. PEARL. Nytt nordiskt nätverk stärker arbetet mot smärta tidigt i livet. Tidskrift for barnesykepleire 2016 (2): 9-10

 

 

 

Eriksson M, Dovland Andersen R. PEARL. Nytt nordiskt nätverk stärker arbetet mot smärta tidigt i livet. Barnbladet 2016 41 (2), 6-7

 

Olsson E, Atladóttir S M, Axelin A, Campbell-Yeo M, Eriksson M, Peltonen E, Stevens B, Yamada J, Dovland Andersen R, for PEARL – Pain in Early Life - research group. Translation, cultural adaptation and validation of the revised version of the Premature Infant Pain Profile: An effort to improve pain assessment in infants in the Nordic countries. Research protocol. Poster at 10th International Forum on Pediatric Pain, White Point Beach, Nova Scotia, Canada. 2015-10-01--04.

 

Dovland Andersen R, Eriksson M. PEARL – a new network for research and education about pain in early life and the PIPP-R project. Oral presentation at Norwegian Pediatric Pain Association annual meeting, Oslo, Norway. 2016-05-09.

 

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Some publications from two or more PEARL-researchers that you might find interesting, even if they don't stem from PEARL-projects:

 

 

 

 

  • Gradin M, Eriksson M. Neonatal pain assessment in Sweden: a fifteen-year follow up. Acta Paediatr 2011;100(2):204-208.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Ullsten A, Hugosson P, Forsberg M, Forzelius L, Klässbo M, Olsson E, Volgsten U, Westrup B, Åden U, Bergqvist L, Eriksson M. Efficacy of live lullaby singing during procedural pain in preterm and term neonates. Music and Medicine 2017;9(2):73-85.

 

  • Scherman E, Johansson L., Gradin M, van den Berg J, Eriksson M. (2014). Procedural pain in neonates: Do nurses follow national guidelines? A survey to Swedish neonatal units. Journal of Neonatal Nursing 2014;10(1):31-36

 

 

And here is the entire list of the pain-related publications of all PEARL-members, since the research group was established

 

2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Ullsten A, Hugosson P, Forsberg M, Forzelius L, Klässbo M, Olsson E, Volgsten U, Westrup B, Åden U, Bergqvist L, Eriksson M. Efficacy of live lullaby singing during procedural pain in preterm and term neonates. Music and Medicine 2017;9(2):73-85.

 

 

2016

 

 

 

  • Palomaa A-K, Korhonen A, Pölkki T (2016). Vanhempien ehdotuksia vastasyntyneiden kivunhoidon kehittämiseksi sairaalassa: tavoitteena vanhempien osallistumisen edistäminen. (Parents’ suggestions for the development of neonatal pain management in hospitals: aiming at promoting parents’ participation.) Tutkiva Hoitotyö, 14(4): 4 – 11.

 

 

 

 

 

 

2015

 

 

 

  • Mörelius E, Örtenstrand A, Theodorsson E, Frostell A. A randomised trial of continuous skin-to-skin contact after preterm birth and the effects on salivary cortisol, parental stress, depression, and breastfeeding. Early Human Development, 2015 Jan;91(1):63-70. i: 10.1016/j.earlhumdev.2014.12.005

 

 

 

 

ABOUT PEARL

 

PEARL is an acronym for Pain in Early Life. We are a group of researchers dedicated to the management of pain in infants and children.