Resource directory

In order to facilitate access to relevant information, our resources are organized into categories according to the type of resource, user, knowledge sought and area of interest. We invite you to browse these categories below to guide your research.

  1. Pain education
    Length 01:26:00

    Focus on Chronic Pain

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    Caregiver, Patient

    A brief portrait showing persistent pain in numbers. The physical, psychological, social and economic consequences, both for the person who suffers from it, for those around him and for society, are discussed. The main pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments are discussed, and possible solutions are put forward to help and support people to live better with chronic pain.

    Language: French

    Reference: 2009

    Proposed by: Réseau québécois de recherche sur la douleur, 2020/11/05,

  2. Pain education
    Length 00:20:00

    A journey to learn about pain

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    Caregiver, Health professional, Patient

    This book will cover some topics about pain and provide some cognitive and behavioral strategies for helpingthe child in your life who struggles with pain.

    Language: English

    Reference: Felipe Reis. 2018. Un voyage pour apprendre à propos de la douleur

    Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/03/12,

  3. Pain education
    Length 00:39:04

    The role of yoga therapy in an integrative pain management plan

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    Caregiver, Health professional, Patient

    It’s well known that practicing yoga can provide many benefits to both the body and mind, but did you know research suggests that yoga therapy can be an especially helpful tool for managing pain?

    Language: English

    Reference: Pain Waves. 2021. The role of yoga therapy in an integrative pain management plan

    Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/04/08,

  4. Pain education
    Length 00:40:25

    The Canadian Pain Task Force: The latest on best practices for better understanding, preventing and managing pain

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    Caregiver, Health professional, Patient

    Pain BC’s Executive Director Maria Hudspith, who co-chairs the Task Force, and Linda Wilhelm, a Task Force member who lives with pain, provide an insightful discussion about what they heard from Canadians during the Task Force’s consultations, the expected impact of their latest report to government, and what the next steps are in the Task Force’s three-year mandate.

    Language: English

    Reference: Pain Waves. 2021. The Canadian Pain Task Force: The latest on best practices for better understanding, preventing and managing pain

    Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/04/09,

  5. Pain education
    Length 01:01:03

    Pediatric pain: Managing impacts on children and their parents

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    Caregiver

    While it’s becoming known that 1 in 5 British Columbians lives with chronic pain, it may come as more of a surprise that persistent pain is also common in children.

    Language: English

    Reference: Pain Waves. 2019. Pediatric pain: Managing impacts on children and their parents

    Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/04/12,

  6. Pain education
    Length 00:53:30

    #ItDoesntHavetoHurt: Can Social Media Help Parents Manage Their Children's Pain?

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    Caregiver, Health professional, Patient

    Parents are key knowledge users of evidence about children’s pain, and more and more are turning to social media for information about child health. Join us as we chat to Dr. Christine Chambers about pediatric pain, the impact of social media on parents with children in pain.

    Language: English

    Reference: Pain Waves. 2016. #ItDoesntHavetoHurt: Can Social Media Help Parents Manage Their Children's Pain?

    Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/04/15,

  7. Pain education
    Length 00:45:17

    Can Music Therapy Help People in Pain?

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    Caregiver, Health professional, Patient

    As the music therapist at the Burns, Plastic and Trauma Unit, Gemma Isaac facilitates music therapy programs for patients, their families, and healthcare staff alike.

    Language: English

    Reference: Pain Waves. 2015. Can Music Therapy Help People in Pain?

    Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/04/15,

  8. Pain education
    Length 00:56:42

    Chronic Pediatric Pain with Dr Gillian Lauder

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    Caregiver, Patient

    In this episode of Pain Waves, the management of pediatric chronic pain is discussed by pediatric pain specialist, Dr Gillian Lauder.

    Language: English

    Reference: Pain Waves. 2013. Chronic Pediatric Pain with Dr Gillian Lauder

    Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/04/15,

  9. Pain education
    Length 07:00:00

    Paths to resilience

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    Caregiver, Patient

    This resilience webinar series (seven webinars, 1h each) is intended as a resource for both those going through difficult times and those accompanying them. The first module offers more immediate strategies for finding relative balance when adversity strikes and destabilizes.

    Language: French

    Reference: FADOQ. 2021. Les chemins de la résilience

    Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/04/23,

  10. Pain education
    Length 01:30:00

    Pediatric Pain: The Basics

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    Caregiver, Health professional

    This pocket guide is intended for any caregiver caring for a sick or injured child. The reader will find in this guide the recommendations of the Pediadol group to relieve or prevent pain.

    Language: French

    Reference: Pédiadol. 2015. Douleur de l’enfant : L’essentiel

    Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/04/23,

  11. Thoughts and emotions
    Length 00:00:00

    Stop, breath and think

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    Caregiver, Patient

    The mission of this app is to help kids, teens and young adults build the emotional strength to tackle life’s ups and downs.

    Language: English

    Reference: My Life. 2020. Stop, breath and think

    Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/04/23,

  12. Relaxation
    Length 00:04:40

    The frog, meditation for children

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    Caregiver, Patient

    Here is a meditation to learn to focus and stay calm. An exercise for children from 4 to 12 years old, taken from the book “Calm and attentive like a frog” by Eline Snel.

    Language: French

    Reference: Les arènes du savoir. 2015. La grenouille, méditation pour les enfants

    Proposed by: Erwan Leclair, 2021/04/23,

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