Translating the tears: parents' use of behavioural cues to detect pain in normally developing young children with everyday minor illnesses or injuries.

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OBJECTIVES The objectives of this paper were to (i) identify the behavioural cues used by parents to detect young children's transient pain from minor illnesses or injuries ('everyday pain'); and (ii) perform an initial psychometric evaluation of the Parents' Post-operative Pain Measure (PPPM) in the context of children's everyday pain. METHOD Cross… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2214.2010.01130.x

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@article{Franck2010TranslatingTT, title={Translating the tears: parents' use of behavioural cues to detect pain in normally developing young children with everyday minor illnesses or injuries.}, author={Linda S. Franck and Gareth J. Noble and Christina Liossi}, journal={Child: care, health and development}, year={2010}, volume={36 6}, pages={895-904} }