C17 Education Rounds April 6: User-Centered Design Approach to the Development and Feasibility Testing of a Smartphone App to Support Real-Time Pain Management for Adolescents with Cancer
Lindsay Jibb, RN, MSc, PhD Candidate, The Hospital for Sick Children
Wednesday April 6, 2016, 12:00 – 13:00 MST
Site registration cut-off date is April 1, 2016. To obtain credit certification, please make sure you complete and submit your evaluation form.
- To review the case for novel means to manage pain in the adolescent with cancer population.
- To present the user-centered approach used to develop the Pain Squad+ real-time cancer pain self-management app for adolescents with cancer.
- To discuss the implementation and preliminary effectiveness results from a longitudinal Pain Squad+ feasibility study with adolescents with cancer.
This event will be recorded by AHS Digital Media Services and will be available to view after the presentation date. The link will be sent by e-mail for those who cannot attend on the date of the videoconference.
Telehealth host site: Stollery Children’s Hospital
The Health and Wellness Lab at the University of Calgary is seeking feedback on the Pediatric Oncology Exercise Manual (POEM) that they have developed. This manual was developed by 27 leading researchers in the area of pediatric oncology in an attempt to create a resource for families, researchers, health care and fitness professionals working within pediatric oncology.
To download the professional version go the the following link and click on the green arrow next to preview PEOM: www.ucalgary.ca/poem/about-pro
The survey for the professional version can be found at: www.ucalgary.ca/poem/baseline-survey-professionals
To download the family version go the the following link and click on the green arrow next to preview PEOM: www.ucalgary.ca/poem/about-family
The survey for the professional version can be found at: www.ucalgary.ca/poem/baseline-survey-family