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- Assessment of pain in the nonverbal or cognitively impaired older adult.Clinics in Geriatric Medicine. 2008; 24: 237-262
- Impact of systematic evaluation of pain and agitation in an intensive care unit.Critical Care Medicine. 2006; 34: 1691-1699
- A systematic integrative review of infant pain assessment tools.Advances in Neonatal Care. 2004; 4: 126-140
Gélinas, C., & Arbour, C. (in press). Behavioral and physiologic indicators during a nociceptive procedure in conscious and unconscious mechanically ventilated adults: Similar or different? Journal of Critical Care. December 2009.
- Item selection and content validity of the Critical-Care Pain Observation Tool: An instrument to assess pain in critically ill nonverbal adults.Journal of Advanced Nursing. 2009; 65: 203-216
- Validation of a Critical-Care Pain Observation Tool in adult patients.American Journal of Critical Care. 2006; 15: 420-427
- Pain assessment and management in critically ill intubated patients: A retrospective study.American Journal of Critical Care. 2004; 13: 126
- Sensitivity and specificity of the Critical-Care Pain Observation Tool for the detection of pain in intubated adults after cardiac surgery.Journal of Pain & Symptom Management. 2009; 37: 58-67
- Pain assessment in the critically ill ventilated adult: Validation of the Critical-Care Pain Observation Tool and physiological indicators.The Clinical Journal of Pain. 2007; 23: 497-505
- Les indicateurs de la douleur en soins critiques.Perspective Infirmière. 2005; 2 ([Pain indicators in critical care]): 12-22
- Pain Assessment in the Nonverbal Patient: Position statement with clinical practice recommendations.Pain Management Nursing. 2006; 7: 44-52
- Pain terms: A list with definitions and notes on usage recommended by the IASP Subcommittee on Taxonomy.Pain. 1979; 6: 249-252
- Clinical practice guidelines for the sustained use of sedatives and analgesics in the critically ill adult.Critical Care Medicine. 2002; 30: 119-141
- Assessment of pain in the critically ill.Critical Care Nursing Clinics of North America. 2001; 13: 181-194
- A review of objective pain measures for use with critical care adult patients unable to self-report.The Journal of Pain. 2008; 9: 2-10
- A pilot study to assess the relationship between behavioral manifestations and self-report of pain in postanesthesia care unit patients.Journal of Post Anesthesia Nursing. 1992; 7: 15-21
- Assessing pain in critically ill sedated patients by using a behavioral pain scale.Critical Care Medicine. 2001; 29: 2258-2263
- Relationship between behavioral and physiological indicators of pain, critical care patients’ self-reports of pain, and opioid administration.Critical Care Medicine. 1997; 25: 1159-1166
- Use of a Pain Assessment and Intervention Notation (PAIN) tool in critical care nursing practice: Nurses’ evaluations.Heart & Lung. 2002; 31: 303-314
- Patients’ recollections of stressful experiences while receiving prolonged mechanical ventilation in an intensive care unit.Critical Care Medicine. 2002; 30: 746-752
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- Pain assessment in critical care: What have we learnt from research.Intensive and Critical Care Nursing. 2003; 19: 154-162
- Clinical utility and clinical significance in the assessment and management of pain in vulnerable infants.Clinics in Perinatology. 2002; 29: 459-468
- A standardized pain flow sheet: Impact on patient-reported pain experience after cardiovascular surgery.American Journal of Critical Care. 1995; 4: 308-313
- Use of a Behavioral Pain Scale to assess pain in ventilated, unconscious and/or sedated patients.Intensive and Critical Care Nursing. 2006; 22: 32-39
Supported by a Research Development Grant from the Jewish General Hospital Foundation.