Welcome to our research network
The ultimate goal of PedPalASCNET is to determine, through research, the interventions that are most effective in strengthening positive and mitigating negative outcomes of children with life-threatening conditions and the relative impact on their families. PedPalASCNET links researchers located across Canada, and engages in resource sharing, capacity building and knowledge translation.
Analysis & Commentary
Each month our team selects the most recent research published in the pediatric palliative community. From these citations one of our researchers selects 1-3 articles to analyze and comment on. We circulate these citations and commentaries through our mailing list.
PedPalASCNET team members have published extensively nationally and internationally about pediatric palliative care. Click above to find out more about publications featuring one or more of our team members. Some of the articles are available for free while others are subscription based.
A pediatric palliative care library featuring a searchable database of over 4,000 carefully selected articles, book publications, and editorials with external links for full text access. This resource is easily searchable and provides a good overview of current and past research in pediatric palliative care. Every month we update the library with 20-40 newly published articles retrieved from relevant medical databases.
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Analysis & Commentary
By Prubjot Gill, Student Librarian Every year we look back at the citation lists we’ve published and share our data in the hopes of informing the pediatric palliative research community about which journals are being published in most often, which authors are featured most often, and the impact factors assigned to those publications. This year we Read more about Trends in Pediatric Palliative Care – Visuals and Analysis of Trends: January-December 2019[…]
Commentary by Dr. Justin N. Baker, MD, FAAHPM Feature Articles: Levy, K., Grant, P. C., Tenzek, K. E., Depner, R. M., Pailler, M. E., & Beaupin, L. K. (2019). The Experience of Pediatric Palliative Caregiving: A Qualitative Analysis From the Photographs of Meaning Program. The American Journal of Hospice & Palliative Care., 1049909119879413(02). Other articles referenced: Levy, K., Grant, P. C., Depner, R. M., Tenzek, K. E., Pailler, M. E., Beaupin, L. Read more about Trends in Palliative Care Research 2019; Issue #12[…]
Commentary by Dr. Hazel Maria Gutierrez Ramirez Feature Articles: Cote, A. J., Gaucher, N., & Payot, A. (2019). Who should discuss goals of care during acute deteriorations in patients with life threatening illnesses? A survey of clinicians from diverse pediatric specialties. Paediatrics and Child Health (Canada), 24 (Supplement 2), e25. Other articles referenced: Amy Sanderson, Read more about Trends in Palliative Care Research 2019; Issue #10[…]
Commentary by Dr. Marie-Claude Grégoire Feature Articles:Janvier, A., Farlow, B., Barrington, K. J., Bourque, C. J., Brazg, T., & Wilfond, B. (2019). Building trust and improving communication with parents of children with Trisomy 13 and 18: A mixed-methods study. Palliative Medicine. Other articles referenced: Janvier A, Farlow B and Barrington KJ. Parental hopes, interventions, and Read more about Trends in Palliative Care Research 2019; Issue #9[…]