It’s a misconception that children always outwardly express pain, and when they do, it’s often accomplished verbally and behaviorally, a CHOC Children’s psychologist tells Research 360,° a podcast highlighting research at the hospital.
In this segment, Michelle Fortier, Ph.D. says children experiencing pain may also exhibit changes in sleep patterns and eating habits, and may appear withdrawn. Listen below to learn more about pain in children, including how parents respond to pain, how different cultures view pain, and how to manage pain in children.
Hosted by Executive Director of Research Brent Dethlefs, Research 360° features interviews with scientists, physicians, educators, scientific news-and policy-makers to provide the listening audience with context, and scientific and social commentary intended to engage and inform.
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