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Theory-informed approaches to translating pain evidence into practice 

Theory-informed approaches to translating pain evidence into practice
Theory-informed approaches to translating pain evidence into practice

Janet Yamada

and Alison M. Hutchinson

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date: 03 March 2021

Despite great strides in evidence-based pain assessment and management strategies, infants and children still experience acute pain (including multiple painful procedures) and chronic pain during hospitalization. Translating best evidence on pain assessment and management into clinical practice remains a challenge. The knowledge- or evidence-to-practice gap in pain in children can be addressed by implementing strategies, underpinned by knowledge translation theories, frameworks, and models, to promote and sustain practice change. A range of factors related to the organizational context and individual behaviour play a role in the adoption of new pain assessment and management practices.

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