Ongoing collaborative projects
Post-intensive care syndrome in families (PICS-F study)
We are collaborating with Dr. Mary Hartman from Washington University in St. Louis to find out more about parent mental health after a child’s admission to the pediatric intensive care unit. This study asks parents to fill out surveys delivered via mobile phone text messages to determine if this method can be used for screening for anxiety, depression, and stress.
Post-intensive care syndrome in pediatrics (PICS-p study)
We are collaborating with many sites across the United States on a study led by Dr. Martha Curley from the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute to help us understand the long-term impact of pediatric critical illness and injury on the child and family. Learn more at www.afterpicu.com.
We are collaborating with 5 institutions around the United States in a study led by Dr. Nathalia Jimenez at Seattle Children’s Hospital to study an intervention using educational resources and a patient navigator to improve healthcare disparities for Hispanic youth from 1st generation immigrant families with traumatic brain injury.
We are collaborating with institutions around the world to better understand the impact of Covid-19 related illnesses on children, particularly neurologic effects and outcomes.
Pain outcomes after pediatric critical care
We are collaborating with pediatric pain researchers to better understand the impact of acute and chronic pain on outcomes after pediatric critical care, and to identify ways to improve our treatments of pain. Learn more about the Advancing Research in Pediatric Pain Lab.