Current University: York University
Research Supervisor: Joel Katz
PICH Mentor: Rebecca Pillai Riddel
Member since: February 2010
Became a PICH graduate : August 31, 2014 My dissertation focuses on the transition from acute to chronic pain in children. More specifically, it aims at understanding how various psychosocial factors (e.g., pain anxiety, pain catastrophizing) interact to predict the development and maintenance of chronic pain.
Pagé, G., Stinson, J., Campbell, F., Isaac, L., & Katz, J. (2013). Identification of pain-related psychological risk factors for the development and maintenance of pediatric chronic postsurgical pain. Journal of Pain Research, 6, 167.
Pagé, G., Stinson, J., Campbell, F., Isaac, L., & Katz, J. (2012). Pain-related psychological correlates of pediatric acute post-surgical pain. Journal of Pain Research, 5, 547-558.
Pagé, G., Campbell, F., Isaac, L., Stinson, J., Martin-Pichora, A., & Katz, J. (2011). Reliability and validity of the child pain anxiety symptoms scale (CPASS) in a clinical sample of children and adolescents with acute postsurgical pain. Pain, 152(9), 1958-1965.
Pagé, G., Katz, J., Stinson, J., Isaac, L., Martin-Pichora, A., & Campbell, F. (2012). Validation of the numerical rating scale for pain intensity and unpleasantness in pediatric acute post-operative pain: Sensitivity to change over time. The Journal of Pain, 13(4), 359-369.
Pagé, G., Fuss, S., Martin, A., Escobar, E., & Katz, J. (2010). Development and preliminary validation of the child pain anxiety symptoms scale in a community sample. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 35(10), 1071-1082.