Current University: University of Toronto
Research Supervisor: Jennifer Stinson
PICH Mentor: Jennifer Stinson
Member since: December 2010
My doctoral dissertation will use a multi-method phased approach to develop and test a Smartphone-based Clinical Decision Support System (CDSS) to assist pain management by adolescents with cancer-related pain. Phase 1 of my project has focused on the development of Smartphone algorithms and support tools to inform the clinical management pain by adolescents with cancer. In Phase 2, the algorithms and tools from Phase 1 will be used to develop the prototype and I will conduct usability testing to ensure the prototype is easy to use/understand and amenable to adolescents. Phase 3, will involve a pilot randomized controlled trial (RCT) aimed at determining CDSS feasibility and estimates of effectiveness to inform a future definitive trial.
Stinson, J., Jibb, L., Nguyen, C., Nathan, P., Maloney, A., Dupuis, L., . . . Orr, M. (2013). Development and testing of a multidimensional iPhone pain assessment application for adolescents with cancer. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 15(3).
Stinson, J., Luca, N., & Jibb, L. (2012). Assessment and management of pain in Juvenile Idopathic Arthritis (JIA). Pain Research and Management, 17(6),391-396.
Stinson, J., Sung, L., Gupta, A., White, M., Jibb, L., Dettmer, E., & Baker N. (2012). Disease self-management needs of adolescents with cancer: Perspectives of adolescents with cancer and their parents and healthcare providers. Journal of Cancer Survivorship, 6(3), 278-286.
Stinson, J., Connelly, M., Jibb, L., Schanberg, L., Walco, G., Spiegel, L., . . . & Rapoff, M. (2012). Developing a standardized approach to the assessment of pain in children and youth presenting to pediatric rheumatology providers. Pediatric Rheumatology, 10(1), 7.