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Martin Schiavenato

Current University: Washington State University
Location: US
Discipline: Nursing
PICH Mentor: Ken Craig
Member since: March 2007

About me/my research:

Martin is interested in using technology to measure pain objectively in non verbal populations. // Became a PICH graduate: September 1, 2007

Representative Publications: Schiavenato, M., Alvarez O. (2013). Pain assessment during a vaso-occlusive crisis in the pediatric and adolescent patient: Rethinking practice. Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing, doi:1043454213494014, July 12.

Schiavenato, M., Antos SA, Bell FA, Freedman BR, Kozak AJ, Kroot TB, Lam EH, Ross KE, Sternfield BA, Carney LH. (2013). Development of a scale for estimating procedural distress in the newborn intensive care unit: The Procedural Load Index. Early Human Development, doi:pii: S0378-3782(13)00093-5. 10.

Schiavenato, M., von Baeyer, C.L. (2012). A quantitative examination of extreme facial pain expression in neonates: the Primal Face of Pain Across Time. Pain Research and Treatment, 2012, 7 pages.

Schiavenato, M., Thiel, R.G. (2012). Thermography detects subclinical inflammation in chronic tophaceous gout. The Journal of Rheumatology,39(1), 182-183.

Schiavenato, M., Butler-O'Hara M., Scovanner P. (2011). Exploring the association of pain intensity and facial display in term newborns. Pain Research and Management, 16(1), 10-12.

Schiavenato, M., & Craig, K. D. (2010). Pain assessment as a social transaction: Beyond the "gold standard". The Clinical Journal of Pain, 26(8), 667-676.

Schiavenato, M. (2009). Reevaluating simulation in nursing education: beyond the human patient simulator. Journal of Nursing Education, 48(7), 388-394.

Schiavenato, M., Byers, J. F., Scovanner, P., McMahon, J. M., Xia, Y., Lu, N., et al. (2008). Neonatal pain facial expression: Evaluating the primal face of pain. Pain, 138(2), 460-471.

Schiavenato, M. (2008). Facial expression and pain assessment in the pediatric patient: The Primal Face of Pain. Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing, 13, (2).

Schiavenato, M., Byers, J., Scovanner, P., Windyga, P., Shah, M. (2007). Is there a primal face of pain? A methodology answer. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Conference Proceedings, 2007, 3559.