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Elise Kammerer

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Biography

Elise Kammerer is a PhD student in Pediatrics at the University of Alberta, where her research focuses on taking a participatory approach to better understanding the acute pain experiences of marginalized children in the pediatric emergency department. In addition to her PhD studies, Elise works as a Knowledge Broker for the national knowledge mobilization network Solutions for Kids in Pain (SKIP), and is based at the Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton, AB. Elise also leads knowledge translation initiatives as a member of the PEAK research team in the Stollery emergency department. Elise is passionate about integrated knowledge translation in research and the co-development of knowledge mobilization initiatives with patients and families. In the little free time that she has, she enjoys reading, spending time with her daughter and two cats, and drinking copious amounts of tea to get through the day.

Discipline: Medicine

Centre: University of Alberta

Supervisors / Mentors: Samina Ali

Project Title: The Pain Experiences of Marginalized Children in the Pediatric Emergency Department

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