Dianne Crellin holds a joint appointment as a Nurse Practitioner/Lecturer at The Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne and The University of Melbourne. Di is also clinical researcher and provides supervision for medical and nursing research students. One of her areas of research interests is pain assessment and management. She is a PhD candidate and her thesis is entitled Procedural pain assessment in infants and young children: the psychometrics of behavioural scales – the aim of which is to identify an appropriate scale for procedural pain assessment which can be used clinically and for research purposes.
Di will present in plenary session 1 of the conference on Procedural pain assessment in infants and young children; the current state of the science.
We are delighted to have Di Crellin involved in APS 2016, we hope you will be able to attend and enjoy everything this conference has to offer.