Functional Pain in Schools School Nurse Webinar Series #8

Screening Tools
APA DSM-5 Somatic Symptom Screening Tool (ages 11-17)
McCaffrey Pain Assessment Tool
The Oucher: Pain Communication Tool (English)
The Oucher: Pain Communication Tool (Spanish)

PDF Handouts and Resources
Take a Break Strategies
What Kids Can Say to Peers
Guide for Working with Students who have Chronic Pain
Relaxation Strategies for School Nurses
Brain-Behavior Connection (image)
Parent Management Guidelines for School Nurses
Psychoeducation on “Functioning”

Austin Area Referrals for Functional Pain
Texas Child Study Center
512-324-3315

APACenter
512-891-1500

Austin Child Guidance Center (ACGC)
512-451-2242

Websites and Organizations
American Academy of Pediatrics
https://www.aap.org/

International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP)
http://www.iasp-pain.org/

National Alliance on Mental Illness
https://namicentraltx.org/

National Institute of Mental Health
https://www.nimh.nih.gov/

GI Kids
https://www.gikids.org/
https://www.aboutkidsgi.org/living-with-gi-disorders/talking-about-gi-disorders.html

Clinical Guidelines and Articles
American Academy of Pediatrics Subcommittee on Chronic Abdominal Pain. (2005). Chronic abdominal pain in children. Pediatrics, 115(3), 812.

Banez GA. Chronic abdominal pain in children: what to do following the medical evaluation. Current Opinion in Pediatrics. 20(5):571-575, October 2008.

Boyle JT. Recurrent abdominal pain: an update. Pediatrics in Review. 18:310-321, 1997.

Campo JV, Di Lorenzo C, Chiappetta L, et al. Adult outcomes of pediatric recurrent abdominal pain: do they just grow out of it? Pediatrics108: e1, 2001. Retrieved from http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/cgi/content/full/108/1/e1.

Chacko, M. R., Drutz, J. E., & Li, B. U. K. Patient education: Chronic abdominal pain in children and adolescents (Beyond the Basics).

Di Lorenzo et al. (2005). Chronic abdominal pain in children: a technical report of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition: AAP Subcommittee and NASPGHAN Committee on Chronic Abdominal Pain. Journal of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition, 40(3), 249-261.

Finley GA, Franck LS, Grunau RE, von Baeyer CL. Why children’s pain matters. International Association for the Study of Pain. Pain: Clinical Updates, 2005;XIII(4):1-6

International Association for the study of pain. (2011) Classification of Chronic Pain, Second Edition (Revised -updated in 2011). Retrieved from http://www.iasp-pain.org/PublicationsNews/Content.aspx?ItemNumber=1673&navItemNumber=677

Weydert JA. Ball TM. Davis MF. Systematic review of treatments for recurrent abdominal pain. Pediatrics 111:e1-e11, 2003. Available from URL: http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/cgi/content/full/111/1/e1.

Woods, M. (2015). Functional Abdominal Pain-Child. Retrieved July 17, 2018, from https://www.allegiancehealth.org/wellness/article/882155

Youssef, N. N., Murphy, T. G., Schuckalo, S., Intile, C., & Rosh, J. (2007). School nurse knowledge and perceptions of recurrent abdominal pain: opportunity for therapeutic alliance?. Clinical pediatrics, 46(4), 340-344.

Books and Textbooks
Pediatric Chronic Abdominal Pain: Etiology, Diagnosis, and Treatment.
Sparks, D. A., Garin-Laflam, M. P., & Cravero, J. P. (2015). In Chronic Abdominal Pain(pp. 115-124). Springer, New York, NY.