BMC web projects

University of Toronto Biomedical Communications Pain Visualization Projects: Websites

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Many students from the Biomedical Communications program at the University of Toronto have worked with pain researchers, including many QPRN members, to illustrate and explain different forms of pain. We showcase here examples of websites and other interactive media that were created by BMC students as Master's projects, and that are the result of collaboration with pain experts.

Several of these projects were co-funded by the CIHR Strategic Training Program entitled "Pain from molecules to community", and by the University of Toronto Centre for the Study of Pain.

View the BMC pain videos page


Co-Supervisors M.Sc. BMC student Master’s Research Project
L. Wilson-Pauwels, University of Toronto

Catherine Bushnell,
McGill University

Natalie Intven
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Fibro Myalgia insight: An educational tool for physicians about fibromyalgia
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L. Wilson-Pauwels, University of Toronto,

Manon Choinière,
Université de Montréal,

Judy Watt-Watson
University of Toronto

Hide Miagawa Pain Relief 4 you After Your Surgery
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L. Wilson-Pauwels, University of Toronto

Terrence Coderre,
McGill University

Andrea Cormier Complex regional pain syndrome (Type 1): The role of microvascular injury, no reflow and ischemic
View this project (click enter, Animation, and then next)
L. Wilson-Pauwels, University of Toronto

Jonathan Dostrovsky,
University of Toronto

Ardis Cheng Principles of Interactive Cartography as they apply to understanding the underlying mechanisms of migraine pain
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L. Wilson-Pauwels, University of Toronto

James Henry,
McMaster’s University

Emile McMahon
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The Challenge of Visualizing Pain: A web-based educational module and iconic pain assessment tool targeted towards patients with central post-stroke pain
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L. Wilson-Pauwels, University of Toronto

Bonnie Stevens,
University of Toronto

Elisheva Marcus Creating an interactive module to assist Neonatal Intensive Care Unit nurses in recognizing and assessing infant pain: a pilot project
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