Publications from Evidence to Care
Evidence to Care and their partners publish on a range of topics related to their work in academic, trade, and public sources. Below you will find a selection of citations and links to their work:
Kingsnorth, S., Adler, E., Ami, N., Gresley-Jones, T., Mankad, D., Joachimides, N., Fay, L., Slonim, N., & Fehlings, D. (2013). Developing a cerebral palsy chronic pain assessment toolkit: a systematic review of the evidence. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 55:S3, 39.
Kingsnorth, S., Orava, T., Provvidenza, C., Adler, E., Ami, N., Gresley-Jones, T., Mankad, D., Slonim, N., Fay, L., Joachimides, J., Hoffman, A., Hung, R., & Fehlings, D. Chronic pain assessment tools for cerebral palsy: A systematic review. (2015). Pediatrics, 136(4):e947-e960. [2015-0273]. Open access
Townley, A., Kingsnorth, S., Orava, T., & Provvidenza, C. (2015). An evidence-informed approach to the identification and assessment of chronic pain in children with cerebral palsy. The Journal of Pain, 16(4), S3. DOI: 10.1016/j.jpain.2015.01.025.
Kingsnorth, S., Joachimides, N., Krog, K., Davies, B., & Smith Higuchi, K. Optimal pain assessment in pediatric rehabilitation: Implementation of a nursing guideline. Pain Management Nursing. 2015 Dec:16(6):871-880.
Hebert, D., Lindsay, M. P., McIntyre, A., Kirton, A., Rumney, G. P., Bagg, S., Bayley, M., Dowlatshahi, D., Dukelow, S., Garnhum, M., Glasser, E., Halabi, ML., Kang, E MacKay-Lyons, M., Martino, R., Rochette, A., Rowe, S., Salbach, N., Semenko, B., Stack, B., Swinton, L., Weber, V., Mayer, M., Verrilli, S., DeVeber, G., Andersen, J., Barlow, K., Cassidy, C., Dilenge, ME., Fehlings, D., Hung, R., Iruthayarajah, J., Lenz, L., Majnemer, A., Purtzki, J., Rafay, M., Sonnenberg, K. L., Townley, A., Janzen, S., Foley, N., Teasell R. (2016). Canadian stroke best practice recommendations: Stroke rehabilitation practice guidelines, update 2015. International Journal of Stroke, 11(4). DOI: 10.1177/1747493016643553.
Edelstein, H., Schippke, J., Sheffe, S., & Kingsnorth, S. (2016). Children with medical complexity: a scoping review of interventions to support caregiver stress. Child: care, health and development, 43(3), 323 – 333. DOI: 10.1111/cch.12430.
Schippke, J., Provvidenza, C., & Kingsnorth S. (2017). Peer support for families of children with complex needs: Development and dissemination of a best practice toolkit. Child: care, health and development, 43(6), 823 – 830. DOI: 10.1111/cch.12494.
Barney, C., Provvidenza, C., Townley, A., & Kingsnorth, S. (2017). International collaboration supports improved pain assessment practices for children with cerebral palsy. The Journal of Pain, 18(4), S42. DOI: 10.1016/j.jpain.2017.02.160.
Townley, A., Wincentak, J., Krog, K., Schippke, J., & Kingsnorth, S. (2017). Paediatric gastrostomy stoma complications and treatments: A rapid scoping review. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27(7-8), 1369 – 1380. DOI: 10.1111/jocn.14233.
Provvidenza, C., Hartman, L., & McPherson, A. (2018). Fostering positive weight-related conversations between healthcare professionals, children, and families. Development of a knowledge translation Casebook and evaluation protocol. Child Care Health Dev, 45 (1), 138-145 (early online 26 November).
Orava, T., Provvidenza, C., Townley, A., & Kingsnorth, S. Screening and assessment of chronic pain among children with cerebral palsy: Adoption of a pain toolbox. Disability & Rehabilitation. 2019; 41(22), 2695-2703. doi.org/10.1080/09638288.2018.1471524
Wincentak, J., Cheung, S., & Kingsnorth, S. (2019). Utilizing a journal club to build research competencies in a cross-disciplinary environment. Scholarly and Research Communication. 2019;10(3) https://doi.org/10.22230/src.2019v10n3a337Open access
Kingsnorth, S., Orava, T., Parker, K., & Milo-Manson, G. (2020). From knowledge translation theory to practice: Lessons learned in mobilizing evidence into care in a pediatric rehabilitation setting. Disability & Rehabilitation, 42(6): 869-879. doi: 10.1080/09638288.2018.1514075 Open access
Bonder, R., Provvidenza, C., Hubley, D., & McPherson, A. (2020). Putting Positive Weight-Related Conversations into Practice: The Pilot Implementation of a Knowledge Translation Casebook. Child: Care, Health & Development, 46(3):360-368.
Provvidenza, C., Townley, A., Wincentak, J., Peacocke, S, & Kingsnorth S. (2020). Building knowledge translation competency in a community-based hospital: A practice-informed curriculum for healthcare providers, researchers and leadership. Implementation Science, 15, 54. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13012-020-01013-yOpen access
Paniccia, M., Provvidenza, C., Kingsnorth, S., Ippolito, C., Zemek, R., & Reed,N. (2021). Engaging Target Users to Appraise and Refine Clinical Practice Guidelines in Pediatric Concussion: An Integrated Knowledge Translation Approach. Journal of Concussion, 5:1-16. https://doi.org/10.1177/20597002211017405
Wincentak, J., Xu, Y., Rudden, L., Kassam-Lallani, D., Mullin, A., Truong, C., Krog, K., & Kingsnorth, S. (2021).. The current state of knowledge on digital rectal stimulation in traumatic and non-traumatic spinal cord injury: A scoping review. Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, 30:S0003-9993(21)00093-9.
Bonder, R., Wincentak, J., Gan, C., Kingsnorth, S.,Provvidenza, C., & McPherson, A.C. (2021). They assume that you’re not having sex: A qualitative exploration of how healthcare providers can have positive sexuality-related conversations with youth with disabilities. Sexuality and Disability, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11195-021-09686-z.
Lung, S.L.M., Wincentak, J., Gan, C., Kingsnorth, S., Provvidenza, C. & McPherson A.C. Are healthcare providers and young people talking about sexuality? A scoping review to characterize conversations and identify barriers. Child Care Health Dev. 2021 Nov;47(6):744-757. doi: 10.1111/cch.12892.
Schippke, J., Provvidenza, C., & Kingsnorth, S. (July 2015). Rapid evidence review: Peer support for families of children with disabilities. Toronto, ON: Evidence to Care, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital. Retrieved from: https://hollandbloorview.ca/sites/default/files/2019-06/EtC_PeerSupport_RER_FA.pdf
Orava, T. (2015). 3 things to know about chronic pain. Today's Kids in Motion Magazine. Summer/Fall 2015 edition. Available at: https://www.todayskids.ca/good-advice/things-know-chronic-pain/
Kingsnorth, S & Townley, A. (2015). Standardizing Chronic Pain Assessment: Using a Toolbox in a Pediatric Rehabilitation Setting. On the Uptake: Childhood Disability Link. Available at:https://www.childhooddisability.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Uptake-Winter-2014.pdf
Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital. (2015, November 13). Things to know about chronic pain. Today’s Kids in Motion Magazine. Retrieved from: http://www.todayskids.ca/good-advice/things-know-chronic-pain/
Townley, A. (2015, November 26). Chronic Pain Assessment Toolbox for Children with Disabilities. Healthscape. Retrieved from:http://www.healthscape.ca/Pages/resources-11262015-chronicpainassessment.aspx
Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital. (2016, May). Bringing Evidence to Care: How the Pediatric Rehabilitation Sector is Adopting Evidence-Based Best Practices. Council of Academic Hospitals of Ontario. Retrieved from:http://caho-hospitals.com/bringing-evidence-to-care-how-the-pediatric-rehabilitation-sector-is-adopting-evidence-based-best-practices/
Townley, A., Wincentak, J., Raffaele, C., & Kingsnorth, S. (2018). Feeding and Swallowing: Aligning knowledge translation, research, and clinical practice to bring evidence to care. OT Now, 20(6), 28.
Townley, A., Perlin, R., and Downing, J. (2018) What is aspiration? When food goes down the wrong pipe. Today’s Kids in Motion. Retrieved from:https://www.todayskids.ca/parenting/what-is-aspiration/
Townley, A., Perlin, R., and Downing, J. (2018) What is aspiration? When food goes down the wrong pipe. Rehab and Community Care Medicine. Retrieved from: http://publications.rehabmagazine.ca/publication/?i=530593&article_id=3206967&view=articleBrowser&ver=html5
Townley, A., Provvidenza, C., & McPherson, A. (Winter, 2018/19). Weighty conversations: More than just a number on the scale. Rehab & Community Care (www.rehabmagazine.ca).
Wincentak, J. (August 2019). Why you need a Knowledge Broker. Knowledge Nudge: CHI KT Platform. Retrieved from: https://medium.com/knowledgenudge/why-you-need-a-knowledge-broker-9268e6a2dc79
Townley, A., Wincentak, J., & Kingsnorth, S. Taking time to reflect and learn from COVID experiences. Hospital News (April). 2020.https://hospitalnews.com/taking-time-to-reflect-and-learn-from-covid-experiences/
Halsey, M. Providing methods to help children with chronic pain. Hospital News 2015 May. https://hospitalnews.com/providing-methods-to-help-children-with-chronic-pain/
Provvidenza, C. (November 2020).KNOWvember 20 Interview. Health Education England, National Health System.
Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare. (August 9, 2017). Chronic Pain Toolbox Helps Treat Children Who Have Chronic Pain [Video]. Youtube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CDbj7g4glJM