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How do babies feel pain?

What does our research on baby pain look like? Take a peek at our video, recognised with the Digital Media OxTALENT award.

#StartedinOxford

The Paediatric Neuroimaging group are measuring brain activity when babies experience pain #StartedinOxford.

Results of the Poppi trial

The Poppi Trial: Procedural Pain in Premature Infants investigates if morphine is an effective and safe analgesic for premature babies.

What's new

Why it's so hard to treat pain in infants

For decades physicians believed that premature babies didn’t experience pain. Here’s what doctors know now – and the innovative solutions being embraced by today's caregivers.

Children’s pain ‘swept under the carpet for too long’ – Lancet Commission

The launch of Lancet Child and Adolescent Health Commission - the first ever to address paediatric pain - aims to raise the profile of children’s pain from early years to early adulthood.

What happens to humans when we can't touch?

Professor Rebeccah Slater explains how touch affects premature babies (external link to BBC Radio 4)

Visualising COVID-19 outbreak

Paediatric Neuroimaging researcher provides real-time case information on epidemiological data from the COVID-19 outbreak.

Latest publications