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Renee C. B. Manworren

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine
Posy & Fred Love Chair in Nursing Research; Director of Nursing Research and Professional Practice
Pediatric Pain Management Specialist
Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago

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Recognized as one of the 2500 most influential nurses in the world, Manworren has described genetic associations with analgesic ineffectiveness and adverse effects. She has conducted investigator-led trials of pharmacologic and biobehavioral interventions for children’s pain, including self-management techniques (self-hypnosis ), topical anesthetics and multimodal treatment strategies. As an international expert in her field and Mayday Society and Pain Fellow, Manworren is active in developing clinical practice guidelines, including post-operative pain management. Manworren's first tool related to pediatric pain has been translated, used and cited by authors from 42 countries on six continents. Email her for permission to use her copyrighted tools free of charge.