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The IN-ChildPain Survey on the assessment of chronic pain in children is provided by the International Network on Chronic Pain in Childhood, funded from the ERA-NET NEURON Consortium (PI: Jordi Miró; Co-PI: E. Pogatzki-Zahn).


The aim of the survey is to identify how healthcare professionals address outcome assessment in their in- and out-patient programs for the management of chronic pain in children. The data collected will help to inform the development of a guide for an European international pain registry for children with chronic pain.

Who can take part?

Healthcare professionals who work in the treatment of chronic pain in children and adolescents.

What does the study involve?

Participation involves completing one online survey. It should take less than 5 minutes to complete. You will be asked to respond to questions related to your work with children and adolescents with chronic pain. You are not obliged to take part and can leave the survey at any time before results are analysed. 


From when you start the survey, you have 4 weeks to complete it. Reminder emails will be sent to complete the survey after the first, second, and third weeks from the original invitation.


This survey is provided by the project IN-ChildPain (, funded from the ERA-NET NEURON Consortium

Ethics approval

This study has been reviewed and approved by the Human Participants Review Committee of the Universitat Rovira i Virgili by way of a waiver, as this project was regarded as program evaluation and not human research.


Any questions about this survey should be sent first to Dr. Jordi Miró either by email ( or telephone (+34 649298921).

More information:

Visit the project website