Use of Virtual Reality Distraction to Reduce Child Pain and Fear during Painful Medical Procedures in Children with Physical Disabilities in Uganda: A feasibility study.

Mbazzi, Femke Bannink; Nimusiima, Claire; Akellot, Daniella; Kawesa, Elizabeth; Abaasa, Andrew; Hodges, Sarah; Seeley, Janet; Vervoort, Tine; (2021) Use of Virtual Reality Distraction to Reduce Child Pain and Fear during Painful Medical Procedures in Children with Physical Disabilities in Uganda: A feasibility study. Pain Medicine. ISSN 1526-2375 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/pm/pnab206

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Faculty and Department Faculty of Public Health and Policy > Dept of Global Health and Development
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