Dr Nightingale believes an internet-based intervention may be particularly suited for younger populations who are well accustomed to electronic forms of communication, with the advantage of consistency, cost-efficiency and easy accessibility. Following a systematic review of existing electronic-based interventions, Dr Nightingale aims to develop a unique prototype for to trial in children diagnosed with functional abdominal pain at the John Hunter Children’s Hospital.


Dr Scott Nightingale, Dr Milena Heinsch, Associate Professor Maria Kangas (Macquarie University), Professor Mike Jones (Macquarie University)

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