Chapter on supporting pediatric patients 

June 2017




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 SCCM 2017

Star Research Award



         New York Times July 2013


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Award June 2013





1. Watson RS, Choong K, Colville G, Crow S, Dervan LA, Hopkins RO, Knoester H, Pollack MM, Rennick J, Curley MAQ. Life after Critical Illness in Children-Toward an Understanding of Pediatric Post-intensive Care Syndrome.J Pediatr. 2018 Apr 19. pii: S0022-3476(17)31781-X. doi: 10.1016/j.jpeds.2017.12.084. [Epub ahead of print]

2. Manning JC, Pinto NP, Rennick JE, Colville G, Curley MAQ. Conceptualizing Post Intensive Care Syndrome in Children – The PICS-p Framework. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine 2018 8 Apr;19(4):298-300. doi: 10.1097/PCC.0000000000001476

3. Colville GA, Smith JG. Authors’ reply re The overlap between burnout and depression in ICU staff. Critical Care Medicine 2018 46(2) e180-181

4. Colville GA, Smith JG. The Overlap Between Burnout and Depression in ICU Staff. Critical Care Medicine 2017; 45: e1102–e1103 link

5. Colville G. Commentary: Paediatric intensive care nurses report higher empathy but also higher burnout than other health professionals. Evidence Based Nursing. 2018; 21:25.

6. Colville GA, Smith JG, Brierley J, Citron K, Nguru NM, Shaunak P, Tam O, Perkins-Porras L. Coping with staff burnout and work-related posttraumatic stress in intensive care Pediatric Critical Care Medicine 2017; 18(7): e267-e273 doi: 10.1097/PCC.0000000000001179 abstract

7. Colville GA Narrative Exposure Therapy with parents who have been traumatized in pediatric setttings: a case series. Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology 2017; 5(2): 161-169 abstract pdf

8. Colville G Children's delusional memories of intensive care - as aspect of paediatric delirium? Annals of Delirium 2016;17:11-14 pdf

9. Colville G Commentary on: Franck LS, Wray J, Gay C, et al. Predictors of parent post-traumatic stress symptoms after child hospitalization on general pediatric wards: a prospective cohort study (2016). BMJ Evidence-Based Nursing 2016; 19(1): 13 pdf

10. Colville GA Psychological aspects of care of the critically ill child. J Pediatr Intensive Care 2015; 4(4): 182-187 pdf

11. Samuel VM, Colville GA, Goodwin S, Ryninks K, Dean S. The Value of Screening Parents for Their Risk of Developing Psychological Symptoms After PICU: A Feasibility Study Evaluating a Pediatric Intensive Care Follow-Up Clinic. Pediatr Crit Care Med 2015; 16(9): 808-813 pdf

12. Colville G The 'lonely predicament'. BMJ 2015;350:h3346 pdf

13. Colville G, Dalia C, Brierley J, Abbas K, Morgan H, Perkins-Porras L. Burnout and traumatic stress in staff working in paediatric intensive care: associations with resilience and coping strategies. Intensive Care Med 2015;41(2):364-5 pdf  

14. Colville GA, Pierce CM. Children’s self-reported quality of life after intensive care treatment. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine 2013: 14(2) ; e85-e92 pdf

15. Colville G. Paediatric Intensive Care. The Psychologist 2012 25(3); 206-209 pdf

16. Colville G, Pierce C. Patterns of post-traumatic stress symptoms in families after paediatric intensive care. Intensive Care Medicine. Intensive Care Med. 2012 ;38(9):1523-31 pdf

17. Atkins E, Colville G, John M. A 'biopsychosocial' model for recovery: A grounded theory study of families' journeys after a Paediatric Intensive Care Admission. Intensive and Critical Care Nursing 2012; 28(3):133-40 pdf

18. Colville GA, Cream PR, Kerry SM. Do parents benefit form the offer of a follow-up appointment after their child's admission to intensive care?: an exploratory randomised controlled trial. Intensive Critical Care Nursing 2010; 26(3):146-153. pdf

19. Colville G, Cream P. Post-traumatic growth in parents after a child's admission to intensive care: maybe Nietzsche was right? Intensive Care Medicine 2009; 35(5) : 919-923. pdf

    20. Colville G, Darkins J, Hesketh J, Bennett V, Alcock J, Noyes J. The impact on parents of a child's admission to intensive care: integration of qualitative findings from a cross-sectional study. Intensive Crit Care Nurs 2009; 25(2) : 72-9. pdf

    21. Colville G. Rats, cats and scorpions: children's hallucinations in paediatric intensive care (Editorial).  Br J Hosp Med 2008; 69 (9): 492-3. pdf

    22. Colville G. The psychologic impact on children of admission to intensive care. Pediatric Clinics of North America 2008;55(3):605-16 pdf

    23. Colville G, Kerry S and Pierce C. Children’s factual and delusional memories of Intensive Care. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 2008;177:976-982. pdf

    24. Colville GA, Gracey D. Mothers' recollections of the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit: associations with psychopathology and views on follow up.: Intensive Crit Care Nurs. 2006 Feb;22(1):49-55. pdf

    25. Colville GA . The impact of admission to paediatric intensive care unit (PICU) on the child and family. In : The Psychological Challenges of Intensive Care. S Ridley ed. Critical Care Focus Series. Oxford, UK: BMJ Books, Wiley Blackwell, 2005. pdf

    26. Colville GA, Mok Q. Psychological management of two cases of self injury on the paediatric intensive care unit. Arch Dis Child. 2003 Apr;88(4):335-6. pdf

    27. Colville G, Orr F, Gracey D."The worst journey of our lives": parents' experiences of a specialised paediatric retrieval service. Intensive Crit Care Nurs. 2003 Apr;19(2):103-8. pdf

    28. Colville GA. Commissioned Review: The role of a psychologist on the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit. Child Psychology and Psychiatry Review 2001 6:(3) 102-105. pdf

    29. Colville GA Psychosocial support on the paediatric intensive care unit: a UK survey. Care of the Critically Ill 1998 14:(1) 25-28. pdf

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