Fiona Campbell, MD

Dr Campbell is a Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine in the Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, and Medical Director of the Chronic Pain Program in the Department of Anesthesia & Pain Medicine at the Hospital for Sick Children.  She is Co-Director of the SickKids Pain Centre, which led to the successful application for ChildKind certification in 2014; she is a member of the ChildKind Certification Committee.  Dr Campbell has co-chaired the International Guideline Development Group for Pain in Children with Cancer, and has created globally accessible self-management pain apps, three interactive pain educational modules, and a pain education website for children and families.

She co-chairs the Ontario Chronic Pain Network (Peds section) in partnership with the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-term Care, which aims to build capacity in the community by increasing access to pediatric chronic pain clinics, reducing disparities in care, standardizing model of care across specialist services, and fostering research and educational initiatives.  She is the medical lead of Pediatric Project ECHO for pain, an education innovation that uses videoconference technology to ‘move knowledge not patients’, so that kids can be seen in their own communities by better informed providers.

Fiona is President of the Canadian Pain Society and Co-chair of the Canadian Pain Task Force, through which she is an advocate for the implementation of a Canadian National Pain Strategy.