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Brief Emergency Department Interventions for Youth Who Use Alcohol and Other Drugs: A Systematic ReviewDownload
Objective: Brief intervention (BI) is recommended for use with youth who use alcohol and other drugs. Emergency departments (EDs) can provide BIs at a time directly linked to harmful and hazardous use. The objective of this systematic review was to determine the effectiveness of EDbased BIs....
Evaluating child-friendly spaces: Insights from a participatory mixed methods study of a municipality's preschool free-play environmentsDownload
Free play, play controlled by the player(s), is an essential and positive determinant of children’s social, physical, and emotional health. Ensuring opportunities for dynamic free play in rich physical and social environments is foundational to a child-friendly community. This paper discusses...
Evaluation Capacity Network: Aligning Evaluative Thinking and Practice among Early Childhood StakeholdersDownload
SSHRC Awarded PDG 2014. The project will enhance an emerging partnership between the province, community, funding agencies, and academic stakeholders. The partnership is focused on creating evaluation-based capacity and aligning evaluative thinking in the field of Early Childhood Development....
SSHRC Awarded PG 2019: Evidence demonstrates that children’s early experiences and environments profoundly impact their development, making early childhood a priority across Canada. Despite significant investment in early childhood programs, indicators have persistently revealed shortfalls....
SSHRC Awarded PG 2019: Children's early experiences and environments profoundly impact their development and the economic and social fabric of our communities. Given this knowledge, early childhood is a priority across Canada. Despite significant investment in early childhood in recent decades,...
SSHRC Awarded IG 2018. The study builds on two exploratory community-based, participatory research (CBPR) projects with Syrian refugees. Guided by CBPR, and using ethnographic data collection and analysis methods, we examine the psychosocial adaption and integration of 8 diverse Syrian refugee...
This project explores the use of a train-the-trainer model with a local Syrian community to build the community’s capacity to support the mental wellbeing among Syrian refugees. This project aims to answer the following questions: 1. What psychosocial challenges and needs do different Syrian...
Screening for post-traumatic stress disorder after injury in the pediatric emergency department - a systematic review protocolDownload
Abstract Background: Pediatric injury is highly prevalent and has significant impact both physically and emotionally. The majority of pediatric injuries are treated in emergency departments (EDs), where treatment of physical injuries is the main focus. In addition to physical trauma, children...