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Patient navigators: Mapping the route toward accessibility in health care

Patient navigators: Mapping the route toward accessibility in health care. Rollins,M., Milone, F., Suleman, S., Vojvoda, D., Sgro, M., & Barozzino, T. (2018). Paediatrics & Child Health, pxy057. (Article libre d’accès). This commentary argues for the need to implement patient navigator programs in Canada to ensure that vulnerable populations have access to quality care. It […] suite ›
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Two more students from McGill to be hitting the Rhodes

This article highlights the achievements of Alexander Lachapelle, the recipient of a prestigious Rhodes Scholarship. Alexander is a resident in medicine, and an intern and volunteer at the Fondation. http://publications.mcgill.ca/reporter/2017/11/two-more-from-mcgill-to-be-hitting-the-rhodes/ suite ›
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Education Forum: An Online Journal

Education Forum: An Online Journal. http://www.rus-ameeduforum.com Various texts written by Canadian actors and their collaborators in social pediatrics. January 2018. The mandate of this open-access online journal is to foster dynamic cross-cultural exchange around best practices in the fields of education and services for children. The January 2018 issue focuses specifically on social pediatrics, bringing […] suite ›
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A New Framework for Addressing Adverse Childhood and Community Experiences: The Building Community Resilience Model

Ellis, W.R., Dietz, W.H. (2017). Academic Pediatrics, 17. (Article libre d’accès). http://www.academicpedsjnl.net/article/S1876-2859(16)30552-6/fulltext  Keywords: Adverse childhood experiences. Child health services, community resilience, integrated clinical and community care, toxic stress. This paper presents the Building Community Resilience Model, an approach aiming to foster collaboration across different health services (child health, public health and community-based agencies) to address […] suite ›
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Uncovering cases of sexual abuse: From intuition to disclosure

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Evaluation overview and executive summary for Garage à Musique (Fondation du Dr Julien)

In 2009, the Garage à Musique was implemented in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve neighborhood to provide a unique program in collective practice of music in youth orchestras and a specialized school access center. This program aims to decrease risk factors associated with juvenile delinquency. Social pediatric interveners, volunteers, partners from the educational community, the family and the community […] suite ›
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2017 Symposium – Jerry Nussbaum – Tribute to Janusz Korczak

Jerry Nussbaum, one of the founders of the Janusz Korczak Association of Canada, share inspirational words about Dr. Janusz Korczak, a pioneer in child advocacy, a fighter for children’s rights, and a worldwide symbol of commitment to the welfare of children and youth. Mr Nussbaum took the opportunity to present the Janusz Korczak Award in […] suite ›
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2017 Symposium – Patricia Conrod – Presentation of a preventive approach to substance use focusing on personality traits

Patricia Conrod is a full professor in the departement of psychiatry at Université de Montréal, researcher at the CHU Sainte-Justine Mother and Child Hospital Centre in Montreal and holds the Chair Dr Julien/Fondation Marcelle et Jean Coutu en pédiatrie sociale en communauté. Her research focuses on cognitive, personality and biological risk factors for the development […] suite ›
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2017 Symposium – Hanie Edalati – Adverse Childhood Experiences

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2017 Symposium – Christine Doucet – The assessment of social pediatrics interventions

Christine Doucet holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychoeducation and a Ph.D. in Sociology. She is a Research Associate at the Dr. Julien/Marcelle and Jean Coutu Foundation Chair is Community Social Pediatrics at the Université de Montréal. Before starting her career in research, she worked with vulnerable populations, during which time she began to question the […] suite ›
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2017 Symposium – Delphine Collin-Vézina – Au-delà du comportement : Approches sensibles au vécu traumatique des enfants et des jeunes

Delphine Collin-Vézina : Au-delà du comportement : Approches sensibles au vécu traumatique des enfants et des jeunes Delphine Collin-Vézina, Ph.D, is a licensed clinical psychologist. She is the Director of McGill University’s Centre for Research on Children and Families and Associate Professor at the McGill School of Social Work and Department of Pediatrics. She is also […] suite ›
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2017 Symposium – Mitch Blair – Children’s vulnerability : Understanding and addressing health inequalities “from case to programme”

Mitch Blair shares his experience in program implementation and reaching out to targeted populations. Download Mitch Blair’s presentation Dr Gilles Julien commentary suite ›
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2017 Symposium – Melanie Berry – Viewpoints and actions on the complexity of vulnerable children

Melanie Berry introduces the added value of applying translational research into the clinical practice. Download Melanie Berry’s presentation suite ›
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2017 Symposium – Jerry McHale – Viewpoints and actions on the complexity of vulnerable children

Jerry McHale talks about legal challenges in the application of legal processes with vulnerable populations. Download Jerry McHale’s presentation suite ›
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2017 Symposium – Catherine Roy et Tonino Esposito – Implantation de nouvelles cliniques de pédiatrie sociale en communauté au Québec: identification des communautés à risque

Implantation de nouvelles cliniques de pédiatrie sociale en communauté au Québec: identification des communautés à risque : Tonino Esposito and Catherine Roy present the project on the mapping of vulnerability in Quebec, along with thoughts and implications of this research. Downdload speakers presentation suite ›
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2017 Symposium – Sharon Goldfeld – What is it about where you live that can make a difference to child development?

What is it about where you live that can make a difference to child development?: Sharon Goldfeld talks about the impact of social, physical and geographical domains on the development of children, from the Kics study implemented in Australia. Download speaker presentation suite ›
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2017 Symposium – Christiane Guay – Intervenir auprès des familles autochtones dans le respect des valeurs culturelles

Intervenir auprès des familles autochtones dans le respect des valeurs culturelles : Christiane Guay provides the views of innu stakeholder on social intervention. Download speaker presentation suite ›
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2017 Symposium – Judith Lynam – RICHER Model of Social Pediatrics

RICHER Model of SOCIAL PEDIATRICS: Intersectoral Partnerships & Collaboration to Promote Healthy Child Development & Youth Health Rights for Disenfranchised Populations: Judith Lynam highlight the added valueof partnerships in RICHER’s initiative. Download speaker presentation suite ›
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2017 Symposium – Franco Carnevale – Giving children a voice: how can we give children a role in defining public policy?

Children do not vote. It is therefore vital that we give them the opportunity to have their voices heard in order to influence public policy. This session will create a rich discussion between a group of children, a social pediatrician, an expert in pediatric ethic, and a legal consultant. Michel Venne, Director of the Institut […] suite ›
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2017 Symposium – La chaire Nicolas Steinmetz — Gilles Julien en pédiatrie sociale en communauté

With respect to community social pediatrics, several service movements, based on collaborative approaches that support vulnerable children and teenagers, have grown over the past few years. One of these approaches is the Wraparound, which is comprised of integrated services and interventions for highly complex and traumatic cases. During the first part of this session, the […] suite ›
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2017 Symposium – Chair Dr Julien/Fondation Marcelle et Jean Coutu en pédiatrie sociale en communauté

Vulnerable children are exposed to several developmental risk factors. In their family environments, they are susceptible of experiencing neglect and abuse. On a personal level, many vulnerable children adopt behaviours that hamper their overall functioning, such as impulsiveness, attention deficits, hyperactivity and aggressiveness. Their parents, which often struggle with mental health issues and substance abuse, […] suite ›
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2017 Symposium – Children’s rights: how they are applied on a daily basis and their impact

Children’s best interests must always come first—whether when establishing social policies or making legal decisions for their welfare. But how can we ensure that children’s needs are met and their rights respected when moving from theory to action? How can we measure the impact on children? During this session, speakers who work on a daily […] suite ›
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Implantation de nouvelles cliniques de pédiatrie sociale en communauté au Québec

The research presented in this report was carried out in order to support Fondation du Dr Julien in its process of identifying communities most at risk for social and economic poverty. The socioeconomic risk indices created by this research are meant to serve as tools to aid the decision-making of the Fondation’s coordination committee, which […] suite ›
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Case study – Sébastien and neglect

Through the story of Sébastien, Dr. Julien and Julie Desharnais, social worker and Assistant Director General at the Fondation, explain how neglect is perceived and addressed in community social pediatrics. suite ›
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Document de codification

Ce document présente un portrait détaillé des savoirs, savoir-faire et savoir-être propres à la pédiatrie sociale en communauté suivant la description du continuum des services. Il est le résultat d’un processus de captation, de codification et de création des savoirs qui a eu lieu entre mai 2012 et août 2013 et qui s’est appuyé sur […] suite ›
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Référentiel de certification

This document outlines the main requirements that need to be met for good clinical and organizational practice according to the community social pediatrics assessment criteria. The requirements outlined in this document apply to all organizations using the community social pediatrics model as developed by Dr. Gilles Julien which would like to be recognized as CSPCs and […] suite ›
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Case Study – Catherine, vulnerability and resilience

In this short video, Dr. Julien describes how community social pediatrics will leverage on Catherine’s strengths and resilience to address the state of vulnerability in which she finds herself. suite ›
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A day in a child’s life living in vulnerable conditions

Child’s day-to-day activities along with his daily environment have a direct influence on its development and well-being. When conditions are not optimal, they cause negative impacts whose influence is felt in the short and long term. suite ›
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Intergenerational Risk Transmission and Toxic Stress : Impact on Child Development in a Community Social Pediatric Setting

Presented at the 22nd International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions World Congress (IACAPAP), Calgary, sept.2016 Preliminary data from the MAVAN study were presented as a poster at the IACAPAP congress in September 2016. We compared a CSP vulnerable population living in a low SES neighbourhood to a low income subsample of […] suite ›
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Case Story – Melissa and the child’s rights

Through the story of Melissa, Dr Julien explains how the rights of the child are at the heart of all our interventions in community social pediatrics. Enjoy watching! suite ›
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Réflexions sur la santé communautaire : Entretien réalisé avec le Dr. Gilles Julien

In: La santé communautaire en 4 actes. Repères, acteurs, démarches et défis, sous la direction de Valérie Desgroseilliers, Nicolas Vonarx, Anne Guichard, Bernard Roy, 2016. This book gathers more than 50 texts involving actors from multiple disciplines and expertise. They share their vision of community health, issues and challenges and future directions. Among them, Dr […] suite ›
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Case Study – Eric and Attachment

Through the story of Eric, Dr Julien explains how community social pediatrics proceeds to promote the development of a secure attachment in children. suite ›
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What is social paediatrics and where does it come from?

Manciaux M. (1995). What is social paediatrics and where does it come from? In: B. Lindström, and N. Spencer (eds.), Social Paediatrics. Oxford University Press, New York. This article presents the history and development of the social pediatrics concept and discusses the challenges faced by this discipline. suite ›
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The Pediatrician’s Role in Community Pediatrics

American Academy of Pediatrics (2005). The pediatrician’s role in community pediatrics. Pediatrics, 115 (4) : 1092-1094. This policy statement outlines the American Academy of Pediatrics’ position on the role of the pediatrician in community pediatrics. It includes a description of community pediatrics as well as recommendations for its practice. Read the paper suite ›
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Social Pediatrics Initiative, Enacting a ‘RICHER’ Model

Lynam M.J., Loock C., Scott L. and Wong S. (2010). Social Pediatrics initiative: Enacting a ‘RICHER’ Model. A report to the British Columbia Medical Services Foundation and Canadian Nurses Foundation. This research report examines a new approach to care delivery that was implemented in Vancouver, British Columbia. The initiative was based on social pediatrics and […] suite ›
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Social paediatrics: From ‘lip service’ to the health and well-being of Canada’s children and youth

Daneman D., Kellner J., Bernstein M. et al. (2013). Social paediatrics: From ‘lip service’ to the health and well-being of Canada’s children and youth. Paediatric Child Health, 18 (7) : 351-352. This commentary, written by the members of the Paediatrics Chairs of Canada, makes concrete recommendations on how to better sensitize and train future pediatricians in […] suite ›
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Jeanne-Marie Rugira and Dr Gilles Julien – Community strategies to improve our children’s well-being

They are both interested in people living in vulnerable situation. They both opened their door to others to create relationships and learn from adversities. In this inspiring talk, Jeanne-Marie Rugira – Professor in the Department of Psychosociology and Social Work at the Université du Québec à Rimouski – and Dr. Gilles Julien – pediatrician, clinical […] suite ›
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Community Social Pediatrics Concepts and Music Therapy: A Hermeneutic Perspective

Zuyderhoff, Sandrine (2015) Community Social Pediatrics Concepts and Music Therapy: A Hermeneutic Perspective. Master Thesis, Concordia University. Music therapy has been incorporated into many social intervention and prevention fields. It uses music’s expressive and motivational qualities to enrich people’s well-being, as well as their mental, physical and spiritual health. Music therapy has been an integral […] suite ›
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Making a difference – indicators to improve children’s environmental health

Briggs D. (2003). Making a Difference: Indicators to Improve Children’s Environmental Health. World Health Organization, Geneva. This exhaustive report published by the World Health Organization (WHO) examines the various indicators of children’s environmental health. For example, the incidence of respiratory diseases in children is an indicator of the quality of the environment in which they […] suite ›
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Social Determinants of Health- The Solid Facts

Marmot M. and Wilkinson R.G. (2003), eds. Social Determinants of Health: The Solid Facts, 2nd ed. Copenhagen: World Health Organization. This report outlines the ten determinants of health. For each determinant, the authors provide a short description of its impacts on health, the implications for policy making (in terms of legislation) and a list of […] suite ›
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À l’aube d’une médecine intégrée

Eisenberg D. [2002] À l’aube d’une médecine intégrée. Congrès international sur la science du toucher, Montréal. Entrevue de Christian Lamontagne sur PasseportSanté.net, consulté le 10 juillet 2013. Cette entrevue avec le Dr. David Eisenberg de l’Université Harvard introduit le concept relativement récent de médecine intégrée. Celle-ci est définie comme étant « la combinaison du meilleur de […] suite ›
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Abstracts from the Social Medicine

Social Medicine (2007). Abstracts from the Social Medicine session at the 2006 annual meeting of the American Association of Medical Colleges. Seattle, Volume 2, No. 1, pp. 56-64. This article contains numerous summaries of presentations on social medicine. Many aspects of the discipline are covered in a succinct manner, including its history, its role in the […] suite ›
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Social Paediatrics

Manciaux M. (1995). What is social paediatrics and where does it come from? In: B. Lindström, and N. Spencer (eds.), Social Paediatrics. Oxford University Press, New York. This book is a detailed analysis of social pediatrics from its beginnings in Europe to its place in present day health care. Several chapters are devoted to the […] suite ›
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Moral competence and character strengths among adolescents: The development and validation of the values in action inventory of strengths for youth

Park N. and Peterson C. (2006). Moral competence and character strengths among adolescents: The development and validation of the values in action inventory of strengths for youth. Journal of Adolescence, 29, 891–909. This article presents a questionnaire for teenagers that was created to measure positive character traits associated with well-being throughout life. It discusses the […] suite ›
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Rapports des symposiums – 2e symposium de pédiatrie sociale en communauté – Agir ensemble pour réduire l’impact du stress toxique sur l’enfant.

Ce document résume les différentes conférences présentées au symposium de pédiatrie sociale en communauté de Montréal en 2013. Les sujets abordés sont : 1) l’impact du stress toxique sur le développement de l’enfant, 2) les modèles et approches de pédiatrie sociale en communauté, 3) la relève et le savoir-faire local, 4) l’intégration de la Convention relative […] suite ›
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Which skills and attitudes do clinicians need in social pediatrics?

Dr. Jeffrey Kaczorowski from the University of Rochester explains how doctors need more training on listening, asking questions, resolving social problems, and being part of collaboration wheels involving the community.   Visionnez le vidéo ici. suite ›
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Partnering with the community, how and why?

Dr. Judith Lynam from the University of British Columbia explains the concept of building partnerships between health professionals and community institutions in such a way that the community sets the priorities. suite ›
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What do social pediatricians bring in terms of change for kids and families?

Dr. Jeffrey Kaczorowski from the University of Rochester explains how social pediatricians can bring about change in the lives of vulnerable children in three main ways: 1) through the relationships they build with these children and their families, 2) by using their knowledge of science to address children’s problems, and 3) by taking an advocacy […] suite ›