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Protecting unauthorized immigrant mothers improves their children’s mental health

Protecting unauthorized immigrant mothers improves their children’s mental health. Hainmuller, J., Lawrence, D., Martén, L., Black, B., Figueroa, L., Hotard, M., Jiménez, T.R., Mendoza, F., Rodriguez, M.I., Swartz, J.J., & Laitin, D.D. (2017). Science, 357, p. 1041-1044. (Article libre d’accès). Keywords: Intergenerational transmission, child development, anxiety, toxic stress, health inequities. This article explores how the […] 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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Fathers’ Roles in the Care and Development of Their Children: The Role of Pediatricians. Pediatrics

Yogman M., Garfield C.F. and the COMMITTEE ON PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS OF CHILD, FAMILY HEALTH (2016). Fathers’ roles in the care and development of their children: The role of pediatricians. Pediatrics, 138, e20161128 Open access Keywords:  Fatherhood; Child Development; Mental Health This article summarizes recent research on father involvement in the family and the outcomes for […] suite ›
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2017 Symposium – Claudie Bourget – L’approche Gang Reduction Program

Approche Gang reduction program : Claudie Bourget, projet SAJ – table gangs de rue de Laval Claudie Bourget has worked for over 10 years with troubled youth, specializing in at-risk behaviour with young people that live in a context of immigration and juvenile delinquency. During her Master’s Degree in Social Work at the Université du Québec […] suite ›
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2017 Symposium – Véronique Kéna-Cohen – L’approche Wraparound

Approche Wraparound : Véronique Kéna-Cohen, Club garçons et filles de Lasalle Véronique developpped the LaSalle-Wrap project in 2012 at the Boys and Girls Club of LaSalle. She has been coordinating the project since February 2014. She has benefited from five advanced trainings by Wrap Canada and is a Certified High Fidelity Wraparound coach.  Download 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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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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L’influence de la culture sur le développement socioaffectif des jeunes enfants

Chen X. (2009). L’influence de la culture sur le développement socioaffectif des jeunes enfants. In : Tremblay RE, Boivin M, Peters RDeV, (eds). Encyclopédie sur le développement des jeunes enfants. Montréal, Québec : Centre d’excellence sur le développement des jeunes enfants et Réseau stratégique de connaissances sur le développement des jeunes enfants. 1-7. Cet article porte sur […] suite ›
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Cultural Competences : It all starts at the front desk, National Center for cultural competence

Bronheim S. (2013). Cultural Competence: It All Starts at the Front Desk. National Center for Cultural Competence, Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development, Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities. This article describes the importance of developing “cultural competence”, not only for health professionals, but also for staff in reception, who are the first […] suite ›