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Case study – Xavier’s Learning Disabilities

Like many children being followed in social pediatrics, Xavier has learning difficulties accompanied by a number of comorbidities. In this case study, Dr. Julien shows how the tools of social pediatrics are used to diagnose Xavier’s complex problems and prioritize the interventions needed to help him.  suite ›
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Uncovering cases of sexual abuse: From intuition to disclosure

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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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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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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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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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What are the basics of the child’s optimal well-being?

Dr. Adèle Diamond from the University of British Columbia reminds us that happiness and fundamental human needs, especially for children, are not about having money and goods. Rather, happiness is about being loved, understood, heard and respected. 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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How can we understand children’s complex behaviors from a neurosciences perspective?

Dr. Adèle Diamond from the University of British Columbia explains how stress impairs the functioning of the brain, sometimes to the extent that a child may even become obnoxious as a way of protecting him or herself from being hurt again. 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 ›
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Qu’est-ce que le leadership partagé?

Édith Luc, consultante en psychologie sociale et en psychologie des organisations, expose les grands principes du leadership partagé dans le contexte d’un milieu de santé : partage des savoirs, des ambitions, des décisions, ouverture aux dialogues. suite ›
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Comment aborder le droit dans une pratique de pédiatrie sociale en communauté ?

Me Hélène Trudel de la Fondation du Dr Julien explique comment des partenariats avec le monde juridique permettent de réduire, et même d’éliminer certaines des sources de stress toxique que rencontrent les enfants en situation de vulnérabilité. suite ›
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Quel est l’effet d’une approche de proximité sur la pratique médicale?

Dr Andrew Aligne de l’Université de Rochester confie que l’approche de proximité rallume la flamme de la vocation médicale et rappelle aux médecins pourquoi ils ont choisi cette profession. suite ›
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Pourquoi l’ancrage dans la communauté est-il essentiel?

Le Dr Gilles Julien de la Fondation du Dr Julien explique l’importance de l’ancrage d’un centre de pédiatrie sociale dans une communauté. C’est à partir du moment que l’on fait partie d’une communauté qu’on reçoit le soutien de celle-ci. suite ›