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Journal Watch

An occasion to exchange

Journal Watch Group

Once a month, we gather a group of researchers, practitioners, policy-makers, and students to read and discuss newly emerging research publications on child and youth trauma, and trauma-informed care.

Our students pull highlights from these publications and discussions to create Research to Practice & Policy Knowledge Bulletins. We share these research-based knowledge bulletins with practice and policy settings who are actively working to improve the lives of children and youth across Canada.

If you are interested in participating in our Journal Watch, please contact us at [email protected]

 

2024 Monthly Journal Watch

February

Summarized by:

Georgia Kehl, University of Victoria BSW Student

Janvier

Summarized by:

Anika Drouin, Bachelor of Social Work student at Université de Sherbrooke

2023 Monthly Journal Watch

May

Summarized by:

Sara Didi Hassane, Undergraduate student at the University of Ottawa.

 

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April

Summarized by:

Mélina Paré, BSW Student at Université de Sherbrooke.

 

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March

Summarized by:

Marie-Hélène Guilbault-Pinel, doctoral student in Psychology, UQTR.

 

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February

Summarized by:

Kyle Turone - Bulletin to come

 

January

Summarized by:

Mélina Paré, BSW Student at Université de Sherbrooke.

 

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2022 Monthly Journal Watch

November

Summarized by:

Marion Larose, Ph. D. Candidate, School of Psychoeducation, Université de Montréal. 

 

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October

Summarized by:

Rusan Lateef, PhD Candidate in Social Work at McGill University. 

 

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September

Summarized by:

Sara Didi Hassane, bachelor student in psychology, University of Ottawa.  

 

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June

Summarized by:

Sara Didi Hassane, bachelor student in psychology, University of Ottawa. 

 

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April

Summarized by:

Ky Scott, bachelor of social work Student, McGill University.

 

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March

Summarized by:

Sara Didi Hassane, bachelor student in psychology, University of Ottawa. 

 

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February

Summarized by:

Beenish Shazad, global UGRAD scholarship recipient and psychology exchange student at the State University of New York.

 

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January

Summarized by:

Ash Lowenthal, PhD Candidate in Social Work, McGill University.

 

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2021 Monthly Journal Watch

January

By Audrey Kern M.A. student in Counselling Psychology, McGill University

February

By Tareq Hardan, PhD candidate in Social Work, McGill University

March

By Isabelle Laguë, PhD Candidate at the School of Psychoeducation University of Montréal

April

By Alesha Frederickson, MA. Student in Counselling Psychology, McGill University.

May

By Katerina Pappas, MSc student in Community Health Sciences, Max Rady College of Medicine, University of Manitoba.

September

September article summary by Emily Diaczun, MSW student, University of Victoria.

October

October articles summarized by Rusan Lateef, PhD Candidate in Social Work, McGill University.

December

By Marianne Lemieux, B.Sc. Psychology, University of Montreal; Certificate student in social work, Laval University.

- What is the perspective of clinicians in schools and secondary health care regarding trauma-informed approaches and their implementation in their work environment?

- How can the organizational culture of child welfare services undermine the mission of the institution?

- What are the characteristics of children referred to Canadian child support centers following exposure to maltreatment, and what are the implications for practice?