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Trajectories of psychopathology and validation of the Ontario Child Health Survey—Emotional Behavioural Scales (OCHS-EBS) for children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis: a longitudinal, mixed-methods study

  • Type de programme

    Team grants

  • Domaine de recherche

    Mental Health

  • Disease Area

    Mental illness

  • Compétition

    Addressing Mental Health in Paediatric Rheumatic Diseases Team Grants

  • Province

    Ontario

  • Date de Début

    2024

  • Montant total du financement

    $240,000

Aperçu du projet

Research in the mental health of children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) is growing, but gaps in our understanding remain. We will address these gaps by: 1–studying how the mental health of children with JIA changes and identify which children experience the largest changes over time; 2–describing what mental health…

A pilot randomized-controlled trial evaluating the efficacy of a Live-Online Mindfulness-Based Intervention for Children with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis and their Families’: The Making Mindfulness Matter© in Children with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis Study.

  • Type de programme

    Team grants

  • Domaine de recherche

    Mental Health

  • Disease Area

    Mental illness

  • Compétition

    Addressing Mental Health in Paediatric Rheumatic Diseases Team Grants

  • Province

    Ontario

  • Date de Début

    2024

  • Montant total du financement

    $240,000

Aperçu du projet

The goal of our research study is to better understand the comorbidity of mental health and disease in a sample of children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) and their primary caregiver(s). There are very broad rates reported of the frequency of mental health issues in children with JIA and scant…

na’minipti’nit Discovering and honoring Inuit Research Method

  • Type de programme

    Capacity building grants

  • Compétition

    Doctoral Personnel Awards for Indigenous Scholars

  • Province

    British Columbia

  • Date de Début

    2024

  • Montant total du financement

    $42,500

Aperçu du projet

Indigenous health research is an emerging discipline and Inuit traditional ways of knowing are not fully articulated in health research practice, due to the impacts of colonization. Natsilingmiut Inuit travel, gather and harvest food, live and care for our families on the land. We pass on stories that serve to…

Pictures of Resilience: A PAR Photovoice Mental Health Needs Assessment with Migrant Kalaalleq Youth Living in Copenhagen

  • Type de programme

    Capacity building grants

  • Domaine de recherche

    Mental Health

  • Disease Area

    Mental illness

  • Compétition

    Doctoral Personnel Awards for Indigenous Scholars

  • Province

    Ontario

  • Date de Début

    2024

  • Montant total du financement

    $77,500

Aperçu du projet

This project will be a participatory action research project launched in collaboration with the Greenlandic House of Copenhagen, a heritage and cultural center which also employs Greenlandic counsellors and staff to act as system navigators in guiding newly settled Greenlanders towards the appropriate social and economic resources necessary for residency…

Understanding addiction through zebrafish: unveiling new solutions

  • Type de programme

    Capacity building grants

  • Domaine de recherche

    Mental Health

  • Disease Area

    Mental illness

  • Compétition

    Doctoral Personnel Awards for Indigenous Scholars

  • Province

    Alberta

  • Date de Début

    2024

  • Montant total du financement

    $68,750

Aperçu du projet

Addiction is a massive issue that spans generations and cultures. Understanding and learning to help those suffering from addiction should continue to be a high- priority topic. Whether it’s looking to the past for answers, like the use of psychedelics for treatment, further understanding modern pharmaceutical interventions, or for future…