Interdisciplinary Research to Promote the Flourishing of Every Child and Family
Message from the Co-Directors
Childhood is a critical period in shaping human potential for optimal well-being. When children and youth thrive, a critical building block is established for lifelong health, social functioning and economic productivity. Unfortunately, even in the world’s richest countries like Canada, opportunities for children and youth differ. Morbidity, mortality, growth, development, mental health, and educational attainment are largely determined by children’s social circumstances, with those children and youth who grow up in the most disadvantaged environments at largest risk of suboptimal outcomes.
Orange Shirt Day with Health Equity Rounds | Suzanne Methot
Leong Centre Rounds with CHES | Dr. Magdalena Janus, McMaster University
Leong Centre Rounds with CHES | Dr. Catherine Birken, University of Toronto & SickKids
PricewaterhouseCoopers Lectureship: Leong Centre Rounds with CHES | Dr. Harriet MacMillan, McMaster University
RT @NCFST: We invite you to join us on September 30, National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, for a webinar. To mark the day we'll announ…
"Sexual & gender minority people experience inequitable rates of drug- and sexual-related harms compared to their cisgender and heterosexual counterparts. [This] talk explores several contemporary health issues affecting sexual & gender diverse youth."
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