According to Fahad Razak, Saeha Shin, C. David Naylor, and Arthur Slutsky of the Canadian Medical Association Journal, the Canadian government and its public health leaders should advise the public of the country’s achievements and challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Click the following link...

The Observatory for Children's Education and Health, in collaboration with the Pediatric Outcomes imProvement through COordination of Research Networks (POPCORN), a Canadian pediatric platform, is looking for a statistician for a pan-Canadian research and administrative data analysis project. If you are interested in this position,...

This week, April 1 (12-1 p.m.), the conference will be given by Professor Marie-Claude Geoffroy. The presentation is called “Canadian Youth Mental Health and the COVID-19 Pandemic: What Do We Know? What can we do ?"Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020,...

Tutoring is currently considered by the Government of Quebec as one of the pivotal measures to prevent and correct the learning delays that children will have experienced following the Covid-19 pandemic. Although it is an attractive and complementary support measure for the preventive action of...

Although COVID-19 has affected children less directly than adults, a number of children have still required hospitalization either for acute illness or for childhood multisystem inflammatory syndrome. Our pan-Canadian research group conducted a prospective study to identify the risk factors associated with the need for...

OPES' webconference Understanding the extent to which children have been infected with SARS-CoV-2 provides important information for decisions about school closures and other interventions, including vaccination. Dr. Zinszer presented the results of her studies at the first OPES webconference. Watch it by clicking here (in french)...