SpringerLink A commentary written by dre. Côté builds on the four literature reviews presented in the Special Section on a Pandemic Recovery Plan for Children and proposes strategies to understand and attenuate the impact of pandemic-related lockdown measures. Click here to read the article....

UdeMNouvelles A plan to reduce inequalities in the development of children caused by the pandemic: this is the heart of an article by Sylvana Côté published in the “Canadian Journal of Public Health”. (In french only) Click here to read the article from UdeMNouvelles...

La Presse The Observatory for the education and health of children pleads for a “monitoring system” of the effects of the pandemic on young people. Click here to read the article from La Presse (french only)...

Frontiers in psychiatry A new systematic review and meta-analysis by Dre. Eve-line Bussière explored the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health of children aged 5–13 years-old, while highlighting the specific difficulties experienced by children with neurodevelopmental issues or chronic health conditions. For more...

Sylvana Côté, PH. D. Researcher and psychologist at CHU Sainte-Justine On November 9, Dre. Côté presented at the CHU Sainte-Justine foundation. The conference focused on promoting education and child well-being for post-pandemic recovery: What avenues for development research. Click here to watch the conference (french only)....

Réseau Qualaxia In their new article "Développer son réseau de soutien pour une bonne santé mentale" Sara Scardera and Marie-Claude Geoffroy discuss the protective role of perceived social support in people with symptoms of mental disorders and why it is important in young adults. They also...

The OPES-CIQSS conference, will take place in february 3–4, 2022! Hold the date! The Conference will be structured around 5 round tables, each with a special presentation followed by a panel of experts. A round table synthesis will close the whole with politicians....