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New survey of pediatricians aims to uncover children and teen’s use of appearance- and performance-enhancing substances and links to mental and physical health

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A leading social work researcher of body image and eating disorders among boys and men, Kyle T. […]

Youth Wellness Lab recognized for its excellence in community-based research

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The Youth Wellness Lab (YWL), a research collaborative led by Associate Professors Stephanie Begun and Bryn King, […]

Primary health care teams can help solve Canada’s health care crisis – and social work will play a key role

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How leaders from the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work are creating a national vision for the role […]

“It Goes under the Radar!”: Study by Lin Fang, Eunjung Lee and collaborators examine youths’ experiences of anti-Asian racism

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A new study, led by Associate Professor Lin Fang in collaboration with the Hong Fook Mental Health […]

Now on YouTube: Carmen Logie highlights the connection between climate change and sexual health

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 On March 20, Professor Carmen Logie delivered the 2024 Innis Alumni Lecture, “More than Clouds and […]

Research on LGBTIQ inclusion in Asia is advancing human rights and addressing the root causes of HIV

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After more than two decades spent studying HIV prevention among sexual and gender minorities in Asia and […]

A new lab at FIFSW will help children and youth exposed to trauma thrive

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Professor Ramona Alaggia will soon be opening the doors to the new Child and Youth Trauma Research […]

World Water Day: Carmen Logie’s research highlights the relationship between water insecurity and mental health

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March 22 is World Water Day, an annual United Nations Observance focused on inspiring action to tackle […]

New research, led by Professor Ka Tat Tsang, explores inter-ethnic relationships in Canada’s settlement sector

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On March 13th, 2024, SSHRC-funded research, led by FIFSW Professor Ka Tat Tsang, took center stage at […]

Screening of “Invisible Wounds” showcases the power of community-engaged research 

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The impact of The Centre for Research & Innovation for Black Survivors of Homicide Victims (The CRIB) […]