January 2014 – April 2015 Publications

Journal Articles

  1. Akesson, B. (2014). Castle and cage: Meanings of home for Palestinian children and families. Global Social Welfare, 1(2), 81-95.
  2. Akesson, B. (2015). School as a place of violence and hope: Tensions of education in post-intifada Palestine. International Journal of Educational Development, 41, 192-199.
  3. Akesson, B. (2015). Trees, flowers, prisons, flags: Frustration and hope shaping national identity for Palestinian families. Global Studies of Childhood, 5(1), 33-46.
  4. Akesson, B. (2014). “We may go, but this is my home”: Experiences of domicide and resistance for Palestinian children and families. Journal of Internal Displacement, 4(2), 8-22.
  5. Akesson, B., D’Amico, M., Denov, M., Khan, F., Linds, W., & Mitchell, C. (2014). “Stepping back” as researchers: Addressing ethics in arts-based approaches to working with war-affected children in school and community settings. Educational Research for Social Change, 3(1), 75-89.
  6. Allen D., Badro V., Denyer-Willis L., Macdonald, M.E., Paré, A., Hutchinson, T., Barré, T., Beauchemin, R., Bocti, H., Broadbent, A., & Cohen, SR. (online ahead of print, December 3, 2014) Fragmented care and whole-person illness: Decision-making for people with chronic, end-stage kidney disease. Chronic Illness.
  7. Arim, R. G., Garner, R. E., Kohen, D. E., Lach, L. M., Brehaut J. C., MacKenzie, M. J., & Rosenbaum, P. L. (2014). Psychosocial functioning in children with neurodevelopmental disorders and/or externalizing behaviour problems. Disability & Rehabilitation, early online, 1-10.
  8. Bélanger, E., Rodríguez, C., Groleau, D., Légaré, F., Macdonald, M.E, & Marchand, R. (2014) Initiating Decision-Making Exchanges in Palliative Care: An Ethnographic Discourse Analysis. BMC Palliative Care 2014, 13(1):63.
  9. Bell E., Racine E., Chiasson P., Dufourcq-Brana M., Dunn L.B., Fins J.J., Ford P.J., Glannon W., Lipsman N., Macdonald M.E., McAndrews M.P., & Mathews D.J.H. (authorship alphabetical after first two) (2014) Beyond consent in research: Revisiting vulnerability in deep brain stimulation for psychiatric disorders. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 2014,23(3),1-8.
  10. Bielas, H., Jud, A., Lips, U., Reichenbach, J., Wieser, I., & Landolt, M. A. (2015). Preliminary Evidence for a Compromised T-Cell Compartment in Maltreated Children with Depression and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Neuroimmunomodulation. doi: 10.1159/000369349
  11. Blumenthal, A., & Rothwell, D. W. (2014). Parents' perceptions of savings in an Indigenous community: Internal report. Montreal: McGill Centre for Research on Children and Families.
  12. Blumenthal, A. & Sinha, V. (2015). No Jordan’s Principle cases in Canada? A review of the administrative response to Jordan’s Principle. The International Indigenous Policy Journal, 6(1).
  13. Bogossian, A., Rothwell, D., Lach, L., Nicholas, D., Bailey, S., Kohen, D., & Rosebaum, P. (2014). Financial stress among parents of children with neurodisabilities in Canada: the role of 'complexity' [Abstract]. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 56(Supplement 5), 7.
  14. Boudreau D., Macdonald M.E., & Steinert, Y. (2014) Affirming and reaffirming professional identities through an apprenticeship: Insights from a four-year longitudinal case study. Academic Medicine. 2014,89(7):1038-45.
  15. Brend, D.M. (2014) A Dialogue Between Theories: Understanding Trauma in Helping Professionals. Intervention, 14.
  16. Campbell, A. “I Do, I Will” (2014) 47:2 UBC Law Review 368-398.
  17. Carnevale, F.A. (2014). Interdisciplinarity and nursing research: opportunities and challenges. Revista brasileira de enfermagem, 67(6), 881-885.
  18. Carnevale, F.A., de Moura Bubadué, R, Simões da Fonseca, E., Espírito Santo, A., & Evangelista Cabral, I. (2014). Análise Normativa Dos Padrões Éticos Para Crianças No Brasil (A normative analysis of ethical standards for children in Brazil). Revista da SORBI (Official journal of the Brazilian Sociedade Rio-Grandense de Bioética: SORBI), 2(1), 35-55.
  19. Carnevale, F.A., Farrell, C., Cremer, R., Séguret, S., Canouï, P., Leclerc, F., Lacroix, J., & Hubert, P. (2014). Communication in pediatric critical care: A proposal for an evidence-informed framework. Journal of Child Health Care. 2014 Jul 18. pii: 1367493514540817. [Epub ahead of print]. 
  20. Coleman, K., & Macintosh, H. B. (2015). Art and Evidence: Balancing the Discussion on Arts-and Evidence-Based Practices with Traumatized Children. Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma, 8(1), 21-31.
  21. Coleman, K., MacIntosh, H. B. (2015).  Examining the evidence:  Art as an evidence based treatment for traumatized children.  Journal of Child and Adolescent Trauma, 28, (7), 1-11.
  22.  Collin-Vézina, D., Fast, E., Hélie, S., Cyr, M., Pelletier, S. & Fallon, B. (2014). Young Offender Sexual Abuse Cases Under Protection: Are Sibling Cases Any Different? Child Wefare 93 (4), 91-111.
  23. Collin-Vézina, D., De la Sablonnière, M., Palmer, A., & Milne, L. (2015). Alleviating the burden on the victim: Individual, relational, and social factors that impede disclosure of childhood sexual abuse. Child Abuse & Neglect. Advance online publication DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/jchiabu.2015.03.004 
  24. Collin-Vézina, D. & Milne, L. (2014). Adolescents en centre de réadaptation: Évaluation du trauma. Criminologie, 47, 213-245.
  25. Denov, M. (2015) Children born of wartime rape: The intergenerational complexities of sexual violence and abuse.  Ethics, Medicine and Public Health, 11: 61-68.
  26. Denov, M., & Blanchet-Cohen, N.  (2014) The Rights and Realities of War-affected Refugee Children and Youth in Quebec: Making Children’s Rights Meaningful.  Canadian Journal of Children’s Rights, 1, 1: 18-43.
  27. Denov, M., & Bryan, C.  (2014)  “Social Navigation and Resettlement: Separated Children in the Context of Canada”.  Refuge: Canada’s Periodical on Refugees, 30, 1: 25-34.
  28. Denov, M., & Marchand, I.  (2014) “I Can’t Go Home”: Forced Migration and Displacement Following Demobilization: The Complexity of Reintegration for Former Child Soldiers in Colombia.  Intervention: The International Journal of Mental Health, Psychosocial Work and Counselling in Areas of Armed Conflict, 12, 3: 1-14.
  29. Dion, J., Cantinotti, M., Ross, A., & Collin-Vézina, D. (2015). Sexual abuse, residential schooling and probable pathological gambling among Indigenous Peoples. Child Abuse & Neglect. 
  30. Ellenbogen, S., Klein, B., & Wekerle, C. (2014). Early childhood education as a resilience intervention for maltreated children. Early Child Development & Care, 184(9/10), 1364-1377. doi: 10.1080/03004430.2014.916076 Open source document: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03004430.2014.916076#.U_Tzs0g...
  31. Esposito, T., Trocmé, N., Chabot, M., Collin-Vézina, D., Shlonsky, A., & Sinha, V. (2014). Family reunification for placed children in Québec, Canada: A longitudinal study. Children and Youth Services Review, 44, 278-897.
  32. Esposito, T., Trocmé, N., Chabot, M., Collin-Vézina, D., Shlonsky, A., & Sinha, V. (2014). The stability of child protection placements in Quebec, Canada. Children and Youth Services Review, 42, 10-19.
  33. Fallon, B., Black, T., Tarshis, S., & Baird, S. (2014). Child welfare investigations involving exposure to intimate partner violence: Case and worker characteristics. International Journal of Child and Adolescent Resilience, 2(1), 71-76.
  34. Fast, E., Trocmé, N., Fallon, B., & Ma, J. (2014).  A Troubled Group?  Adolescents in a Canadian Child Welfare Sample. Children and Youth Services Review, 46, 47-54.
  35. Fletcher, K. (2014). Couple therapy treatments for substance use disorders: A systematic review. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 13(4), 25 pages.
  36. Fletcher, K., Nutton, J., & Brend, D. (2014). Attachment, A Matter of Substance: The Potential of Attachment Theory in the Treatment of Addictions. Clinical Social Work Journal, 1-9. doi: 10.1007/s10615-014-0502-5
  37. Fraser, S., Denov, M., Rousseau, C., Daxhelet, M-L.  (2015) From seeking truths to seeking stories: The contribution of social sciences in the exploration of the reality of former child soldiers.  International Journal of Migration and Border Studies, 1, 3: 303-320.
  38. Froggett, L., Ramvi, E. & Davies, L.  (2014)  "Thinking from experience in psycyhcosocial practice: reclaiming and teaching ‘use of self’"  Journal of Social Work Practice
  39. Grenier, A., Weldrick, R., Sussman, T., Rothwell, D. W., & Bourgeious-Guerin, V. (2014). Systematic Literature Search: Homelessness among Older People. Hamilton, ON: Gilbrea Center for Studies in Aging, McMaster University.
  40. Henry, M., Ho, A., Lambert, S.D., Carnevale, F.A., Greenfield, B., MacDonald, C., Mlynarek, A., Zeitouni, A., Rosberger, Z., Hier, M., Black, M., Kost, K., & Frenkiel, S. (2014). Looking beyond disfigurement: The experience of patients with head and neck cancer. Journal of Palliative Care, 30(1), 5-15.
  41. Ives, N., Hanley, J., Walsh C., & Este, D. (2014). Transnational elements of newcomer women’s housing insecurity: Remittances and social networks. Transnational Social Review, 4, 2-3, 152-167. 
  42. Jud, A., & Gartenhauser, R. (2014). The impact of socio-economic status and caregiver cooperation on school professionals' reports to child protection services in Switzerland. Eur J Soc Work. doi: 10.1080/13691457.2014.933093
  43. Lach, L., Bogossian, A., Bailey, S., Kohen, D., & Rosebaum, P. (2014). Building a model to address the role of parenting in the lives of children with neurdevelopmental disorders (NDD): does overprotectiveness matter? [Abstract]. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology,56(Supplement 5), 48.
  44. Lee, B., Rha, W., & Fallon, B. (2014). Physical Abuse among Asian Families in the Canadian Child Welfare System. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, & Trauma, 23(5), 532-551. doi:  10.1080/10926771.2014.904462
  45. Macdonald M.E., Kennedy K., Molls S., Pineda C., Mitchell L., Stephenson P., Cadell S. (online first, September 2014) Excluding Parental Grief: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Bereavement Accommodation in Canadian Labour Standards. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation.
  46. Macdonald M.E., Williamson, Bathory L., Shenker H., Weiler H., Berry M., Sharma A.,  Rodd C. (2014) Understanding healthy pregnancies: Perspective of the Inuit midwives from Northern Quebec. Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine. 2014,19(4):128-33
  47. MacIntosh, H. B. (2014). Titration of technique: Clinical exploration of the integration of trauma model and Relational Psychoanalytic approaches to the treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder. Psychoanalytic Psychology. 
  48. MacIntosh, H.B., & Butters, M. (2014). Measuring outcomes in couple therapy research: A systematic review and critical discussion. Journal of Couple and Relationship Therapy. 13, 44-62
  49. MacLaurin, B., Trocmé, N. Fallon, B., Sinha, V., Enns, R., Feehan, R., Yoo, H., & DeMone, M. (2014). The Alberta incidence study of reported child abuse and neglect: Select findings. Journal for Services to Children and Families, 7, 31-41.
  50. Marion, É. (2014). Évolution de la protection de la jeunesse : Interprétation d’une technologie de gouvernementalité, la judiciarisation, Revue Intervention, 140 (1), 19-27.
  51. Merry, L., Low, A., Carnevale, F.A., & Gagnon, A.J. (2014). Participation of childbearing international migrant women in research The ethical balance. Nursing Ethics, 0969733014557134. [Epub ahead of print].
  52. Milne, L. & Collin-Vézina, D. (2015). Assessment of children and youth in child protective services out-of-home care: An overview of trauma measures. Psychology of Violence, 5, 122-132.
  53. Milne, L. & Collin-Vézina, D. (2014). Disclosure of sexual abuse among youth in residential treatment care: A multiple informant comparison. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 23, 398-417.
  54. Naidu, A., Macdonald, M.E, Carnevale, F, Thivierge, C., & Vignola, S. (2014) Exploring oral health and hygiene practices in the Algonquin community of Rapid Lake, Quebec. Rural and Remote Health, 2014, 14, article #2975.
  55. Nikolova, K., Fallon, B., Black, T., & Allan, K. (2014). Responding to IPV: Coordinating law enforcement and child welfare policies and practices. International Journal of Child and Adolescent Resilience, 2(1), 16-28.
  56. Pillhofer, M., Spangler, G., Bovenschen, I., Kuenster, A.K., Gabler, S., Fallon, B., Ziegenhain, U. (2014). Pilot study of a program delivered within the regular service system in Germany: Effect of a short-term attachment-based intervention on maternal sensitivity in mothers at risk for child abuse and neglect. Child Abuse and Neglect, doi: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2014.07.007.
  57. Pullen Sansfaçon, A., Robichaud, M-J & Dumais-Michaud, A.A. (2015) The Experience of Parents Who Support Their Children's Gender Variance, Journal of LGBT Youth, 12 (1)
  58. Read S., Carrier, M-E., Boucher, M-E., Whitley, R., Bond, S. & Zelkowitz, P. (2014). Psychosocial services for couples in infertility treatment: What do couples really want? Patient Education and Counseling (94), 390-395.
  59. Ritzema, A. M., Sladeczek, I. E., Ghosh, S., Karagiannakis, A., & Manay-Quian, N. (2014). Improving outcomes for children with developmental disabilities through the enhancement of communication and collaboration between school psychologists and physicians. Canadian Journal of School Psychology, 29, 317-337. doi: 10.1177/0829573514536529
  60. Ronen, G.M., Streiner, D.L., Boyle, M.H., Cunningham, C.E., Lach, L.M., Verhey, L.H., Fayed, N., Chen, K., & Rosenbaum, P.L. (2014). Outcome trajectories in children with epilepsy: Hypotheses and methodology of a Canadian longitudinal observational study. Pediatric Neurology, 50(1), 38-48.
  61. Rothwell, D. W. & de Boer, K. (2014). Operationalizing hardship in child maltreatment research in Canada: A literature review. Child Indicators Research. 7(2), 301-320. Doi: 10.1007/s12187-013-9222-6.
  62. Rothwell, D., Lach, L.M., Blumenthal, A., & Akesson, B. (2015). Patterns and trends of Canadian social work dissertations. Teaching in Social Work, 35(1-2), 46-64.
  63. Rothwell, D. W., & Nam, Y. (2014, May 5). New Findings on Asset Poverty in Canada and Developments on Asset Poverty Measurement. Invited blog post, New America Foundation: The Ladder.
  64. Ruiz-Casares, M. (2014). Children’s Rights: Building From a Sense of Fairness. An Interview with Landon Pearson. Canadian Journal of Children’s Rights, 1(1), 6-17.
  65. Ruiz-Casares, M. (2014). Global Mental Health: Advancing Culturally Responsive Mental Health Research. Transcultural Psychiatry, 1-16.
  66. Ruiz-Casares, M. (2014). Tailor Informed Consent Processes. Nature, 513, 304.
  67. Ruiz-Casares, M., Kolyn, L., Sullivan, R., & Rousseau, C. (2015). Parenting Adolescents from Ethno-Cultural Backgrounds: A National Scan of Community-Based Programs. Child and Youth Services Review.
  68. Ruiz-Casares, M. & Thompson, J. (2014). Obtaining Meaningful Informed Consent: Preliminary Results of a Study to Develop Visual Informed Consent (VIC) Forms With Children. Children’s Geographies, 1-11. DOI: 10.1080/14733285.2014.971713
  69. Rul, B. & Carnevale, F.A. (2014). Recherche en soins palliatifs: intérêt des méthodes qualitatives. Médecine Palliative: Soins de Support-Accompagnement-Éthique, 13 (5), 241-248.
  70. Santos, R.P., Neves, E.T., Severo, V.R.G., & Carnevale, F.A. (2014). Educação em Saúde com familiares cuidadores de crianças com necessidades especiais de saúde: aproximações Canadá-Brasil (Health education with families of children with special health care needs: Canadian-Brazilian approaches). Biblioteca Las Casas , 10, 1-15.
  71. Sinha, V. & Blumenthal, A. (2014). From the House of Commons resolution to Pictou Landing Band Council and Maurina Beadle v. Canada:  An update on the implementation of Jordan’s Principle. First People’s Review, 9(1): 80-91.
  72. Sinha, V. & Wong, S. (2015). Ensuring First Nations children’s access to equitable services through Jordan’s Principle: The time to act is now. Paediatrics & Child Health, 20(2).
  73. Smith, M.L., Olds, J., Snyder, T., Elliott, I., Lach, L.M., & Whiting, S. (2014). A follow up study of cognitive function in young adults who had resective epilepsy surgery in childhood. Epilepsy & Behavior, 32, 79-83.
  74. Sussman, T., Bailey, S. N., Byford Richardson, K., & Granner, F. (2014). How field instructors judge BSW student readiness for practice. Journal of Social Work Education, 50(1), 84-100.
  75. Trocmé, N., Kyte, A., Sinha, V., & Fallon, B. (2014). Urgent protection versus chronic need: clarifying the dual mandate of child welfare services across Canada. Social Sciences, 3(3), 483-498.
  76. Wakani L., Macdonald M.E., Carnevale F.A., Bernier I., & Wawatie J. (2014) Diabetes Bingo! Using participatory research to tackle diabetes with the Algonquin of Barriere Lake. Pimatisiwin, A Journal of Indigenous and Aboriginal Community Health, 2014,11(3):361-376.
  77. Wright D., Brajtman S., & Macdonald M.E. (2014) A relational ethical approach to end-of-life delirium. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 2014,48(2):191-198.
  78.  Zelkowitz, P.,King, L.,Whitley, R., Tulandi, T.,Ells, C., Feeley,N., Gold, I., Rosberger,Z., Chan,P., Bond, S., Mahutte,N.,Ouhilal, S. & Holzer, H. (2014). A Comparison of Immigrant and Canadian-Born Patients Seeking Fertility Treatment. Journal of  Immigrant Minority Health,16 (3), 329-563.

Books

  1. Derocher, L. (2015) Intervenir auprès de sectes religieuses en protection de la jeunesse – Un défi, Québec, Presses de l’Université du Québec.
  2. Ives, N., Denov, M., Sussman, T.  (2015) Introduction to Social Work in Canada: Histories, Contexts, and Practices.  Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Book Chapters

  1. Akesson, B. (2014). Arrested in place: Palestinian children at the border (pp. 81-98). In S. Spyrou & M. Christou (Eds.) Children and borders. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan
  2. Bogossian, A., Lach, L., Nicholas, D., & McNeill, T.  (accepted). Fathers of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities: Where are they and why does it matter? In A. Fudge-Schorman and K. Stoddard (Eds.), Social Work, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in Canada. Waterloo Canada: Wilfred Laurier Press.
  3. Campbell, A., “Plus ça change…? Bountiful’s Diverse and Durable Marriage Practices” in Lori Beaman & Gillian Calder, eds., Polygamy's Rights and Wrongs: Perspectives on Harm, Family and Law (Vancouver, UBC Press, 2014) 21-45.
  4. Campbell, A., “Religious Claims as Public Reason? Polygamy as a Case Study” in René Provost, ed., Mapping the Legal Boundaries of Belonging: Religion and Multiculturalism from Israel to Canada (New York: Oxford University Press, 2015) 192-224.
  5. Campbell, A., “Representations of Women in Polygamy in Reference re: Section 293 of the Criminal Code of Canada” in M.-P. Robert, D. Koussens & S. Bernatchez, eds., Of Crime and Religion: Polygamy in Canadian Law (Sherbrooke: RDUS, 2014) 115-130. Translated and republished as: Campbell, A., “Les Représentations des femmes polygames dans le Renvoi relative à l’article 293 du Code criminel du Canada” (2014) 7:2 Droit et Religions 513-524.
  6. Carnevale, F.A. (2014). Une perspective éthique sur le soutien aux familles d'enfants atteints de conditions chroniques complexes. In: M. Champagne, S. Mongeau, & L. Lussier, Le soutien aux familles d’enfants gravement malades: regards sur des pratiques novatrices. Montréal: Presses de l’Université du Québec, 197-212.
  7. Carnevale, F.A. & Dagenais, M. (2014). Nursing Care in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. In D.S. Wheeler, H.R. Wong, & T.P. Shanley (eds.), Pediatric Critical Care Medicine: Volume 1: Care of the Critically Ill or Injured Child (2nd ed.). London: Springer-Verlag. 41-46.
  8. Ellenbogen, S., Calame, R., Parker, K., Finne, J., & Trocmé, N. (2014). Treating youth aggression and related problems in a social services agency. In M. F. Taylor, J. A. Pooley & J. Merrick (Eds.) Adolescence: Places and Spaces. New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., pp. 161-174.
  9. Esposito. T., Trocmé, N., Chabot, M., Duret, A., & Gaumond, C. (2015). Gestion fondée sur les indicateurs de suivi clinique en protection jeunesse? Jeunesse en tête: au-delà des risques, les besoins de développement des enfants, Presses de l'Université du Québec.
  10. Fallon, B., Trocmé, N. & Van Wert, M. (2014) Child Maltreatment: Neglect. In A. Michalos (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research, Springer Publishers pp. 707-709.  ISBN: 978-94-007-0752-8 (Print) 978-94-007-0753-5 (Online)
  11. Fast, E., Trocmé, N., & Ives, N. (2014). The Inuit of Nunavik: Urbanization as a Product of Colonialism. In Herman J. Michell and Cathy Wheaton (eds.), KITASKINO: Key issues, challenges and visions for Northern Aboriginal communities in Canada. Vernon, BC: J. Charlton.
  12. Glidden, G., MacCulloch, R., Lach, L., & Birnbaum, R. (accepted). Services and supports for parents of children and youth with neurodisabilities: Social Workers navigating policy, programs and service delivery tensions. In A. Fudge-Schorman and K. Stoddard (Eds.), Social Work, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in Canada. Waterloo Canada: Wilfred Laurier Press.
  13. Jones, L. M., & Jud, A. (2015). Definitions, variables and coding. In A. Jud, L. M. Jones & C. Mikton (Eds.), Toolkit on mapping legal, health and social services responses to child maltreatment (pp. 38-47). Geneva: World Health Organization.
  14. Jud, A. (2014). Einblick in die Praxis: Herausforderungen und Ansprüche an die Dokumentation von Leistungen in der Kinder- und Jugendhilfe [Challenges and standards in the documentation of child welfare services]. In A. Jud, J. M. Fegert & M. Schlup (Eds.), Kinder- und Jugendhilfe im Trend - Veränderungen im Umfeld der Kinder- und Jugendhilfe am Beispiel der Stadt Zürich (‚pp. 133-140). Luzern: interact.
  15.  Jud, A. (2015a). Sexueller Kindesmissbrauch - Begriffe, Definitionen und Häufigkeiten [Child sexual abuse - terms, definitions and prevalence]. In J. M. Fegert, U. Hoffmann, E. König, J. Niehues & H. Liebhardt (Eds.), Sexueller Missbrauch von Kindern und Jugendlichen (pp. 41-50). Berlin: Springer.
  16. Jud, A. (2015b). Standards in der Dokumentation bei sexuellem Kindesmissbrauch [Standards in the documentation of child sexual abuse]. In J. M. Fegert, U. Hoffmann, E. König, J. Niehues & H. Liebhardt (Eds.), Sexueller Missbrauch von Kindern und Jugendlichen (pp. 245-248). Berlin: Springer.
  17. Jud, A. (2015c). Statistical Modelling. In A. Jud, L. M. Jones & C. Mikton (Eds.), Toolkit on mapping legal, health and social services responses to child maltreatment. Geneva: World Health Organization.
  18. Jud, A., AlBuhairan, F., Ntinapogias, A., & Nikolaidis, G. (2015). Obtaining agency participation. In A. Jud, L. Jones & C. Mikton (Eds.), Toolkit on mapping legal, health and social services responses to child maltreatment (pp. 55-62). Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization.
  19. Jud, A., & Fegert, J. M. (2014). Herausforderungen für die lokale Jugend- und Familienpolitik [Challenges in child and family policy]. In A. Jud, J. M. Fegert & M. Schlup (Eds.), Kinder- und Jugendhilfe im Trend - Veränderungen im Umfeld der Kinder- und Jugendhilfe am Beispiel der Stadt Zürich (pp. 129-132). Luzern: interact.
  20. Jud, A., & Fegert, J. M. (2015). Kinderschutz und Vernetzung im Bereich Prävention von und Intervention bei sexuellem Kindesmissbrauch [Services networks in protection sexually abused children]. In J. M. Fegert, U. Hoffmann, E. König, J. Niehues & H. Liebhardt (Eds.), Sexueller Missbrauch von Kindern und Jugendlichen (pp. 63-73). Berlin: Springer.
  21. Jud, A., Fegert, J. M., & Schlup, M. (Hrsg.). (2014). Kinder- und Jugendhilfe im Trend – Veränderungen im Umfeld der Kinder- und Jugendhilfe am Beispiel der Stadt Zürich [Trends in child welfare – the example of the city of Zurich]. Luzern: interact.
  22. Jud, A., Finkelhor, D., Jones, L. M., & Mikton, C. (2015). Introduction. In A. Jud, L. M. Jones & C. Mikton (Eds.), Toolkit on mapping legal, health and social services responses to child maltreatment (pp. 1-3). Geneva: World Health Organization.
  23. Jud, A., & Gartenhauser, R. (2014). Literatur-Review zur Wirksamkeit eingesetzter Methoden in der Kinder- und Jugendhilfe [Review on the efficacy of services in child welfare]. In A. Jud, J. M. Fegert & M. Schlup (Eds.), Kinder- und Jugendhilfe im Trend - Veränderungen im Umfeld der Kinder- und Jugendhilfe am Beispiel der Stadt Zürich (pp. 109-120). Luzern: interact.
  24. Jud, A., Jones, L. M., & Mikton, C. (Eds.) (2015). Toolkit on mapping legal, health and social services response to child maltreatment. Geneva: World Health Organization.
  25. Jud, A., & Sedlak, A. J. (2015). Agency sampling. In A. Jud, L. M. Jones & C. Mikton (Eds.), Toolkit on mapping legal, health and social services responses to child maltreatment (pp. 20-26). Geneva: World Health Organization.
  26. Krüger, P., & Jud, A. (2015). Overview of previous agency surveys and national administrative data sets. In A. Jud, L. Jones & C. Mikton (Eds.), Toolkit on mapping legal, health and social services responses to child maltreatment (pp. 4-9). Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization.
  27. Lach, L., Rosenbaum, P., Bailey, S., Bogossian, A., & MacCulloch, R. (2014) Parenting a child with cerebral palsy : Family and social issues. In Mayston, D., Paneth, M., Rosenbloom, N. (Eds.), Cerebral Palsy : Science and Clinical Practice. London, UK. :Mac Keith Press
  28. Trocmé, N., Milne, L., Esposito, T., Laurendeau, C., & Gervais, M.-J. (2014). Supporting evidence based management in child welfare: A Canadian university-agency collaboration. In A. Shlonsky & R. Benbenishty (Eds.) From Evidence to Outcomes in Child Welfare: An International Reader. Oxford University Press, 171-188.
  29. Ziegenhain, U., Weber, J., Pillhofer, M., Künster, A. K., Jud, A., & Fegert, J. M. (2014a). Entwicklungen an der Schnittstelle der Kinder- und Jugendhilfe zu anderen Bereichen des sozialen Sicherungssystems und des Gesundheitssystems [Trends in the intersection of child welfare services and (mental) health services]. In A. Jud, J. M. Fegert & M. Schlup (Eds.), Kinder- und Jugendhilfe im Trend - Veränderungen im Umfeld der Kinder- und Jugendhilfe am Beispiel der Stadt Zürich (pp. 59-66). Luzern: interact.
  30. Ziegenhain, U., Weber, J., Pillhofer, M., Künster, A. K., Jud, A., & Fegert, J. M. (2014b). Soziale und kulturelle Veränderungen der Rahmenbedingungen des Aufwachsens von Kindern [Social and cultural trends in the context of developing children]. In A. Jud, J. M. Fegert & M. Schlup (Eds.), Kinder- und Jugendhilfe im Trend - Veränderungen im Umfeld der Kinder- und Jugendhilfe am Beispiel der Stadt Zürich (pp. 43-58). Luzern: interact.

Reports & Other Publications

  1. Blumenthal, A., & Sinha, V. (2014). Newfoundland and Labrador’s child welfare system. CWRP Information Sheet #130E. Montreal, QC: Centre for Research on Children and Families.
  2. Boatswain-Kyte, A., Chabot, M, Esposito, T., Marion, E & Trocmé, N. (2015). La récurrence chez les jeunes ayant reçu des services du Centre jeunesse de l’Outaouais.
  3. Boatswain-Kyte, A. & Wegner-Lohin, J. (2014). Alberta’s child welfare system. CWRP Information Sheet #137E. Montreal, QC: Centre for Research on Children and Families.
  4. Bogossian, A., MacCulloch, R., & Fallon, B. (2014). Maltreatment-Related Investigations involving Children and Youth with Disabilities in Canada in 2008. CWRP Information Sheet #133E. Montreal, QC: McGill University, Centre for Research on Children and Families.
  5. Campbell, A., “Condom Case Reaffirms the Ability to Make Meaningful Choices” Globe and Mail (7 March 2014).
  6. Campbell, A., “For Sex Workers, the Nordic Model Still Falls Short” Globe and Mail (20 May 2014).
  7. Campbell, A., “Routine School Discipline Should Not Include Strip Searches” Globe and Mail (19 February 2015).
  8. Campbell, A., “We Condemn Attacks on Women at Work, unless it’s Sex Work” Globe and Mail (11 November 2014).
  9. Canavera, M., Akesson, B., & Landis, D. (2014, August). Social service workforce analysis and strengthening in the West and Central Africa region. New York, NY: Columbia Group for Children in Adversity.
  10. Collin-Vézina, D., Dion, J., & Hébert, M. (2014). Évaluation du modèle d’organisation de services des Centres désignés pour victimes d’agression sexuelle. Québec, QC: Quebec Ministry of Health and Social Services
  11. Collin-Vézina, D., McNamee, S., Brunet, M., & Rouleau, S. (2014). Difficultés en santé mentale et séquelles traumatiques des enfants en famille : Développement de meilleures pratiques aux Centres jeunesse de Lanaudière. Montreal, QC : Publications du Réseau Universitaire Intégrée Jeunesse.
  12. Collin-Vézina, D., Roy, C., Trocmé, N., Chamberland, C., Clément, M.È., Goyette, M., Dufour, S., Esposito, T., Lacharité, C., Normandeau, S. et Poirier, M.A. (2014). Les Centres jeunesse du Québec et le projet de loi 10 : les enfants seront-ils gagnants?. Article de presse, Le Devoir, 9 octobre 2014.
  13. Currie, V. & Sinha, V. (2015). How is Jordan’s Principle related to the Tribunal? CWRP Information Sheet #150E. Montreal, QC: Centre for Research on Children and Families.
  14. Currie, V. & Sinha, V. (2015). What are Canada’s legal obligations to protect First Nations children? CWRP Information Sheet #149E. Montreal, QC: Centre for Research on Children and Families.
  15. Currie, V. & Sinha, V. (2015). What are the Canadian Human Rights Commission’s main arguments before the Tribunal? CWRP Information Sheet #154E. Montreal, QC: Centre for Research on Children and Families.
  16. Currie, V. & Sinha, V. (2015). What is the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal on First Nations Child Welfare?  CWRP Information Sheet #146E. Montreal, QC: Centre for Research on Children and Families.
  17. Currie, V. & Sinha, V. (2015). What are the Complainants’ main arguments before the Tribunal? CWRP Information Sheet #152E. Montreal, QC: Centre for Research on Children and Families.
  18. Currie, V. & Sinha, V. (2015). What are the federal government’s main arguments before the Tribunal? CWRP Information Sheet #153E. Montreal, QC: Centre for Research on Children and Families.
  19. Currie, V. & Sinha, V. (2015). What are the government’s current policies and programs in First Nations child welfare? CWRP Information Sheet #148E. Montreal, QC: Centre for Research on Children
  20. Currie, V. & Sinha, V. (2015). What are the main arguments before the Tribunal? Summary Sheet.
  21. Currie, V. & Sinha, V. (2015). What is the history of the government’s provision of child welfare services to First Nations? CWRP Information Sheet #147E. Montreal, QC: Centre for Research on Children and Families.
  22. Currie, V. & Sinha, V. (2015). What remedies have been suggested to the Tribunal and what are the arguments against them? CWRP Information Sheet #155E. Montreal, QC: Centre for Research on Children and Families.
  23. Esposito, T., Coughlin, L., Chabot, M., Gaumont, C., Trocmé, N & Wegner-Lohin, J. (2014). Bilan des données scolaires, données Québécoise. Association des centres jeunesse du Québec.
  24. Esposito, T., Trocmé, N., Coughlin, L., Chabot, M & Gobeil, R. (2014). Rapport synthèse  - Les trajectoires de placement des enafants en protection de la jeunesse au Québec. Association des centres jeunesse du Québec.
  25. Esposito, T., Wegner-Lohin, J., Coughlin, L. & Trocmé, N. (2015). Tracking recurrence rates at Batshaw Youth and Family Centres and across Québec. In-the-Know, Vol 3(2).
  26. Fast, E., Simpson, M. & Trocmé, N. (2014). Saskatchewan’s child welfare system: CWRP Information Sheet #128E. (2014). Montreal, QC: McGill University, Centre for Research on Children and Families.
  27. Ives, N., Hanley, J., Walsh, C., Este, D., Ben-Soltane, S., & Pearce, E. (2014). Exploring Collaboration Processes Across Sectors: Bridging Services for Newcomer Women with Experiences Across the Homelessness Spectrum, Final Report for study funded by the Homelessness Partnering Secretariat, Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.
  28. Kozlowski, A., Lwin, K., & Fallon, B., (2014). A profile of emotional maltreatment in Canada in 2008. Canadian Child Welfare Research Portal: Toronto, ON.
  29. Kozlowski, A., Milne, L. & Sinha, V. (2014). British Columbia’s child welfare system. CWRP Information Sheet #139E. Montreal, QC: Centre for Research on Children and Families.
  30. Milne, L. (2014). Sexual abuse among youth in residential care: A multiple source comparison. In-the-Know, 3(2), 3-4.
  31. Milne, L., Kozlowski, A. & Sinha, V. (2014). Manitoba’s Child Welfare System. CWRP Information Sheet #126E. Montreal, QC: McGill University, Centre for Research on Children and Families.
  32. Nutton, J., Fast, E. & Sinha, V. (2014). Nova Scotia’s child welfare system. CWRP Information Sheet #124E. Montreal, QC: Centre for Research on Children and Families.
  33. Rothwell, D. W., & Nam, Y. (2014, May 5). New Findings on Asset Poverty in Canada and Developments on Asset Poverty Measurement. Invited blog post, New America Foundation: The Ladder.
  34. Ruiz-Casares, M., & Radic, I. (2015). Legal Age for Leaving Children Unsupervised Across Canada. CWRP Information Sheet #144E. Montreal, QC: Montreal, QC: McGill University, Centre for Research on Children and Families.
  35. Ruiz-Casares, M. (2014). Young People’s Views on Mental Health and Access to Healthcare: Reflections on Shaking the Movers VI and Articles 23 and 24 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child : Standing Up for Children’s Mental Health. In CRAN 5th Annual Meeting [Report]. Ottawa, ON: Landon Pearson Resource Centre for the Study of Childhood and Children’s Rights.
  36. Simpson, M., Fast, E., Wegner-Lohin, J & Trocmé, N. (2014). Québec’s child welfare system: CWRP Information Sheet #126E. (2014). Montreal, QC: McGill University, Centre for Research on Children and Families.
  37. Sinha, V. (2015). Without denial, delay, or disruption: Ensuring First Nations children’s access to equitable services through Jordan’s Principle. Canadian Child Welfare Research Information Sheet #143E. Montreal, QC: Centre for Research on Children and Families.
  38. Trocmé, N., Collin-Vézina, D., Chamberland, C., Clément, M.È., Dufour, S., Esposito, T., Goyette, M., Lacharité, C., Sylvie, N. et Poirier, M.A. (2014). Letter : Bill 10 will hurt youth protection services. The Gazette.. Article de presse.
  39. Trocmé, N., Collin-Vézina, D., Roy, C., Chamberland, C., Desbiens, N., Dufour, S., Esposito, T., Goyette, M., Lacharité, C., Milot, T., Pauzé, R. & Poirier, M-A. Projet de loi 10 et services de protection de la jeunesse : des impacts à considérer. S.l., 2014, 6 p. (Mémoire déposé dans le cadre des consultations publiques sur le projet de loi 10).
  40. Trocmé, N., Esposito, T., Wegner-Lohin, J. & Miller, R. (February, 2014). Tracking court use at Batshaw Youth and Family Centres & across Québec. In-The-Know. Vol.3(2), 1-2.
  41. Wegner-Lohin, J. (2014). Direct instruction tutoring program shows improvements in academic achievement for children in out-of-home care. Research Watch - Canadian Child Welfare Research Portal.
  42. Wegner-Lohin, J., & Fallon, B. (2014). Maltreatment-Related Investigations Involving Children with Academic Difficulty in Canada in 2008: Age, Gender and Primary Category of Investigated Maltreatment. CWRP Information Sheet #132E. Montreal, QC: McGill University, Centre for Research on Children and Families.
  43. Wegner-Lohin, J., Boatswain-Kyte, A., & Trocmé, N. (2014). Ontario’s child welfare system. CWRP Information Sheet #138E. Montreal, QC: McGill University, Centre for Research on Children and Families.

  Student Training

The Centre provided research training to approximately 40 students through a variety of programs including external graduate scholarships (FQRSC & SSHRC), research assistantships, the Faculty of Arts Work Study program, thesis research support and statistical consultation.  In addition, the Centre hosted 5 training workshops:

TRAINING EVENTS

NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

Data Analysis Workshop Series on the CIS (three full day workshops)

12

Qualitative Interviewing and Data Analysis (two workshops totaling 9 hours)

7

Inferential Statistics (three 2 hour workshops)

9

Participatory Research Workshop (4 hours)

12

Methods Brownbag (monthly)

6

Child Welfare Journal Club (monthly)

16

Childhood Disability Journal Club (2 meetings)

4