Research Seminars

Second Wednesday of the month, 12:00 – 1:00
Wendy Patrick Room

(coffee served, bring your lunch)

The CRCF Research Seminars provide an opportunity for faculty, visiting scholars and graduate students to share and discuss their research. One presentation will be scheduled for each meeting. Presenters are encouraged to use the seminar to discuss preliminary results, data interpretation issues and methodological questions arising from their research.




October 11, 2017

Ingrid Waldron, Dalhousie University 

How Do Adults Living with Symptoms of Depression and Anxiety in Halifax Regional Municipality Get Well? A Pilot Study of Treatment Preferences and Experiences of People with Lived Experience 

November 1, 2017

Patti Ranahan, Concordia University

Uncovering the Meaning and Mattering of Youth Work in Mental Health Care Contexts Through Grounded Theory Methodology 

December 6, 2017

Ziba Vaghri, University of Victoria

GlobalChild: A rights-based approach to child health and development in Canada and beyond

January 17, 2018

Delphine Collin-Vézina & Sarah McNamee

Implementing trauma-informed practices in child protection settings: Reflections on challenges and opportunities 

February 14, 2018

Nancy Lucero, University of Denver 

Exploring qualitative interviewing and analysis techniques to yield deep and nuanced findings: Lessons from the Expressions of Culture in Tribal Child Welfare Work project 

February 22, 2018

Michelle Phoenix, McMaster University

The Journey to Child Health and Happiness: Parents’ Attendance, Participation and Engagement in Children’s Rehabilitation Services

April 25, 2018

Monica Batac

Understanding individual perceptions and shared approaches to knowledge mobilization: a Q-methodological study