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Faculty of Education's COVID-Related Research


Published: 6Jul2021

Throughout the pandemic, there has been much discussion about COVID's health implications, vaccine efficacy, and evolving safety measures, but COVID's impact goes far beyond medical research. For more than a year, COVID has affected our daily lives in multiple facets and McGill's Faculty of Education has been at the forefront of researching COVID's societal impacts. The Office For the Faculty of Education Research: Initiatives, Networking, and Grants (OFFERING) has highlighted some of the vital COVID-related funded research projects being done by our academics:

  • Understanding the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Canadian mental health care system 
  • MI4 co-funding to the McGill Internal COVID-19 Rapid Response call for SSH (COVID-19)
  • Emotion Regulation and Healthcare Professionals: Creating Research-informed Solutions (COVID19)
  • The effect of COVID-19 on disclosures of child maltreatment (Internal SSHD)
  • Positive Youth Development and Youth Sports during the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Substance use disorder treatment transformations due to the COVID-19 pandemic: Impact on Indigenous patients and communities
  • COVID-19 Research-to-Practice: Enhancing Online Mental Health Resource Provision for Adolescents (COVID-19)
  • COVID-19: Leveraging Virtual Simulation Technology as a Distance Learning Tool to Support Medical and Nursing Students during COVID-19 
  • COVID-19 and Child Maltreatment: Perspectives of Child and Youth Advocacy Centers on the Easing of Preventative Measures and the Effect on the Disclosure Process
  • Examining the Effectiveness of a Family Support Group During COVID-19 
  • The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on substance use problems and services: Knowledge synthesis with Indigenous Nations and organizations
  • Building resilience and well-being in primary care during and after the Covid-19 pandemic: A multiple case study in continuing professional development

(Note this list is not exclusive.)


The Faculty of Education is exceptionally proud of the ongoing academic and student research that has been done throughout these challenging times. We look forward to sharing more research news and milestones throughout the year.

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