Congratulations to the 2014 IHDCYH Talks Video Competition winners!

These applicants are commended for successfully profiling research within IHDCYH's mandate to improve knowledge translation; demonstrating the value of reproductive, child and youth health research in Canada; and incorporating a message designed to have a positive impact on the health of children, youth and families.

2014 Award Winners

First Place

It doesn't have to hurt: The power of a parent's touch in reducing baby's pain during medical procedures
Marsha Campbell-Yeo, IWK Health Centre


Pain Squad: Development and testing of a multidimensional electronic pain diary for youths with cancer
Jennifer Stinson, The Hospital for Sick Children

Little Things Matter: The Impact of toxins on the developing brain
Bruce Lanphear, Simon Fraser University

Easy Separation
Lynn Miller, University of British Columbia

Special Mentions

Kids on the Move: The ASAP Jr Study
Christine Voss, University of British Columbia

A Sick Boy Named Nick: Determining the characteristics of women who report difficulty accessing healthcare for their infants
Alisa Fitisova, York University

It Doesn't Have to Hurt: Strategies for helping children with shots and needles
Christine Chambers, Dalhousie University

The Science of Motherhood
Phyllis Zelkowitz, Jewish General Hospital

Talking about Alternative Therapies for Cerebral Palsy
Judy Illes, University of British Columbia

Breastfeeding: Good for your baby and their gut bacteria!
Meghan Azad, University of Manitoba

Obesity in childhood: A better understanding of its consequences on cardiovascular health and the development of innovative strategies for treatment and prevention
Melanie Henderson, CHU-Ste-Justine

Patricia Conrod, CHU-Ste-Justine

Visit the IHDCYH Talks Video Competition YouTube Channel to watch all of the video submissions.

Stay tuned for the next IHDCYH Talks Video Competition to be launched in Spring/Summer 2015.

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