Congratulations to the 2019 IHDCYH Talks Video Competition winners!
IHDCYH is pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 IHDCYH Talks competition. These informative and engaging videos cover a range of topics in reproductive, child and youth health research in Canada. Each one delivers an evidence-based message designed to have a positive impact on the health of children, youth and families.
2019 Award Winners
HIV transmission through breastfeeding
Lena Serghides, University Health Network
This video was produced in Canada and is most applicable to people living with HIV in Canada and other high resource settings. Additional considerations may apply to those living in lower resource settings that could influence infant feeding choices. This is by no means a comprehensive summary of risk or infant feeding choices for people living with HIV. Always consult with your doctor, social worker, and/or HIV organization. Additional material and versions of the video.
The CHILD Cohort Study and a baby's microbiome
Kim Wright, AllerGen; The Allergy, Genes and Environment Network
Cough, cold and wheeze: How to help manage your child's bronchiolitis
Shannon Scott, University of Alberta
There may be a time and a place but is pregnancy one? Weeding out the myths from the facts to help make informed choices about cannabis use in pregnancy
Daniel Corsi, Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute
24-hour movement behaviours and impulsivity among children
Michelle Guerrero, Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario
Monitoring Activities of Teenagers to Comprehend their Habits (MATCH) study results
Mathieu Bélanger, Université de Sherbrooke
ADHD in a nutshell
Ana Francisco, McMaster University
Metaphors of youth living with anxiety: The monster and fighting to stay on the path
Roberta Woodgate, University of Manitoba
Yasmeen Mezil, McMaster University
Physical literacy across the lifespan
Ian Pike, University of British Columbia
When & How to call 911
Catharine Walsh, The Hospital for Sick Children (Toronto)
I can talk! Technology gives a voice to children and youth who cannot speak
Jael Bootsma, McMaster University
Pregnancy and depression: How exercise can help!
Margaret Davenport, University of Alberta
Go Green Travel Clean: Using child voices and drawings to encourage clean and active school travel modes among primary school children
Jason Gilliland, University of Western Ontario
Partnering For Pain: Partnering with patients and families to identify the Top 10 priorities for childhood chronic pain in Canada
Kathryn Birnie, The Hospital for Sick Children (Toronto)
Visit the IHDCYH Talks Video Competition YouTube Channel to watch all of the 2019 video submissions.
Stay tuned for the next IHDCYH Talks Video Competition to be launched in Summer 2020!
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