October HELP Reads now online!

The October edition of HELP Reads is now online. HELP’s Human Development Research Review - also known as HELP Reads - aims to expand awareness of topics in human development, particularly social epigenetics, social determinants of health, socio-emotional learning, Aboriginal children and youth, and family policy. HELP Reads connects health academics, advocates, and professionals with online and publicly available research, news, and information. This review focuses on listing articles relevant to human development research activities at HELP.

Highlights this month include Navigating structural violence with Indigenous families: the contested terrain of early childhood intervention and the childhood welfare system in Canada by Diana Elliott, AIDP Provincial Advisor and HELP Aboriginal Steering Committee member, with lead author Dr. Alison Gerlach, HELP Honorary Research Associate, and co-authors: Drs. Annette J Browne and Vandna Sinha, 2017, and The Ages and Stages questionnaire: latent factor structure and growth of latent mean scores over time, by HELP Postdoctoral Student Oliver Olvera Astivia,with HELP colleagues, Dr. Barry Forer and Dr. Martin Guhn.

Our Library pages provide a wealth of information related to HELP's research as well as key child development research. Visit our Library and Resources page to learn more.