Thank you for participating in HELP’s Fall Research Exposition 2012. The day was a great success and we are already planning next year’s event.
This post is intended to provide you with links to the keynote videos as well as access to some additional resources. Please do not hesitate to contact Anita Ng, HELP’s Events Coordinator, if you have any questions or requests for additional information.
Dr. Kimberly Schonert-Reichl
Dr. Martin Guhn
Dr. Ziba Vaghri
We have posted a selection of pictures from this event on HELP's Flickr Page. If you would like to receive a copy of a particular image for your own personal use, please send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
HELP Communication Materials
HELP's Fact Sheets, Research Briefs, and other communications materials are available for download from our Documents Library.
Posted:Nov. 7, 2012, 12:45 p.m.
Want to learn more about HELP's October 24 Fall Research Exposition keynotes? Visit the HELP YouTube channel to view presentation preview videos featuring Dr. Martin Guhn, Dr. Kimberly Schonert-Reichl and Dr. Ziba Vaghri.
The afternoon workshop session is completely full but there are still some seats available for the morning keynote sessions. To learn more and register, please visit HELP's Events page.
Posted:Oct. 10, 2012, 9:55 a.m.
Join us on Wednesday, October 24, 2012 for HELP's Fall Research Expo 2012!
Last year’s Research Exposition connected the dots across the first 10 years of HELP’s research. This year, we will focus on the future, highlighting emerging child development research at HELP. We will highlight:
- The Middle Years Development Instrument in British Columbia
- Child Development Trajectories: Looking Forward to the Future
- Monitoring Rights in Early Childhood
The full day event will comprise of a morning keynote session, hosted by Dr. Clyde Hertzman, which will explore the three research streams. It will continue with a number of afternoon workshops on HELP research topics, offering participants an opportunity to examine the research streams in more depth, exchange ideas and build skills.
Posted:Oct. 4, 2012, 10:21 a.m.
Debi Hewson, CEO of Odlum Brown, explains why she believes business leaders must marry their corporate values with their family values.
This is the second of five videos outlining why provincial business leaders have become concerned about work life conflict among parents with young children. This theme is central in Paul Kershaw's research concerning family policy and his New Deal for Families policy recommendations.
Visit Dr. Kershaw’s A New Deal for Canadian Families blog to learn more about his research, including Generation Squeeze and his family policy recommendations.
Posted:April 19, 2012, 11:12 a.m.
Warren Beach, CFO of Sierra Systems, is interviewed in the first of five videos outlining why provincial business leaders have become concerned about work life conflict among parents with young children. This theme is central in Paul Kershaw's research concerning family policy and his New Deal for Families policy recommendations.
Mr. Beach provided a third party perspective to Dr. Kershaw's research and analysis. His video interview explains why he got involved with Dr. Kershaw's research and how substantial the costs of absenteeism, turnover and employee health really are to businesses across the British Columbia.
In addition, Debi Hewson, CEO Odlum Brown, Yuri Fulmer, CEO FDC Capital, and Anita Huberman, CEO Surrey Board of Trade, are briefly interviewed. Watch for their videos regarding the effects of parental work life conflict on B.C. businesses to be posted soon.
Visit Dr. Kershaw’s A New Deal for Canadian Families blog to learn more about his research including Generation Squeeze and his family policy recommendations.
Posted:April 2, 2012, 4:03 p.m.