This project aims to better understand the population of children with medical complexity in the Maritimes.
This project examines characteristics of people living with and without OA in the Maritime Provinces, and trends in the health care use by Nova Scotians with and without OA.
This project is investigating the impacts of COVID-19 on mental health of Nova Scotians and examining trends in mental health service use before and during the pandemic.
This project is investigating how common gambling was amongst adults in PEI in 2019 and gambling trends over time including behaviours related to in-person and online gambling.
This project developed infographics to share the results of a survey of youth and young adults to better understanding vaping use in Nova Scotia.
This project is studying barriers and enablers to implementing collaborative practice teams in order to help new and existing teams to establish and strengthen their practice.
Transitions in Care comprises qualitative and quantitative studies aimed at better understanding the transition from pediatric to adult care in Nova Scotia.
Uniting to Connect Innovative Technology for Youth Mental Health and Addictions Services (UniCITY) mobilizes research into digital technologies and their role in youth mental health service delivery planning.