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Leadership at the CFWW

Kerry Daly leads the Father Involvement research agenda and is Dean of the College of Social & Applied Human Sciences.

Donna Lero leads the Workpalce Policies and Family Supports research agenda and serves as the Jarislowsky Chair in Families & Work.

Belinda Leach leads the research agenda on Rural Work Life and is Associate Dean (Research) of the College of Social & Applied Human Sciences and holds a University Research Chair in Rural Gender Studies.

Karen Korabik leads the research agenda on gender and organizations.

Nita Chhinzer leads research on Strategic Human Resources Management.

M. Gloria González-Morales leads research on occupational health and performance in organizations.

 

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    International Year of the Family: Families with Special Needs Children

    This presentation will explore implications and interventions for families raising special needs children. Focusing on families with children who may have disabilities and/or chronic health conditions. Two specific research examples with special needs families will be shared, Fathers and Autistic Children, and Parents with Children with Brain Tumors. read more...

  • Wednesday, October 22

    Episodic Caregiver Support Initiative releases a new research report

    The Episodic Caregiver Support Initiative (ECSI) was launched in the fall of 2013 as a year-long project designed to explore the needs of family/friend caregivers of individuals with episodic disability in Ontario. Episodic disabilities are long-term conditions such as MS, arthritis, HIV/AIDS, and certain mental health conditions that are characterized by fluctuating periods of wellness and incapacity that affect employment and the need for care and assistance from family members/close friends and professionals. read more...

  • Monday, September 29

    International Year of the Family: Dr. Meghan McMurtry presenting on "Pain in Children"

    This talk will explore the science of ouchies - in particular, what happens when children and teenagers have important needle procedures such as immunizations and blood draws. Cutting edge research on the best way for caregivers to help children when they are afraid and in pain will be reviewed and some of the findings may surprise you! Family/clinician-friendly tips and resources will be provided. read more...

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