CQ Fellow, Dr. Naomi Thulien has received a knowledge synthesis grant from Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) for her project Pandemic-Proof: Synthesizing Real-World Knowledge of Promising Mental Health and Substance Use Practices for Young People Who Are Experiencing or Have Experienced Homelessness. Learn more about Dr. Thulien’s pandemic-related research here
CQ Fellows, Drs. Elizabeth Peter and Shan Mohammad have received support from the University of Toronto COVID-19 Action Fund for their research aimed to understand nurses’ experiences of moral distress during the COVID-19 pandemic. Check out their article in the U of T news here.
CQ Fellow, Dr. Blake Poland has been awarded funds by the School of Cities & Vice-Provost Research, UofT (Toronto COVID-19 Action Initiative) to engage in a research project titled Connected Communities in a time of Physical Distancing: Community-led responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic in the City of Toronto. Learn more about this work here.
Thank you to our CQ Fellows and to everyone engaged in pandemic-related research.