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Our Projects

Education COVID-19 Reopening

Project Name: Understanding the Emotional Impacts of COVID-19 on Teachers’, Administrators’, and Professional School Staff’s Health and Wellbeing.

 

Project Summary: The purpose of this study is to inquire into the complex experiences and emotional states of teachers, administrators, and professional school staff (TAPS) in relation to school re-opening and over the course of the 2020-2021 school year. Through the use of an online survey, and employing pictures as prompts, this study offers TAPS the opportunity to explore their emotional effects. Three (3) surveys are being conducted over the course of the year (August 2020, November 2020, March 2021).

Project Timeline: 2020 – 2021

Contact Information:
Dr. Jerome Cranston jerome.cranston@uregina.ca,
Dr. Nathalie Reid nathalie.reid@uregina.ca

Partners: Faculty of Education, University of Regina, CTRC

 

 

The Digital Connections Hub

Project Name: Managing the Impacts of COVID-19 on the Mental Health of Children, Families, and Workers in Vulnerable Contexts: Synthesizing and Mobilizing Knowledge for the Child Serving Organizations.

 

Project Summary: The Digital Connections Hub presents evidence-based child welfare research and resources related to COVID-19 and other potential health crises. It facilitates easy access to resources for children and youth, service providers, families and caregivers, governments, and the general public who share a concern for children in care and the wellbeing of children and youth in general.

Project Timeline: 2020

Resources:  DCH Report, Jan 2021

Contact Information:
Dr. Nathalie Reid nathalie.reid@uregina.ca,
Dr. Lise Milne lise.milne@uregina.ca

Funders: SHRF, CIHR, CTRC

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For information with regards to possible partnership, research collaboration, and/or sponsorship opportunities, please contact us:
Nathalie Reid, PhD
Director
Phone: 306-585-4543
CTRC, University of Regina
Phone: 306-585-4723