Reports and Articles
Birnbaum, R. (2020). Virtual parent-child contact post-separation: Hearing from multiple perspectives on the risks and rewards. Canadian Family Law Quarterly, 75-97.
Cameron, E. E., Joyce, K., Delaquis, C., Reynolds, K., Protudjer, J., & Roos, L. E. (2020). Maternal psychological distress & mental health service use during the COVID-19 pandemic. PsyArXiv.
Collin-Vezina, D., Brend, D., & Beeman, I. (2020, August 4). When it counts the most: Trauma-informed care and the COVID-19 global pandemic. Developmental Child Welfare.
Davenport, M., Meyer, S., Meah, V., Strynadka, M., & Khurana, R. (2020, June 19). Moms Are Not OK: COVID-19 and Maternal Mental Health. Frontiers in Global Women’s Health, 1, Article 1.
Hawryluck, L., Gold, W. L., Robinson, S., Pogorski, S., Galea, S., & Styra, R. (2004). SARS control and psychological effects of quarantine, Toronto, Canada. Emerging infectious diseases, 10(7), 1206–1212.
Holmes, E., O’Connor, R., Perry, V. H., Tracey, I., Wessely, S., Arseneault, L., Ballard, C., Christensen, H., Silver, R., Everall, I., Ford, T., John, A., Kabir, T., King, K., Madan, I., Michie, S., Przybylski, A., Shafran, R., Sweeney, A., . . . Bullmore, E. (2020). Multidisciplinary research priorities for the COVID-19 pandemic: A call for action for mental health science. The Lancet Psychiatry.
Hossain, M. M., Sultana, A., & Purohit, N. (2020). Mental health outcomes of quarantine and isolation for infection prevention: A systematic umbrella review of the global evidence. SSRN.
Mckay, D. & Asmundson, G. (2020). COVID-19 stress and substance use: Current issues and future preparations. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 74, Article 102274.
Oliver, C. (2020). Expanding role and reach: A community-centered child welfare response to COVID-19. SSRN.
Shrivastava, A., Lodha, P., De Sousa, A., & Singh, N. (2019). Economic Recession and Mental Health: An Analysis. In Javed A., Fountoulakis K. (Eds), Advances in Psychiatry, 679-695. Springer.
Taylor, S., Landry, C., Rachor, G., Paluszek, M., & Asmundson, G. (2020, October). Fear and avoidance of healthcare workers: An important, under-recognized form of stigmatization during the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 75, Article 102289.
Wang, C., Pan, R., Wan, X., Tan, Y., Xu, L., Ho, C. S., & Ho, R. C. (2020). Immediate psychological responses and associated factors during the initial stage of the 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) epidemic among the general population in China. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(5), 1729.
Widom, C. (2000). Posttraumatic stress disorder in abused and neglected children grown up. American Journal of Psychiatry, 156, 1223–1229.
Young, M.I. (2003). Pimatisiwin: Walking in a good way: A narrative inquiry into language as Identity (Dissertation/Thesis No. NQ88071). [Doctoral Dissertation, University of Alberta]. ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global.
Chanchlani, N., Buchanan, F., & Gill, P. (2020, June 24). Addressing the indirect effects of COVID-19 on the health of children and young people. Canadian Medical Association Journal.
Alberta Children’s Services. (2019). Annual report.
Alberta College of Social Workers. (2019, March). Standards of Practice.
Alliance for Child Protection and Humanitarian Action. (2020, March). Technical note: Protection of children during the coronavirus pandemic, Version 1.
Alliance for Child Protection and Humanitarian Action. (2020). Technical note: Protection of children during the COVID-19 pandemic – Children and alternative care – immediate response measures.
Alliance for Child Protection and Humanitarian Action. (2020, May 27). Technical note: Protection of children during the coronavirus pandemic, Version 2.
Alliance for Child Protection and Humanitarian Action. (2020). Social service workforce: Safety and wellbeing during the COVID-19 response.
Assembly of First Nations. (2020). Mental Wellness and COVID-19 Tips and Considerations.
Association of Alberta Sexual Assault Services. (n.d.). Child Sexual Abuse Disclosure: What do I do if a child tells me about being sexually abused?
Bowie, A., Ratnam, C., Collin- Vézina, D., Dupuis, J., Wolff, L., Christian, M., Doucet, M., Bach, A., Rothenburger, R., Russell, S. (2020, April). Guidance note: Maintaining connections for children and youth in the context of COVID-19. Child Welfare League of Canada.
Brownell, M., Nickel, N., Turnbull, N., Au, W., Ekuma, O., MacWilliam, L., McCulloch, S., Valdivia, J., Lee, J., Wall-Wieler, E., & Enns, J. (2020). The Overlap Between the Child Welfare and Youth Criminal Justice Systems: Documenting “Cross-Over Kids” in Manitoba. Manitoba Centre for Health Policy.
Bruer, K., Evans, A., Price, H., & Williams, S. (2020, July). COVID-19 & Child Maltreatment Workers: Key findings From a National Survey. Canadian Child Interviewing Research Team.
Bruneau, J., Rehm, J., Wild, T.C., Wood, E., Sako, A., Swansburg, J., & Lam, A. (2020, May 15). Telemedicine support for addiction services: National rapid guidance document. Canadian Research Initiative in Substance Misuse.
Canadian Association of Social Workers. (2018). Understanding social work and child welfare: Canadian survey and interviews with child welfare experts.
Canadian Child Welfare Research Portal. (2014). Saskatchewan’s Child Welfare System.
Canadian Red Cross. (n.d.) Psychological first aid: Pocket guide.
CARE International & International Rescue Committee. (2020). Global rapid gender analysis for COVID-19.
Center for Adolescent Studies. (n.d.). 4 Foundations to Help Trauma Impacted Youth Not Just Survive, but Thrive (Webinar Worksheet).
Centre for Adolescent Studies. (n.d.). 4 tips to practice trauma-informed care with youth.
Centre for Adolescent Studies. (n.d.). 8 Principles for Teaching Mindfulness to Teens.
Centre for Global Development. (2020). Planning for school reopening and recovery after COVID-19: An evidence kit for policy makers.
Child Welfare League of Canada. (2020, June 23). Aging out in a pandemic: This isn’t over!
Child Welfare League of Canada. (2020, June 26). Family Connections Event Takeaways.
Child Welfare League of Canada. (2020, March 23). No youth should age out of care, shelter or service in a pandemic.
Children First Canada, University of Calgary, & Alberta Children’s Hospital Research Institue. (2020). Top 10 threats to childhood in Canada and the impact of COVID-19. Raising Canada.
Doucet, M. (2019). Relationships matter for youth ‘aging out’ of care. Canadian Association of Social Workers.
Government of Manitoba. (2013, October). Reporting of Child Protection and Child Abuse: The new handbook and protocols for Manitoba service providers.
Government of Saskatchewan. (2018, June). Opioid Substitution Therapy: Guidelines for Saskatchewan Addiction Counsellors.
Government of Saskatchewan. (2020). Primary and Secondary Educational Institution Guidelines.
Government of Saskatchewan. (n.d.). Child Protection Services.
Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools. (2020, August 4). Return to School Plan: 2020-21.
Guy, A., Davies J., & Rizq, R. (Eds.) (2020). Guidance for psychological therapists: Enabling conversations with clients taking or withdrawing from prescribed psychiatric drugs. All-Party Parliamentary Group for Prescribed Drug Dependence.
Idle No More & Indigenous Climate Action. (2020). Highlights From A Covid-19 Fireside Chat with Indigenous Health Professionals. Yellowhead Institute.
Joanisse, M. (2020). Psychological first aid for frontline health care providers during COVID-19: A quick guide to wellness.
LaBoucane-Benson, P., Sherren, N., Yerichuk, D. (2017). Trauma, Child Development, Healing and Resilience: A review of literature with focus on Indigenous peoples and communities. PolicyWise for Children & Families. Edmonton, Alberta.
Maternal and Children’s Provincial Programs. (2020, May 28). Postpartum and Newborn Care Standard for COVID-19 Role performing Activity. Saskatchewan Health Authority.
Micklefeld, A., Armbruster, S., Crate, J., Redsky, D., Chartrand, F., Champagne, M., Daniels, D., & Daniels, N. (2018). Transforming child welfare legislation in Manitoba: Opportunities to Improve Outcomes for Children and Youth. Legislative Review Committee.
Ministry of Social Services Saskatchewan. (2019). Annual Report 2018-2019.
Nanos Research. (2020, March). CCSA omni summary report. Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction.
National Association of Social Workers. (2020, March). Telemental Health Informed Consent.
National Child Traumatic Stress Network. (n.d.). Age-Related Reactions to a Traumatic Event.
Native Women’s Association of Canada. (2020, June 3). The Impact COVID-19 on Indigenous Women and Gender-Diverse People in Canada.
O’Brien, M., Webster, S. & Herrick, A. (2007). Coping with disasters and strengthening systems: A framework for child welfare agencies. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child & Youth Mental Health. (n.d.). Supporting the wellbeing of mental health service providers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Plan International. (2020). Living under lockdown: Girls and COVID-19.
Regina Catholic Schools. (2020, August 1). Return to School 2020-21.
Roussin, B., Siragusa, L. (2020, March 23). COVID-19 – Virtual Visit Solutions. Shared Health Manitoba.
Saskatchewan Advocate for Children and Youth. (2019). Annual report 2019.
Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers (2020). Standards of practice for registered social workers in Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan Health Authority. (2020, June 11). COVID-19 Pregnancy, Birth, and Postpartum Information for Expectant and New Parents and Families.
Saskatoon Public Schools. (2020, August 1). Reopening Plan 2020-21.
Save the Children. (2020). COVID-19 guidance for interim care centres. Better Care Network.
Sick Kids. (2020, July 29). COVID-19: Guidance for School Reopening.
Sistovaris, M., Fallon, B., Miller, S., Birken, C., Denburg, A., Jenkins, J., Levine, J., Mishna, F., Sokolowski, M. & Stewart, S. (2020). Child welfare and pandemics. Policy Bench, Fraser Mustard Institute of Human Development, University of Toronto.
Stefanson, H., & Leggat, J. (2019). Manitoba families annual report 2018-2019.
The Malala Fund, Plan International, United Nations Educational Sscientific and Cultural Organization, United Nations Girls’ Education Initiative, & UNICEF. (2020, August). Building back equal: Girls back to school guide.
Unicef. (2020). COVID-19 response: Considerations for Children and Adults with Disabilities.
University of Regina. (2020, March 20). Coping with stress and anxiety amidst COVID-19.
Wong, M. (2020, April). Psychological first aid for schools, teachers, and students during the world-wide pandemic. North American Centre for Threat Assessment and Trauma Response.
World Health Organization. (2016). Psychological first aid for all.
Yip, T. [Ed.]. (2020, September 9). Addressing Inequities in Education: Considerations for American Indian and Alaska Native Children and Youth in the Era of COVID-19. Society for Research in Child Development.
Yorio, K. (2020, April 30). Helping students through pandemic grief and trauma. School Library Journal.
Khanlou, N., Ssawe, A., Connolly, JA., Pashang, S., Bohr, Y., Zahraei, S., & Vazquez, LM. (2020). Mental Health Supports for Racialized Women at Risk of Gender-based Violence. A Toolkit for Service Providers and Advocates. CIHR Knowledge Synthesis Grant (2020), York University.
Khanlou, N., Ssawe, A., Vazquez, LM., Pashang, S., Connolly, JA., Bohr, Y., Epstein, I., Zahraei, S., Ahmad, F., Mgwigwi, T., & Alamdar, N. (2020). COVID-19 pandemic guidelines for mental health support of racialized women at risk of gender-based violence: Knowledge synthesis report. Funded by Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Operating Grant: Knowledge Synthesis: COVID-19 in Mental Health & Substance Use. York University.