PROJECTS

"Engaging youth, supporting families and (re)discovering health knowledge together"

PERCEPTIONS OF HEALTH AMONG ADOLESCENTS 

This research uses both quantitative data and qualitative focus group results to investigate modern conceptualizations of child health among 11-15 year olds. 

HOLISM AND HEALTH: A REVIEW

A study of the concept of "holism" and its utility in health promotion and public health. 

THE FAMILY MEAL AND ADOLESCENT HEALTH 

The importance of family meals for supporting adolescent health. 

HUNGER IN CANADIAN KIDS

 

Understanding hunger and its relationship to overall health in children. 

HEALTH PROMOTING FAMILIES

 

Exploring​ adult mediated pathways for achieving overall of overall child health.

SPIRITUALITY AND CHILD HEALTH

Exploring how children's relationship to themselves, others, the natural world or transcendence influences overall health.

SOCIAL SUPPORT AND CHILD HEALTH

 

Exploring the relationship between having supportive adults in life and emotional well-being in adolescents.

TECHNOLOGY AND HEALTH IN ADOLESCENTS

This area of study looks at communication technologies, media use and health in Canadian adolescents.

CONTACT INFO
 

 

Child Health 2.0

Principal Investigator Dr. Colleen Davison

Department of Public Health Sciences

Queen's University
Kingston, Ontario, CA

Tel: (613) 533-6000x79518
Email: davisonc@queensu.ca 

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