Community Research Café
Bridging the Research to Practice Gap: Sharing Local Research between Community Agencies and Academia


On April 17, 2015, over 100 representatives from Peel community-based agencies joined faculty and students from Sheridan College to share local research that supports improving outcomes for children and youth. The research covered a wide range topics and disciplines including health, justice, social services, education, the arts and early child development. A key theme for the day was finding innovative solutions to complex issues facing the child and youth sector today.

Participants presented the following posters:

Poster Title Organization
Voices of Peel youth: artistic expressions of how violence impacts youth Health Services,
Region of Peel
Poverty and precarious employment in southern Ontario Human Services,
Region of Peel
Health Promoting Schools promote teacher and student wellbeing Walden University
The TobaccOUT Initiative Peel Action Team for Health
PCYI Research Shop Peel Children and Youth Initiative
Early Learning and Child Care (ELCC) data and planning tools website Human Services,
Region of Peel
Active transportation in Peel: spatial walk-time analysis around schools Peel Data Centre,
Region of Peel
Cyber violence and cyberbullying among girls and young women in Mississauga and Peel Safe City Mississauga
Effective interventions for building resilience among youth in challenging contexts: a literature review Health Services,
Region of Peel
Gender and sexual diversity on campus Sheridan College
Built in barriers: community corrections for youth in Ontario Sheridan College
Professional development training in Uganda and Rwanda in early years education: lessons learned for practice at home Seneca College
Use of services by immigrant women with symptoms of postpartum depression Peel Public Health,
Region of Peel
Gender, school, and antisocial behaviour: examining personnel perspectives Sheridan College
Understanding the relationship between designated Early Childhood Educators and teachers in the full day kindergarten program Seneca College
Effect of over the counter analgesics and antipyretics on adverse events following immunization and vaccine efficacy Peel Public Health,
Region of Peel
Interventions to reduce the impact of smoking in the movies on the smoking behaviours of youth Peel Public Health,
Region of Peel
Motherhood in the media: how celebrity ‘Baby Crazes’ impact North American girls Sheridan College
Storytelling approach with children for development of language skills PLASP Child Care
Supporting including children with autism in regular curriculum Early Childhood Educator
Early childhood educator’s support strategies to manage young children’s challenging behavior within an inclusive environment Sheridan College
Educator temperament and their interactions with children Rainbow Garden Learning Center
The Kaleidoscope Model: evidence-Informed treatment for youth who sexually harm Peel Children’s Centre
The implementation and evaluation of coping power and evidence-based programs within school-based mental health settings Peel Children’s Centre
The Talking Back Project: First Nations girls discussing the importance of community Sheridan College
Sheridan Furniture and CoDesign: A Community-Based Collaboration Sheridan College
CoDesign

This event was the first of many designed to foster relationships between the post-secondary institutions in the Region of Peel and community-based organizations.

The Region of Peel, Sheridan College and the Peel Child and Youth Initiative congratulate and thank all of the poster and panel presenters for sharing their research.

Revised: Thursday February 04 2016

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