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ATTACH webinar series: Gender and Sex-Based Analysis

Date and Time:
August 27, 2021 12:00 pm - August 27, 2021 1:00 pm
Location:
Online
Description:

In partnership with CIHR SPOR-funded ATTACH study, AU will be hosting a monthly webinar series on topics related to the project.

The fifth webinar, Gender and Sex-Based Analysis, will be on August 27, 2021 at 12-1 p.m. MDT.

NOTE: this is not a talk—team members will be encouraged to explore CIHR materials on this topic

The ATTACH intervention supports parents coping with toxic stress (e.g. domestic violence, homelessness, mental health issues) by teaching them reflective function skills, or the ability to better understand and respond to their, and their child’s, mental states. Pilot studies suggest that the ATTACH intervention could improve child developmental and parent-child immune outcomes. The current study will examine ATTACH feasibility and effectiveness when the intervention is implemented by community agencies across Canada.

The ATTACH webinars are held on the last Friday of every month.

Join us to listen to presentations on a range of topics, such as: implementation science, patient engagement, early childhood and child attachment, immune biomarkers, the ATTACH intervention, the health care system, and health policy.

Add to Calendar August 27, 2021 12:00 pm August 27, 2021 1:00 pm MDT ATTACH webinar series: Gender and Sex-Based Analysis

In partnership with CIHR SPOR-funded ATTACH study, AU will be hosting a monthly webinar series on topics related to the project.

The fifth webinar, Gender and Sex-Based Analysis, will be on August 27, 2021 at 12-1 p.m. MDT.

NOTE: this is not a talk—team members will be encouraged to explore CIHR materials on this topic

The ATTACH intervention supports parents coping with toxic stress (e.g. domestic violence, homelessness, mental health issues) by teaching them reflective function skills, or the ability to better understand and respond to their, and their child’s, mental states. Pilot studies suggest that the ATTACH intervention could improve child developmental and parent-child immune outcomes. The current study will examine ATTACH feasibility and effectiveness when the intervention is implemented by community agencies across Canada.

The ATTACH webinars are held on the last Friday of every month.

Join us to listen to presentations on a range of topics, such as: implementation science, patient engagement, early childhood and child attachment, immune biomarkers, the ATTACH intervention, the health care system, and health policy.

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