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What did this study involve?

Youth completed an online survey three times from 2020 to 2021. Every six months they were asked about their mental health, relationships with caregivers and mentors, and other health behaviours. Results from this study continue to be published.

Check out our research page for more information!

Thank you to the youth who participated in our research surveys.

Stay tuned for the next phase of our research including interviews with Big Brothers Big Sisters "Bigs" and "Littles"


See below for more details.

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Teenagers

Study Description

Researchers at York University and the University of Victoria are seeking Canadian teens to complete this confidential online survey on the impact of COVID-19 and the anti-racism movement on teen mental health.

 

Who Can Participate?

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Partnerships

We are proud to announce that we are partnering with Big Brothers and Big Sisters

Ages 12-18. Must be a Canadian citizen or Canadian resident.

 

This study is led by Dr. Stephanie Craig of York University and Dr. Megan Ames of University of Victoria

In collaboration with Big Brothers, Big Sisters Canada

This project has been approved by York University's Office of Research Ethics
REB # 2020-180, and by University of Victoria's Human Research Ethics Board REB #20-0350