QUAZETTE
We publish a monthly newsletter to update everyone on current projects and works.
  • BLOG

    File The challenging realities of
    immigrant mental health

    Puzzle Pieces: Part 1

  • NEW

    File Parentality and Mental Health

    Quintessence:
    Exercise During Pregnancy:
    Benefits and Strategies
    to Overcome Barriers


Highlights – April 2014

Michel Vézina

As a member of the Qualaxia Network, Dr. Michel Vézina participated in creating the file on Work Organization and Mental Health. He is one of the original collaborators...


Receive our newsletter Quazette

The network publishes Quazette, a monthly newsletter keeping you up to date on issues and research. We want to maintain quality relationships with our members and those who use our mental health resources.


File – Detecting depression in men

Depression has long been more readily associated with women because, for some, "real men don't get depressed". This belief is addressed in an initiative to battle depression


Blog – July 2014

Social marketing: creativity in support of mental health promotion

In Quebec, there are many ad campaigns designed to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness...


Project Jalons

The Jalons project's main goal is to support decision-makers, health care administrators and clinicians who want to implement evidence-based strategies to improve the quality of primary care...




Quazette – August 2014

Different realities

Mental health must be studied and evaluated in several areas of human activity. It does not apply to a certain segment of the population or to a few specific realms...




Quintessence – July 2014

School Violence: What can schools do about it?

In order to prevent bullying and violence in school, everyone must work in the same direction, feel engaged, and mobilize around a common...




Care Protocol

Dealing with depression in Quebec

Dealing with depression in Quebec is a care protocol that provides clear guidelines for the detection, assessment and treatment of depression according to the best recommendations available.



Publications 

Publications of the month
 

Leisure-time physical activity patterns and correlates among pregnant women in Ontario, Canada

Gaston, A., & Vamos, C. A. (2013). Leisure-time physical activity patterns and correlates among pregnant women in Ontario, Canada. Maternal and child health journal, 17(3), 477-484.
1 out of 17
 

Physical activity and pregnancy: cardiovascular adaptations, recommendations and pregnancy outcomes

Melzer, K., Schutz, Y., Boulvain, M., & Kayser, B. (2010). Physical activity and pregnancy: cardiovascular adaptations, recommendations and pregnancy outcomes. Sports Medecine, 40(6), 493-507.
2 out of 17
 

The relationship between physical activity and mood across the perinatal period: A review of naturalistic and clinical research to guide future investigation of physical activity-based interventions for perinatal depression

Davis, K., & Dimidjian, S. (2012). The relationship between physical activity and mood across the perinatal period: A review of naturalistic and clinical research to guide future investigation of physical activity-based interventions for perinatal depression. Clinical Psychology Science and Practice, 19(1), 27-48.
3 out of 17
 

The potential impact of physical activity during pregnancy on maternal and neonatal outcomes

Ferraro, Z. M., Gaudet, L., & Adamo, K. B. (2012). The potential impact of physical activity during pregnancy on maternal and neonatal outcomes. Obstetrical & gynecological survey, 67(2), 99-110.
4 out of 17
 

Canadian guidelines for exercise in pregnancy

Wolfe, L. A., & Davies G. (2003). Canadian guidelines for exercise in pregnancy. Clinical obstetrics and gynecology, 46(2), 488-495.
5 out of 17
 

Teaching and Psychological Health. Meaning and Derivations.

Leclerc, C., & Bourassa, B. (2013). Travail Professoral et Santé Psychologique. Sens et dérives. Québec : Presses de l'Université Laval.
6 out of 17
 

Addiction and Mental Health, Mobile Application Directory 2013

Alberta Addiction & Mental Health Research Partnership Program (2013). Addiction and Mental Health, Mobile Application Directory 2013. Edmonton, AB: Author.
7 out of 17
 

Mental Health and Older People World Mental Health Day, October 10 2013

World Federation for Mental Health. (2013). Mental Health and Older People World Mental Health Day, October 10, 2013. Occoquan, VA: WFMH.
8 out of 17
 

Peer Support in the Emergency Department: Value, Challenges, Opportunities

Frank Fournier. (2013). Peer Support in the Emergency Department: Value, Challenges, Opportunities. Presentation at Think Tank on Mental Health & Addictions-Related Emergency Department Use by Racialized Populations in Ontario. March 26, 2013. Toronto, Ontario.
9 out of 17
 

Exercise During Pregnancy: Benefits and Strategies to Overcome Barriers

Da Costa, D. (2014). L'exercice pendant la grossesse : ses bienfaits, et des stratégies pour surmonter les obstacles. Quintessence, 6(9), 1-2.
10 out of 17
 

Exercise During Pregnancy: Benefits and Strategies to Overcome Barriers

Da Costa, D. (2014). Exercise During Pregnancy: Benefits and Strategies to Overcome Barriers. Quintessence, 6(9), 1-2.
11 out of 17
 

Reducing the decline in physical activity during pregnancy: a systematic review of behaviour change interventions

Currie, S., Sinclair, M., Murphy, M. H., Madden, E., Dunwoody, L., & Liddle, D. (2013). Reducing the decline in physical activity during pregnancy: a systematic review of behaviour change interventions. PloS one, 8(6), e66385.
12 out of 17
 

Describing the use of the internet for health, physical activity, and nutrition information in pregnant women

Huberty, J., Dinkel, D., Beets, M. W., & Coleman, J. (2013). Describing the use of the internet for health, physical activity, and nutrition information in pregnant women. Maternal and child health journal, 17(8), 1363-1372.
13 out of 17
 

Perceived benefits and barriers to leisure-time physical activity during pregnancy in previously inactive and active women

Da Costa, D., & Ireland, K. (2013). Perceived benefits and barriers to leisure-time physical activity during pregnancy in previously inactive and active women. Women & Health, 53(2), 185-202. DOI: 10.1080/03630242.2012.758219
14 out of 17
 

Exercise during pregnancy: A review of patterns and determinants

Gaston, A., & Cramp, A. (2011). Exercise during pregnancy: A review of patterns and determinants. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 14(4), 299-305.
15 out of 17
 

World Health Statistics 2014

World Health Organization (WHO). (2014). World Health Statistics 2014. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization.
16 out of 17
 

World Health Statistics 2014

Organisation mondiale de la Santé (OMS). (2014). Statistiques sanitaires mondiales 2014. Genève, Suisse: Organisation mondiale de la Santé.
17 out of 17
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