Young NL, Rochon TG, McCormick A, Law M, Fehlings D, Wedge J. The Health and Quality of Life Outcomes among Youth and Young Adults with Cerebral Palsy. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 2010; 91: 143-148.
Young NL, Varni JW, Snider L, McCormick A, Sawatzky B, Scott M, King G, Hetherington R, Sears E, Nicholas D. The Internet is Valid and Reliable for Child-Report: An Example Using the ASK and PedsQL.Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2009; 62 (3): 314-320.
Young NL. The Transition to Adulthood for Children with Cerebral Palsy: What Do We Know About Their Health Care Needs? Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics, 2007; 27(4): 476-479.
Young NL, Bradley C, Wakefield C, Barnard D, Blanchette VS, McCusker PJ. How Well Does the Canadian Haemophilia Outcomes – Kids Life Assessment Tool (CHO-KLAT) Measure the Quality of Life in Boys with Haemophilia? Pediatric Blood and Cancer, 2006; 47(3): 305-311.
Young NL, Barden W, LeForte S, Nissen-Jordan C, Daniels C, Dick PT and the Tele-HomeCare Team. Tele-HomeCare: A Comparison of Three Canadian Models. Telemedicine Journal and E-Health, 2004; 10 (1): 45-5.
Young NL, William JI, Yoshida KK, Wright JG. Measurement Properties of the Activities Scale for Kids (ASK).Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 2000; 53(2): 125-137.
Young NL, Yoshida KK, Williams JI, Bombardier C, Wright JG. The Role of Children in Reporting their Physical Disability. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 1995; 76(10): 913-918.
Coholic, D. (2010). Arts Activities for Children and Young People in Need: Helping children to develop mindfulness, spiritual awareness and self‑esteem. London, UK: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
Coholic, D., Eys, M., & Lougheed, S. (published on-line 2011). Investigating the effectiveness of an arts-based and mindfulness-based group program for the improvement of resilience in children in need. Journal of Child and Family Studies. DOI 10.1007/s10826-011-9544-2
Coholic, D., Fraser, M., Robinson, B., & Lougheed, S. (in press). Promoting resilience within child protection: The suitability of arts-based and experiential group programs for children-in-care. Social Work with Groups, 35 (4).
Coholic, D. (2011). Exploring the feasibility and benefits of arts-based mindfulness- based practices with young people in need: Aiming to improve aspects of self- awareness and resilience. Child and Youth Care Forum, 40 (4), 303-317.
Coholic, D., Lougheed, S., & Cadell, S. (2009). Exploring the helpfulness of arts- based methods with children living in foster care. Traumatology, 15 (3), 64-71.Dr. Alain Gauthier
Dorman, S., Gauthier, A.P., & Thirkill, L. (In press) The Balanced School Day: Implications for Student Nutrition and Levels of Physical Activity. Physical and Health Education Journal.
Gauthier, A.P., Laurence, M., Thirkill, L., & Dorman, S. (In press) Examining school-based pedometer step counts among children in grades 3 to 6 using different timetables. Journal of School Health.
Gauthier, A. P., Young, N. L., Snelling, S. J., Sears, E., & Burke, T. (2011). Looking Beyond the Bright Lights: Identifying Canadian Indicators of Health for Children in Rural and Northern Regions. Child Indicators Research. 4(1), 169-183.
Neufeld, A., Harrison, M.J., Rempel, G., Larocque, S., Dublin, S., Stewart, M., & Huges, K.. (2010). Practical issues in using a card sort in a study of nonsupport and family caregiving. In A. Neufeld, & M. J. Harrison.Nursing and Family Caregiving : Social Support and Nonsupport. New York: Springer (Chapter 10, pp. 227-240).
Neufeld, A., Harrison, M.M., Rempel, G., Larocque, S., Dublin, S., Stewart, M., Hughes, K. (2004). Practical issues in using card sort in a study of non-support and family caregiving. Qualitative Health Research, 14 (10), 1418-1428.
Bruce, B., Letourneau, N., Ritchie, J., Larocque, S., Dennis, C., & Elliot, R. (2002). A Multi-site Study of Health Professionals’ Perceptions and Practices of Family Centered Care. Journal of Family Nursing, 8 (4), 408-429.
Tourigny, J., Larocque, S., Longpré, S. & Lahaie, N. (1999). Mesure des conduites parentales lors d'une chirurgie de l'enfant en court séjour. Recherche en soins infirmiers, 57, 90-98.
Wabano MJ & Ritchie SD. (2011). Using outdoor adventure leadership experience to promote resilience and well-being for Wikwemikong youth. Health Canada: FNIH Research Bulletin, 3(1), 1-2. Funded by IHRDP.
Ritchie SD, Wabano MJ, Young N, Schinke R, Peltier D, Battochio R, & Russell K. (2010). Developing a culturally relevant outdoor leadership training program for Aboriginal youth. Journal of Experiential Education, 32(3), 300-304.
Ritchie SD, Wabano MJ, Young NL. (2010). Aboriginal Health and Intergenerational Relationships. OHA Today (Bi-Weekly eNewsletter), December 2010. p.1. Ottawa, ON: Ontario Hospital Association (OHA). Available for viewing from http://www.ohatoday.com/Newsletter%20Archive%20%20Education/Education-11.... Funded by LU.
Schinke RJ, Yungblut HE, Blodgett A, Peltier D, Ritchie SD, & Recollet-Saikonnen D. (2010). The role of families in youth sport programming within a Canadian Aboriginal community. The Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 7(2), 156-166.
Blodgett AT, Schinke RJ, Fisher LA, Wassengeso-George C, Peltier D, Ritchie SD, & Pickard P. (2008). From practice to praxis: Community-based strategies for Aboriginal youth sport. Journal of Sport & Social Issues, 32(4), 393-414.
Saint-Aubin, J., & Roy-Charland, A. (2012). Is familiarity the all-purpose reading tool? The case of the missing-letter effect for self-generated texts. Scientific Study of Reading, 16, 35-44.
Saint-Aubin, J., Kenny, S. & Roy-Charland, A. (2010). The role of eye movements in the missing-letter effect revisited with the rapid visual presentation procedure. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 64, 47-52.
Roy-Charland, A., Saint-Aubin, J., Lawrence, M., & Klein, R. M. (2009). Solving the chicken and egg problem of letter detection and fixation duration in reading. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 71, 1553-1562.
Evans, M. A., Roy-Charland, A., & Saint-Aubin, J. (2009). A new look at an old format: eye tracking studies of shared book reading and the implications for e-books and e-book research. In A. G. Bus & S. B. Neuman (Eds.), Multimedia and literacy development: Improving achievement for young learners. New York, NY: Tailor & Francis group.
Roy-Charland, A., Saint-Aubin, J., & Evans, M. A. (2007). Eye movements in shared book reading with children from kindergarten to grade four. Reading & Writing 20, 909-931.
Yantzi, N.M., Rosenberg, M.W. (2008). The contested meanings of home for women caring for children with long-term care needs in Ontario, Canada. Gender, Place, & Culture 15, 1, 301-315.
Yantzi, N.M., Rosenberg, M.W, McKeever, P. (2007). Getting out of the house: The challenges mothers face when children have long-term care needs. Health and Social Care in the Community. 15, 45-55.
Yantzi, N., Rosenberg, M.W., Burke, S.O., Harrison, M.B. (2001). The impacts of distance to hospital on families with a child with a chronic condition. Social Science and Medicine. 52, 1777-1791.
Yantzi, N.M. & Skinnner, M.W. (forthcoming). Providers of care in the home: Sustainable partners in primary health care?, in V. Crooks and G. Andrews (eds), Primary Health Care: People, Practice, Place (Ashgate)
Yantzi, N.M. & Skinner, M.W. (in press). Care and Caregiving, in R. Kitchin and N. Thrift (eds), International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. (Elsevier)
Larivière MA., & Sidney K. The Relaxation Effect of Exercise: Implications for Childhood Fears and Anxieties.Canadian Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation Journal 1992, 58, 1, 16-22.
Child Health Measures developed by ECHO members
The Activities Scale for Kids (ASK): see www.ActivitiesScaleForKids.com
The Canadian Haemophilia Outcomes – Kids’ Life Assessment Tools (CHO-KLAT): contact: email@example.com
The Kids ITP Tool (KIT): contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Children's Assessment of Participation and Enjoyment (CAPE) and the Preferences for Activities of Children (PAC): see www.canchild.ca/en/measures/capepac.asp
Health Promotion Materials developed by ECHO members
Ritchie SD, Wabano MJ, Enosse L, Young NL. Wikwemikong Outdoor Adventure Leadership Experience: Program Manual and Facilitator Guide (3rd Edition). Wikwemikong, ON: Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve Number 26: 2011. Note: Training manual prepared for Wikwemikong community. (50 pages).
Ritchie SD, Wabano MJ, Enosse L, Young NL. Wikwemikong Outdoor Adventure Leadership Experience: Program Summary. Wikwemikong, ON: Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve Number 26. 2011. Note: Program Information booklet prepared for Wikwemikong community. (16 pages).
Young NL, Burke T, Coe D, Green T. Health Promotion Booklet: Enabling Yourself – A guide to getting active designed for persons with cerebral palsy and spina bifida. Laurentian University, 2007.
On-Line Training Package: Ritchie SD & Wabano MJ. The Wikwemikong Outdoor Adventure Leadership Experience. In Canadian Institute for Health Information: Exploring Positive Mental Health (eLearning course module). Ottawa, ON: Canadian Institute for Health Information: 2011. Available from https://learning.cihi.ca.
Film: Cheu H (Director), Ritchie SD, Wabano MJ, & Enosse L. (Producers). The Journey Home: The Wikwemikong Outdoor Adventure Leadership Experience [Documentary film - 12 minutes]. Laurentian University Film Studio. Sudbury, ON: 2010. Available for viewing at www.oalevideo.laurentian.ca.
Film: "Holistic Arts-Based Group Work with Children" produced by Hoi Cheu & The centre for humanities research and creativity. Available for viewing at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yc8Qrfu3tUQ . The film also contains a manual of exercises that can be downloaded from: http://www.dianacoholic.com/