Men say they drink because they’re bored, women because of stress Amy Bell · CBC News · Posted: Nov 21, 2020 This story is part of Amy Bell’s Parental Guidance column, which
Please join the CCSA for the continuation of their webinar series on the Implications of COVID-19 on Public Health and Substance Use in Canada. The pandemic has
Recommended pandemic public health measures like social/physical distancing are meant to promote safety, but they may unintentionally increase the risk of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV).
Inspired by the working paper by Peterman and colleagues, Pandemics and Violence Against Women and Children, this document examines how COVID-19 may create “pathways” leading
Brabete, A. C., Greaves, L., Poole, N., Wolfson, L., Stinson, J., Allen, S.Centre of Excellence for Women’s Health Vancouver, BC Canada IntroductionIntimate partner violence (IPV)
A mental health gender gap that was forged early in the COVID-19 pandemic has been reinforced, according to the latest survey by The Centre for