Video Resources – Events Archive 5th Symposium (2017) 4th symposium (2015) 5thCommunity Social Pediatrics Symposium Children's Vulnerability: Understanding and Addressing Health Inequities Catherine Roy et Tonino Esposito – Implementation of new Community Social Pediatrics clinics in Quebec: Identification of at-risk communities Christiane Guay – Intervening with Aboriginal families with respect for cultural values Christine Doucet – The assessment of social pediatrics interventions Claudie Bourget – L’approche Gang Reduction Program (In French only) Delphine Collin-Vézina – Au-delà du comportement : Approches sensibles au vécu traumatique des enfants et des jeunes (In French Only) Dr Adriana Matiz – A medical home model for children with special health care needs Dr. Gilles Julien – Viewpoints and actions on the complexity of vulnerable children Franco Carnevale – Giving children a voice: how can we give children a role in defining public policy? Hanie Edalati – Adverse Childhood Experiences Jerry McHale – Viewpoints and actions on the complexity of vulnerable children Jerry Nussbaum – Tribute to Janusz Korczak Judith Lynam – RICHER Model of Social Pediatrics Leila Ben Amor – EQUIPE, Intervention program for parenting skills Melanie Berry – Viewpoints and actions on the complexity of vulnerable children Mitch Blair – Children’s vulnerability : Understanding and addressing health inequalities “from case to programme” PANEL – Children’s rights: how they are applied on a daily basis and their impact Patricia Conrod – Presentation of a preventive approach to substance use focusing on personality traits Sharon Goldfeld – What is it about where you live that can make a difference to child development? Véronique Kéna-Cohen – L’approche Wraparound (In French Only) 4th Community Social Pediatrics Symposium Health-related quality of life and best interests of the child Annie Lambert – The child’s interests: legal principles and ethical issues Catherine Pugnaire Gros – Caring for youth at risk of suicide: what do children and parents find helpful? Dr Barry Zuckerman – Medical Legal Partnership and Beyond Dr Ingrid Tyler – Realist synthesis addressing early childhood initiatives combining a public health, social determinants and community-based approach with clinical care Dr Jaswant Guzder – Lessons from working with high-risk Caribbean families Dr Luis Rajmil – How to measure the impact of interventions on the quality of life of children? Dr. Jean Clinton – Connection is the key: How emotional connections within the family can have a buffering effect on the social determinants of health Dre Meta Van Den Heuvel – How well does the Nipissing District Developmental screen (NDDS) identify communication problems in infants? Éric Trapenniers – Experential systemic approach: new perspectives to help children in difficulty in their family Jeanne-Marie Rugira and Dr Gilles Julien – Community strategies to improve our children’s well-being Lila Guirguis & Moira Inkelas – How to reach 35,000 children through community mobilization Michael Meaney – Parental regulation of the structure and function of the genome in the offspring: implications for treatment programs targeting the social environment Nicholas Bala – Best interest and children’s rights: consistent or in conflict? Panel – How can we achieve equitable access to health and social services for all Quebec children? Scientific Café: How can we transform the environment to improve children’s health-related quality of life ?