The 28th annual McMaster Psychiatry Research Day was held on April 27, 2016 at Mohawk College and featured the theme of prenatal programming, postnatal possibilities.
The event featured a keynote from Dr. Vivette Glover, Professor of Perinatal Psychobiology at Imperial College London.
New this year was a debate on the effects of antidepressant use during pregnancy on offspring outcomes, featuring Dr. Tim Oberlander and Dr. Simone Vigod.
The EDI was well represented at the conference with multiple poster presentations. PDF copies of the EDI’s posters are available below.
Kruja, K., Reid-Westoby, C., & Janus, M. Examining differences in cross-country translations and adaptations of the EDI
Loo, M. Y. L., Reid-Westoby, C., & Janus, M. The association between school readiness and early academic outcomes of ESL children
Reid-Westoby, C., & Janus, M. Kindergarten children with special health needs and functional impairments before and after the introduction of full-day learning in Ontario, Canada
Taylor, S. Reid-Westoby, C., & Janus, M. Teacher reported prevalence of special needs, functional impairments, and health diagnoses in kindergarten children: Preliminary data from the Canadian children’s health in context study (CCHICS)
Webb, S., Janus, M., Duku, E., Raos, R., Brownell, M., Forer, B., Guhn, M., & Muhajarine, N. Neighbourhood socioeconomic status and early childhood development
Wilson, W., Reid-Westoby, C., & Janus, M. Behavioural profiles of kindergarten children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder