Research turkey and super fun process evaluation: My PhD life

  I am the sort of person who usually stops the microwave with 30 seconds still on the clock, preferring to eat slightly cold food then wait a few moments longer. But I find myself in a field where good things take a long time. Perhaps my perspective is skewed, as a trudging PhD student, … More Research turkey and super fun process evaluation: My PhD life

Published: Time trends in symptoms of mental illness in children and adolescents in Canada

In exciting Monday news, new research from the APEAL lab has been published in CMAJ and I am one of the co-authors! Check it out here: Time trends in symptoms of mental illness in children and adolescents in Canada Research finds that most #mentalhealth disorders are not increasing among Canadian youth http://t.co/3JdzKdLdyA pic.twitter.com/Hh3EWDnsfq — CMAJ … More Published: Time trends in symptoms of mental illness in children and adolescents in Canada

A proper thank you: Reflections on a MSc journey

I have been coming down from submitting my thesis. I feel I went from elation to exhaustion in mere hours. I have yet to process this idea of ‘leisure time’ that all coolest modern economic and social historians have been talking about. As I take a breath prior to re-entering the academic fray in preparation … More A proper thank you: Reflections on a MSc journey