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LGBTQ Youth Community-based Research: Enagaging Strengths and Media

Projects

Development and Testing of Community-Based Interventions for Sexual Minority, Multiethnic Urban Youth

From the Hub:

  This extensive multi-effort initiative is testing the preliminary effectiveness of field based case management, school and community based support groups and educational interventions currently being delivered to MSMY and community members. Further, this project is developing new and innovative

Shelley Craig

Social Work Speaks Out: The educational experiences of gay lesbian bisexual and transgender social work students

From the Hub:

  In collaboration with other members of the Council on Social Work Education CSOGE Subcommittee, Dr. Craig spearheaded the creation and online data collection of an international survey to identify the needs and readiness of social sexual minority social work

Shelley Craig

I Will Survive? The Influence of the Media on Experiences of Resiliency for Sexual Minority Youth.

From the Hub:

  The primary aim of this research initiative is to develop and mobilise knowledge about the impact of digital and traditional media messages on sexual minority youth resiliency. What effects do films, television programmes and other forms of traditional media

Shelley Craig

Multiethnic Lesbian and Bisexual Youth’s Self Efficacy and Health Risks.

From the Hub:

  This research  identifies the social determinants of health and mental health of multi-ethnic lesbian and bisexual youth, with particular attention to the role that gender-based oppression combined with stigma plays in contributing to health risks and negatively affecting youth’s

Shelley Craig

Social Workers in Canadian Health Care: A National Study of Roles and Positionality within Interprofessional Teams.

From the Hub:

This research initiative explores the professional roles of medical social workers working within institutional health care settings.  There are three interrelated goals: to identify the core skills and competencies that social workers contribute to medical teams; to explore social workers

Shelley Craig