CDARS Lab Research
(Illustration by Sofia Woods)
The CDARS lab conducts research that focuses on investigating and improving quality of life, community participation, and social inclusion of children, youth and young adults with disabilities through an examination of the health practices and policies that affect their daily lives.
Click here to visit the Participate and Research page and see what studies we are recruiting for!
CDARS Lab Current Research Studies
Enhancing Compassionate Care
- Enhancing Care for Young People with Muscular Dystrophy: Addressing the Human Dimensions of Progressive Illness Experience
- Enhancing the Human Dimensions of Clinical Care for Young People with Muscular Dystrophy
- Cards for Humanity - A tool to help address the human dimensions of illness experience (article)
Developing Collaborative Research with Disabled Youth
- Development of a partnership model for collaborative research with disabled youth
- Video: Dr. Gail Teachman (CDARS collaborator) discusses developing ethical 'terms of engagement' for partnering with young people in research and governance (part of the CHILD-BRIGHT Network 2020 Summer Learning Series)