Understanding how environmental exposures impact child health is a key part of ChEHC's mandate. We are actively involved in research in our community. This page will highlight studies our team members are involved in. Current projects seeking participants include:
Full list of active studies
Integrating Prenatal Environmental Health Education into Clinical Care in Canada: The PEHE Study. Ends Aug 2023.
Lii Zaanfaan: Understanding Health and Well-being Trajectories of Métis Children in Alberta. Ends Dec 2024.
Maternal-infant dyad health outcomes: infant neurodevelopment, respiratory illnesses, dyad sleep patterns and maternal mental health in the context of pre-and post-natal maternal cannabis use – A prospective cohort study. Ends Aug 2025.
Climate change-related health inequalities in Canada: How hot temperatures affect vulnerable groups living in large urban centres. Ends Sep 2024.
Climate change surveillance for chronic health effects. Ends Nov 2023.
Association of socioeconomic and environmental factors with neonatal and childhood outcomes of preterm neonates <29 weeks' gestation in Canada. Ends Mar 2025.
Maternal-child dyad health outcomes: neurodevelopment at three years in the context of maternal cannabis use - an extension of a prospective cohort study. Ends May 2027.
Healthy Cities Research Initiative: Data Analysis Using Existing Databases and Cohorts. Ends Sep 2023.