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Police Charging Decisions in Child Maltreatment Investigations: Findings from the 2008 Ontario Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect
The objective of this study is to use logistic regression to examine factors that influence charging decisions by the police during child maltreatment investigations. An estimated 4,808 substantiated 10 child maltreatment ...
The enduring effects of early-childhood adversities and troubled sleep among Canadian adults: a population-based study
Objective: Although many studies have consistently found that early-childhood adversities are important risk factors for physical and mental health problems later in adulthood, few have examined the association between ...
The role of sense of community belonging on unmet health care needs in Ontario, Canada: findings from the 2012 Canadian community health survey
This article examines the association between sense of community belonging and unmet health-care needs among individuals in Ontario, Canada, after adjusting for predisposing, enabling, and need factors associated with ...
Examining the Independent Effect of Social Support on Unmet Mental Healthcare Needs Among Canadians: Findings from a Population-Based Study
(Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht, 2015-12)
Although studies have identified social support as an important social determinant of health, few studies in Canada have actually examined the contributory role of social support in understanding access to mental healthcare ...