Who are we?Welcome to the CHART LabWe are a team of researchers who are interested in promoting health and well-being across the lifespan through epidemiological methods and examining the contextual deteminants of positive development. Meet the TeamMeet the TeamThe YDIThe YDIThe Youth Development Instrument (YDI), a survey for students that seeks to identify the individual and contextual resources, opportunities, and practices that foster or hinder positive youth development. Read moreOur ResearchOur ResearchOur work includes a range of research projects from the epideimiology of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) and into the area of mental health and positive youth development. Read more Promoting health & well-being through data collaboration community engagement Featured News australian open schedule casino bitcoin mr bet free spins book of ra fixed wheel of fortune triple extreme spin free jednoręki bandyta maszyna Back to School!Congratulations to CHART Lab students, Judy and Julia, for beginning their first years in the Doctoral and Master of Science programs respectively. Report: Support Students through the Pandemic and BeyondRachel Goosen & Dr. Samji co-led a report looking at the challenges faced by students with diverse learning needs the strategies used by educators to support them. Read the full report here. Congratulations to our summer practicum students! Congratulations to Jill, Jocelyn, and Rachel who have been spectacular practicum students this past summer. They have dedicated their summers to working with us on a number of projects including our Covid & Kids Project, the YDI Provincial Report, and Resource Toolkit. New article by Hasina Samji and colleagues at BC Alliance for Monitoring Mental Health Equity featured in The ConversationThe article, "Building back equitably: 4 ways to address mental health inequities magnified by the pandemic, and ensure access to care" was published on March 22nd. "Decisions that policy-makers make right now will determine how we, as a society, recover and build back mental health in the years to come. With equitable investments in mental health promotion, prevention and treatment, we can redress unjust differences in our population’s mental health and work to ensure that good mental health is an achievable goal for all.