This research project is lead by Dr. Michelle Stewart at the University of Regina. This site includes research that Dr. Stewart is working on with her research team and partners.
Dr. Stewart is involved in a range of projects including those that focus on FASD and the justice system as well as strength-based projects that focus on interventions to help address social isolation. Dr. Stewart’s research team is currently funded to complete research in the following areas:
- FASD and Social Determinants of Health (2017-2019)
- FASD in the Justice System (2014-current)
- Strengths-Based Approaches to FASD (2016-current)
- Evaluative Frameworks for Strengths-Based Initiatives (2018-current)
- Patient/Family Oriented Research and Advocacy (2015-current)
Dr. Stewart’s projects include partnerships with a range of community organisations across Canada as well as national and international research partnerships. In Fall 2018, this page will be redeveloped with links to this expansive network of projects and interventions.
Special thanks to all the people that have been and continue to share their stories and perspectives that inform these research projects. The team is fortunate to receive support from a range of funders including: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, the University of Regina and Canada FASD Research Network. Thanks always to the amazing team that does this work!