Our collaborative research team engages with stakeholders from medical, academic, and community-based settings to explore how allergic diseases affect child growth, pubertal development, as well as financial and mental health. Our long-term goal is to develop patient-centered strategies that enhance both the quality of our healthcare system and the overall well-being of individuals living with allergic diseases.
Economic burden of food allergy in Canada
Vaccine confidence amongst those living with allergy during the COVID-19 pandemic: an integrated knowledge translation study
Food Allergy, Food Insecurity, and Health Equity
Patient-oriented research to understand and address inequities of food access and insecurity amongst households managing food allergy - a unique intervention study
Atopic Dermatitis and Maternal Mental Health
Atopic dermatitis and maternal-infant bonding in Manitoba
Food Allergy and Mental Health
Youth food allergy mental health partnership
Global access to psychological services for food allergy
Cross-Canada anaphylaxis registry
Disclaimer: All mention of allergy resources does not indicate endorsement. We receive no funding from promotion of these organizations.