Partners


Mammoth Magazine Partners

The Mammoth Magazine, the official publication of the Centre for Studies on Human Stress (CSHS) was first published in 2006. Its goal is to inform the public on stress and related subjects by providing validated scientific information in an accessible language. Thanks to the contribution of many partners, the CSHS is able to publish this magazine.

We thank our collaborators:

Centre de recherche Fernand-Seguin de l’Hôpital Louis-H. Lafontaine
Fondation de l’Hôpital Louis-H. Lafontaine
Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute of Gender and Health
Fondation des maladies mentales du Québec
Association québécoise de prévention du suicide
Banque Nationale, Groupe financier
Standard Life 

La Fédération autonome de l’enseignement (FAE)

A partnership between the Centre for Studies on Human Stress (CSHS) and the Fédération autonome de l’enseignement (FAE) was recently established for an exploratory project on the progressive entrance into preschool. The CSHS is very proud of its famous Mammoth taking the road to preschool. The members of the FAE used the knowledge transmitted by the CSHS on stress responses among kids to organize a flyer informing parents and teachers on the ways to cope with stress associated with the progressive entry into preschool. The CSHS is very proud of this partnership and is very happy to see that this knowledge is used to help youngsters make the big step into school with as less stress as possible!

 

L'Ordre des psychoéducateurs et psychoéducatrices du Québec (OPPQ)

A partnership between the Centre for Studies on Human Stress (CSHS) and the Ordre des psychoéducateurs et psychoéducatrices du Québec (OPPQ) was recently established for a project for an informative database to be used as a tool for psychoeducation. This database presents, by means of descriptive sheets, tools and intervention programs as well as measurement instruments and evaluation used in different psychoeducative practices. The OPPQ asked that the program My Amazing Brain be part on their database. This educational program was developed by the CSHS in order for teachers, students and their parents to discover the amazing brain.