Research Partnerships

We welcome the opportunity to develop research partnerships, particularly those that support our vision to create communities that are free from abuse, neglect, and violence. Interested in partnering with us?

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“By supporting research students and new research, Radius is investing in the future of abuse and victimization research, training, and clinical practice.”
~ Tracey Curwen – Consulting Research Coordinator, Ethics Committee Chair

Current Projects:

Radius is committed to collaborating with various organizations and institutions to meet our common goals of conducting applied research that benefits services provided to children, youth, and families. We are continuously working on new research projects and below you find a few highlighted. For a complete list of our current projects, click HERE.

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Completed Projects:

Radius endeavours to conduct research that helps us learn more about how we can improve our programs and services. We are proud to showcase a number of projects which have been completed at Radius below. To review all of our completed projects, click HERE.

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“Radius Child and Youth Services has provided unique opportunities that have fostered my undergraduate and graduate academic growth. The ethics committee was patient and beyond helpful when working with me through the process of starting my projects.” ~ Kira Schieck – Research Student, Nipissing University

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Contact Us

The research team is here to help. Contact Liz Lartey, our Research Assistant, with any questions you may have about the research ethics submission process, the approval process or how to complete your ethics proposal.