Attention, journalists: here's a list of our professors available to comment on Pope Francis' visit to Quebec City, Iqaluit and Edmonton, scheduled from July 24 to 29.
Ph.D. student Philippe Laperle explores the grief experience after medical assistance in dying and natural death with palliative care.
Constant Awashish, Grand Chief of the Atikamekw Nation, came to UdeM to talk about Indigenous self-determination as a way to reduce inequality.
According to a study led by Professor Anick Bérard, 23% of pregnant and postpartum women experienced major depressive symptoms during the first three waves of the pandemic.
A UdeM law professor is helping lawmakers tackle toxic online content.
Why we should stop using the term “refugee crisis.”
According to research by Professor Maryse Soulières of the UdeM School of Social Work, living alone doesn’t necessarily mean loneliness for seniors.
UdeM sociology professor Barbara Thériault has received a writing grant to chronicle daily life in the German town of Halle.
In collaboration with an exceptional team of researchers and health care workers,Edward Lee will explore the best ways to improve Montreal’s Clinique Mauve services and insure its long-term operation.
Work-family conflicts are a frequent problem for construction workers. The industry should put measures in place to support its workers.