Giving birth, losing a child, immigrating and experiencing mental or physical health problems are crucial points in the life of a family. The Canadian Research Chair in Family Psychosocial Health and the Center for Research and Studies in Family intervention are devoted to gain a better understanding of such families’ experiences. This website is a showcase for our work. The various sections provide information for both students and professionals working with families, as well as for parents themselves. Together, we can make a difference with respect to the families with which we work. (Website in French, currently in the process of translation to English.)
The Collaborative Family Healthcare Association (CFHA) promotes comprehensive and cost-effective models of healthcare delivery that integrate mind and body, individual and family, patients, providers and communities. CFHA achieves this mission through education, training, partnering, consultation, research and advocacy. CFHA hosts an annual conference and is associated with the journal called, “Families, Systems, & Health“.
The Danish Family Nursing Association was founded on May 28, 2013. The vision of the Association is to foster the individual and collective development of Danish nurses involved in the health promotion and care to families by providing a unique national forum of shared responsibility for the advance of family nursing. (Website in Danish with English translation now available.)
The Family Nursing Society of Thailand was founded on October 15, 2003. The mission of the Society is to foster the individual and collective development of Thai nurses involved in the promotion of health care to families by providing a unique national forum of shared responsibility for the advance of family nursing. For more information, see the Facebook page for the Family Nursing Society of Thailand.
The Japanese Association for Research in Family Nursing (JARFN) was founded in October 1994 when its first academic meeting was held at the University of Tokyo. The Japanese Association for Research in Family Nursing (JARFN) numbers over 1,400 members, making it the world’s largest organization related to family nursing. JARFN’s stated objectives are to promote research in family nursing and mutual collaboration between researchers and practitioners, and to foster communication among members and collaboration with internally and externally related institutions.
Since 1975, the Midwest Nursing Research Society (MNRS) has been transforming how nursing is practiced. We do this two ways: by promoting, disseminating, and using nursing research and by encouraging, supporting, and connecting the next generation of nurse scientists. Today, with more than 1,300 members, MNRS is one of the largest and most influential nursing research organizations in the country, serving individuals in a 13-state Midwest region.
The National Council on Family Relations (NCFR), founded in 1938, is the oldest, multidisciplinary, nonpartisan professional organization focused solely on family research, practice and education in the USA. NCFR is an association of professionals dedicated to understanding and strengthening families.
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