S. Chen's scientific contributions

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Being a member of a Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) family includes frequent geographic relocations, which may affect the use of mental health and addictions (MHA) services. This was a retrospective cohort study to examine intra-provincial variation in MHA services among CAF children, youth, and spouses posted across the province of Ontario using admin...

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... Challenges accessing mental health services were also discussed by parents who participated in the larger qualitative study (Williams et al., 2022b). The findings of this study align with other Canadian research that highlights the concerns of military families when trying to secure healthcare services following a relocation, particularly if a family has a child with special needs (Cramm et al., 2019b(Cramm et al., , 2019cDarr & Doan, 2011;Davila et al., 2020;Mahar et al., 2018;Manser, 2018;Ostler et al., 2018;Vogel 2014). As noted in the scoping review by Cramm et al. (2019a), national differences exist between Canada and the United States in how military families access and utilize healthcare services. ...