The Pole's scholarships aims to support a graduate or postgraduate degree students (master or doctorate) whose dissertation or thesis project is related to men's health and well-being. The student’s (co-)director must be a member of the Pole.
These funds are intended to support Pole's researchers who wish to submit a grant request for a research project to one or more recognized funding organizations
Financial Support for Specific Projects
Grants for specific small projects aim to support Pole's researchers who wish to carry out projects that are linked to the Pole's first objective, which is to develop a better understanding of the male and paternal realities undergoing transformation.
Grants for small projects related to interventions
This funding aims to support Pole's researchers in the development of new intervention strategies or in the evaluation of practices in place with male clienteles (including fathers) in order to better meet the needs and difficulties encountered by these populations.
CIUSSS-CN’s research policies and procedures
The allocation of funds is subject to the administrative rules of the CIUSSS-CN
Laurent Bélanger, master's student in psychology (direction Tamsin Higgs)
Predictors of treatment program completion among child sexual abusers in prison: the mediating role of motivation and therapeutic alliance.
Maxim Gaudette, doctoral student in public health (direction Olivier Ferlatte)
Between risk and pleasure: the experience of men who do chemsex in Montreal.
|2020||Nebila Jean-Claude Bationo,
doctoral student in educational psychology (dir.: Jean Ramdé)
|Paternal commitment and socio-emotional development of the child in a migratory context.|
|2020||Jade Fecteau-Albert, master's student in sexology (co-dir.: Natacha Godbout)||
The intervention needs of men victims of sexual assault in childhood.
|2019||Claudia Fournier, doctoral student in community health (co-dir.: Sophie Dupéré)||Experiences of gay immigrant men in Quebec: Possibility and constraints in terms of well-being.|
|2021||Olivier Ferlatte et Janie Houle||
Suicide Risk in Gay, Bisexual, and Queer Men: Understanding the Role of Gender Expression and Peer Stigma.
|2021||Tamarha Pierce, Diane Dubeau, Annie Devault, Jean-Martin Deslauriers, Jean Ramdé and Jacques Roy||
Fathers and youth protection: an interactionist perspective.
|2020||Christine Gervais, Isabel Côté, Francine de Montigny and Tamarha Pierce||The effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on Quebec parents and their children.|
|2020||Jean-Martin Deslauriers, Jean Proulx and Tamsin Higgs||
Implementation and operation of intervention protocols in the context of the risk of homicide within the family: study of the Rabaska intersectoral partnership.
|2020||Jacques Roy, Dominic Bizot, Francine de Montigny and Éric Pilote||
Male grand parenting, an exploratory survey.
|2020||Valérie Roy and Kevin Lavoie||
Encourage recognition of experienced violence: testimony from gay men who have been victims of violence in an intimate or romantic relationship.
|2020||Dominic Bizot, Philippe Roy, Éric Pilote, Oscar Labra and Marc Boily||Participatory inventory of the management, governance, training and intervention practices of generalist organizations for men in SBEH.|
|2020||Vincent Couture and Kévin Lavoie||A biological clock for men? Ethical issues of fatherhood in old age.|
|2019||Jean-Martin Deslauriers and Jean Proulx||Implementation and operation of intervention protocols in the context of the risk of homicide within the family: study of the AGIR and ALERT crisis cells.|
|2019||Normand Brodeur and Valérie Roy||
Reception, information and referral services to the court for men accused of domestic violence: a literature review.
|2019||Francine de Montigny, Deborah Da Costa and Christine Gervais||Multiple case study: Analysis of the training of facilitators of perinatal bereavement support groups with regard to the inclusion of fathers in groups in Quebec.|