Référence bibliographique 
Herati, Hoda et Meyer, Samantha B. 2020. «Mental Health Interventions for Immigrant-Refugee Children and Youth Living in Canada: A Scoping Review and Way Forward ». Journal of Mental Health, p. 1-14.
«The aims of the present scoping review are: [t]o better understand the psychosocial needs of IR [immigrant-refugee] children and youth resettled in Canada in the context of their school and community, in order to better inform future programs and interventions, and [t]o systematically document the characteristics of, and the guidelines for, community-and school-based mental health programs for IR children and youth living in Canada.» (p. 2)
«[T]he following research question was developed: “What are the facilitators and barriers identified in the existing literature that need to be considered in adopting community-/school-based mental health programs for immigrant-refugee children and youth living in Canada?”» (p. 2)
«The following academic databases were selected based on their subject relevance to [the] research question and the advice of a library scientist: PubMed, CINAHIL, ERIC, PsychINFO and Scopus […]. At the end, 20 articles and documents were included in this scoping review […]. [More specifically,] 15 peer reviewed articles were included in the review. Of the articles identified, the majority (7 out of 15) were conducted in Montreal […].» (p. 3) Moreover, «[f]ive documents were identified in the review of the grey literature. All reports were issued by Canadian organizations/authorities.» (p. 4)
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«The collective data suggest that collaborative care models are an effective approach to addressing mental health issues among immigrant-refugee children, youth, and their families. Barriers to accessing mental health services may be reduced/eliminated by establishing partnerships between schools, communities, and families.» (p. 10) In the province of Quebec, the «Nadeau and colleagues study emphasized the involvement of families in collaborative mental healthcare (Nadeau et al., 2018). This study examined the relationship between various stressors faced by IR families and emotional/behavioural problems experienced by their children and youth. The study found that there is an association between family conflict and emotional/behavioural problems of children. Based on this finding, the authors suggest that collaborative mental health services are more useful if they can focus on the concept of transforming the negative family environment to a positive one. This transformation was suggested to be helpful for improving the emotional/behavioural problems of IR children and youth […]. In [another] study, the impact of psychological, social, and cultural factors on child attachment behaviour of immigrant families were evaluated (Lecompte et al., 2018.» (p. 4) «High levels of maternal depression and anxiety was found to be associated with insecure child attachment behaviour […]. These results emphasized on the importance of addressing the mental health status of the whole family rather than focusing solely on the children.» (p. 7)