Bridging Climate Change and Healthcare: Opportunities for Intergenerational Justice and Supporting Youth and Children's Mental Health:

This project is focused on  learning about how youth/children’s mental health is being affected by climate change, what healthcare related to climate change looks like in rural and remote communities, how children and youth are currently being supported, which places in the healthcare system could better support these youth/children, what the role of other family/peers/networks is in the healthcare journey for youth and children experiencing climate events, where climate change stays and disappears in the medical journey, how youth/children’s mental health could be incorporated into your community's existing programming, and how healthcare policies and settings could more effectively incorporate youth/children voices.

We are currently looking to interview health providers and allied health professionals working with youth/children in rural and remote regions in BC. If you are interested in participating, please contact Adrienne Barcket at

* Recruitment Flyer v2.pdf
Recruitment Flyer and Consent Form