The Conversation News Archive
February 9, 2021 —
Breastfeeding and breast milk provide big opportunities to support maternal, infant and population health
February 1, 2021 —
Older caregivers report struggling with increased levels of responsibility, stress and isolation due to COVID-19 and pandemic-related protocols
January 21, 2021 —
'Hydrogen gas is increasingly heralded as the mobile energy source of the green economy'
The Conversation: Reopen recreation spaces after COVID-19 for the good of the public, not the individual
January 8, 2021 —
Yet the lessons from our first reopening strategies last spring make it clear that we have a number of very important questions arising about leisure, recreation and public space
The Conversation: Restraining and secluding students with disabilities is an urgent human rights issue
January 6, 2021 —
UM researches find schools using physical restraint and seclusion spaces, further marginalizing children with disabilities
December 22, 2020 —
Take a look at illuminating research written by members of our community
The Conversation: Beyond self-care –Try these 5 therapeutic tools to manage stress better during COVID-19 restrictions
December 16, 2020 —
Here are five key Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) strategies that validate difficult emotions invoked by the pandemic and make the case for changing automatic reactions that may be driven by strong emotions, such as self-medicating with substances, starting an argument or eating a pint of ice cream to feel better.
The Conversation: Students with disabilities should have the option of in-person learning during COVID-19 school closures
November 24, 2020 —
Schools should be making plans to continue safe in-person learning for students with disabilities for whom remote learning simply does not work.
November 17, 2020 —
'Following president-elect Joe Biden’s victory in the United States, a campaign video of him reading Irish poet Seamus Heaney’s verse adaptation of an ancient Greek play went viral'
The Conversation: First World War poet Wilfred Owen, treated for shell shock, carried readers into the horror of war
November 6, 2020 —
This article is written by Mark Libin, Associate Professor, Department of English, Theatre, Film & Media, University of Manitoba and first appeared on The Conversation