Cécile Bardon

Photo Cécile Bardon PhD chercheuse au CRISE
Professor, Associate Director
Department of Psychology, Université du Québec à Montréal

Cécile Bardon is a professor in the Department of Psychology at Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Associate Director of CRISE and a researcher with the Chair on intellectual disability and behavioural disorder at UQAM. She received a PhD in Psychology in September 2014. Her thesis looked at the impact of train suicides and other serious railway incidents on railway employees in Canada. In 2014, she co-authored several scientific reports on this topic with Professor Mishara. Cécile Bardon is currently working as co-researcher on two research projects involving various players in practice and community settings. The first project is funded by the Institut de recherche Robert Sauvé en santé et sécurité au travail (IRSST) and focuses on the evaluation of support practices following a critical railway incident in Canada. The second project, funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, seeks to better understand and assess the risk of suicide among individuals with an intellectual disability or who are on the autism spectrum. Knowledge transfer and application are important objectives for this researcher, who is involved in developing and facilitating various activities to disseminate and transfer knowledge in suicide prevention, as well as in modeling the application of knowledge with UQAM’s research chair on the application of knowledge among youth and families in difficulty.

Cécile Bardon and D Morin and L Millette. (2020). Stratégie innovante de mobilisation des connaissances en prévention du suicide chez les personnes ayant une DI ou un TSA : collaborer avec le réseau pour améliorer les services. pp. 108 p..

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Cécile Bardon and Xénia Halmov and Brian Mishara and Diane Morin and Daphné Morin and Anne-Marie Ouimet and Julie Mérineau-Côté and Jonathan Weiss. (2017). Repérage des personnes à risque de comportements suicidaires par les psychoéducateurs oeuvrant auprès de clientèles présentant un trouble du spectre de láutisme. Pratiques psychoéducatives innovantes auprès des personnes ayant un trouble du spectre de láutisme - De lénfance à l'âge adulte. pp. 183-197.

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Brian Mishara and Marc Daigle and Cécile Bardon and François Chagnon and Bogdan Balan and Sylvaine Raymond and Julie Campbell. (2016). Comparison of the effects of telephone suicide prevention help by volunteers and professional paid staff: Results from studies in the USA and Quebec, Canada. 46: Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior: (5) pp. 577-587.

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Cécile Bardon and Louis-Philippe Côté and Brian Mishara. (2016). Cluster analysis of characteristics of persons who died by suicide in the Montreal Metro transit: Analysis of variations over time. 37: Crisis: (5) pp. 377-384.

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Cécile Bardon and Brian Mishara. (2015). Systematic review of the impact of suicides and other critical incidents on railway personnel. 45: Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior: (6) pp. 720-731.

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Cécile Bardon and D Morin and A -M Ouimet and C Mongeau. (2014). Comprendre et prévenir le risque suicidaire chez les personnes présentant une déficience intellectuelle ou un trouble du spectre de l’autisme : consultation d’experts. pp. xvi, 37 p..

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Cécile Bardon. (2014). Analyse de límpact des décès, accidents et autres incidents ferroviaires sur les employés et proposition d'un protocole intégré de soutien dans le milieu de travail.

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Brian Mishara and X Halmov and Cécile Bardon. (2013). Suicide: Famille protectrice ou fragilisante?. [xx]: Santé mentale: (182) pp. 20-25.

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Brian Mishara and Cécile Bardon. (2013). Railway Suicides in Canada and Around the World: Agendas for Prevention and Research. pp. 9 p..

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Brian Mishara and Cécile Bardon. (2013). Risk factors for railway suicide and countermeasures to reduce the prevalence of railway suicides.

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Cécile Bardon and Brian Mishara. (2013). Prevention of the negative impact on railway crew after involvement in a rail fatality.

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Cécile Bardon and Brian Mishara. (2012). Reducing the Impact of Railway Fatalities on Crew Members. pp. 11 p..

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François Chagnon and Georgia Vrakas and Cécile Bardon and M Daigle and Janie Houle. (2008). Consensus entre la recherche et la pratique pour améliorer les programmes en prévention du suicide chez les hommes.

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François Chagnon and Janie Houle and M Daigle and Brian Mishara and Cécile Bardon. (2008). Application des connaissances scientifiques en prévention du suicide. Vérification d'une stratégie fondée sur la communauté de pratique. 21: Frontières: (1) pp. 90-97.

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Brian Mishara and François Chagnon and M Daigle and Bogdan Balan and S Raymond and I Marcoux and Cécile Bardon and J K Campbell and A L Berman. (2007). Which helper behaviors and intervention styles are related to better short-term outcomes in telephone crisis intervention? Results from a silent monitoring study of calls to the UṠ. 1-800-SUICIDE network. 37: Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior: (3) pp. 308-321.

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Brian Mishara and François Chagnon and M Daigle and Bogdan Balan and S Raymond and I Marcoux and Cécile Bardon and J K Campbell and A L Berman. (2007). Comparing models of helper behavior to actual practice in telephone crisis intervention: a silent monitoring study of calls to the UṠ. 1-800-SUICIDE network. 37: Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior: (3) pp. 291-307.

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Brian Mishara and François Chagnon and M Daigle and Bogdan Balan and S Raymond and I Marcoux and Cécile Bardon and J K Campbell and A Berman. (2005). L'écoute téléphonique aide-t-elle les personnes suicidaires? Résumé d'une recherche sur le processus et les effets des interventions effectuées par des centres d'écoute. Prévention du suicide. pp. 37-48.

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Brian Mishara and François Chagnon and M Daigle and Bogdan Balan and S Raymond and I Marcoux and Cécile Bardon and J K Campbell. (2004). A Silent Monitoring Study of Telephone Help Provided over the Hopeline Network and its Short-Term Effects. pp. 199 p..

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Topics of interest

Subject 1 : Suicide
Subject 2 : Workplace
Subject 3 : Mental Health

Contact information

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