CBC News: Resilience in kids with juvenile arthritis
Published March 7th, 2022
“There is a lot of pain associated with the disease and a lot of research around pain is focused on some of the tough parts. It’s focused on how much it hurts…But there’s a lot less research that’s actually looking at how do people continue to thrive and bounce back despite this diagnosis.”
CBC News interviewed PhD student, Yvonne Brandelli, about her research on resilience in youth (13-18 years old) with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis & their caregivers. Click here to read the story!