The objective of this two-part study was to provide an analysis of the most common approaches to measuring family dynamics that are thought to play a determinant role in child development.
The analysis is to promote a better understanding of the relationship between the current measures and child outcomes, and to identify priorities to improve the collection of data on family dynamics in Canada.
Published: July 2009
Capability: Policy Research
Policy Area: Health - Population Health, P-12 Education - Preschool
Population: Communities and Families - Children
Type: Final report