Poster 1

Investigation of Child Labor during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Stephany Aguiar, Carlos Albizu University, United States of America
The purpose of this systematic literature review is to investigate modern enslavement of immigrant children during COVID-19 Pandemic. The search of the literature yielded four articles that met the inclusion criteria. Results demonstrated an increase in child trafficking due to school closures, law enforcement burnout, and economic burden.


Poster 2

COVID-19, Teachers, Mental Health Professionals, Well-Being, and International Children’s Rights

Deborah Anne Stiles, Joseph Parks, Sara Price, Tierra Metcalfe, Michelle Gestring, Keary Ritchie, Diana Carvajal, Webster University, United States of America

AIM: In 2020, we presented a poster, “The Impact of COVID-19 on PreK-12 Teachers, School-Based Mental Health Professionals, and their Abilities to Support International Children’s Rights: A Preliminary Investigation” at the ICP virtual conference Main Point: In 2022, we will present a follow-up study that compares responses from 2020/2021 with responses from 2022.

Poster 3

Co-Development of an Intervention for Long-Term Care During COVID-19.
Nadine Mounir, Natasha Gallant, University of Regina ARC Research Unit, Canada
Our aim is to provide an overview of the co-development of intervention for long-term care homes during COVID-19 and, through a co-development process with long-term care essential care partners and staff, we were able to develop a virtual course on infection prevention and control that meets the home’s needs.



Poster 4

Sexual Abuse, Suicidal Intention and Mental Well-being of Nigerian Undergraduates.
Anyalewa Alan Ajonye, Hannah Victor, Department of Psychology, Benue State University, Makurdi, Nigeria

The aim of the study was to investigate the influence of sexual abuse and suicidal intention on the mental well-being of students. All three hypotheses were found to be statistically significant. Sexual and suicidal intention influence our mental well-being and should be recognised as so among university students.

Poster 5

Gender Differences in Suicidal Ideation and Non-Suicidal Self Injury among Young Adults in COVID-19
Sadia Sohail, Iram Gul, Fatima Jinnah Women University, Pakistan
The present research aimed to assess gender differences in the prevalence of Suicidal Ideation (SI) and urge for Non-Suicidal Self Injury (NSSI) among young adults, in the times of COVID-19 pandemic. A high prevalence of SI and NSSI were noted among young boys and girls.