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We are studying the impact of the physical and social environment of Sherbrooke neighbourhoods on the health of young adults.


The CentrÉS Study

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In the wake of urban revitalization projects in Sherbrooke, notably in the city's downtown area, the main objective of the CENTRe-Ville Équitable et en Santé (CentrÉS) study is to better understand how the physical and social environment of Sherbrooke neighbourhoods can influence neighbourhood sense of belonging, social ties and well-being among young adults. The project also aims to determine whether these elements differ between different social groups.


We are currently looking for people who would like to participate in the study!

(1 participation per person)

To know the results of the study, subscribe to our newsletter at the bottom of this page!

Merci aux 1450 personnes qui ont complété le questionnaire!

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This study is led by Martine Shareck, PhD, Professor in the Department of Community health sciences at the Université de Sherbrooke. Several  academic researchers and field and financial partners support this research.


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