The Child and Family Research Lab
The Child and Family Research Lab is comprised of a diverse group of researchers, students, and faculty from the University of Hawaii, Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work. The research lab explores topics that are of concern to the well-being of families and children in Hawaii, in the United States, and internationally. In particular, the Child and Welfare Research Lab is producing cutting-edge research about social welfare issues for Asian and Pacific Islanders, is the only research lab in the United States that focuses on the social welfare and social work needs of the Pacific. The Child and Family Research Lab is comprised of six distinct research areas:
Learn more about the faculty, students, and staff in the child and family research lab on the people page.
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