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Dr. Yona Lunsky

Research News: One in eight Ontario pregnancies are to women with a disability

Pregnancy rates for women with disabilities in Ontario have risen in the past 15 years, according to study.

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CAMH partners with Healthy Debate to support youth with lived experience to promote change

CAMH and Healthy Debate have launched a new partnership with the creation of the site, Our Voice Matters.

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CAMH accepts recommendations from external review panel

Takes immediate action to improve patient recovery and public safety

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Dr. Daniel Blumberger demonstrates intermittent theta burst stimulation

Research News: The most cost-effective form of brain stimulation

Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) is more cost-effective than electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), according to a new study

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Sireesha Bobbili of CAMH and Ruth Rodney of York University led the qualitative component of a new report examining violence against women in Guyana. L to R: Sireesha Bobbili (CAMH), Honourable Lilian Chatterjee (Canadian High Commissioner to Guyana), Ruth Rodney (York University). Image credit: Carl Croker

Changing the statistics around gender-based violence

gender-based violence continues to be a global epidemic. At least one in three women and girls experience physical or sexual violence in their lifetime. In Canada, 67 per cent of people reportedly know at least one woman who had experienced physical or sexual abuse. Every act of gender-based violence is one too many.

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Dr. Peter Selby

CAMH forms key partnerships in addressing opioid crisis

When the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario decided it needed to expand the scope of its annual conference on Opioid Use Disorder to include more partners, they turned to CAMH.

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Dr. Alex Abramovich speaking at event

Striving for equality on Transgender Day of Remembrance

On Transgender Day of Remembrance people commemorate the lives of transgender people who have been killed due to violence, hatred and prejudice.

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Dr. Thomas Prevot, Dr. Jeff Wardell and Dr. Isabelle Boileau

CAMH Engage Breakthrough Challenge 2019 awarded to Dr. Thomas Prevot

Nearly 300 young professionals gathered at Ricarda’s Toronto to award $10,000 as part of the 6th Annual Breakthrough Challenge, a signature event by CAMH Engage in support of mental health research.

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Dr. George Foussias received Seed Funding in the Discovery Fund’s first competition.

CAMH again ranked as the top mental health research hospital in Canada

CAMH is also listed as one of Canada’s top-ranked research-intensive hospitals overall.

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