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A new study at CAMH has found a clinically useful way to predict who won’t develop Alzheimer’s disease, based on patients’ awareness of their memory problems.
What is the future of psychiatry? The World Psychiatric Association and journal The Lancet Psychiatry set out to explore this question, bringing together mental health professionals, researchers, and service users who examined where psychiatry has been, its current status and its potential future.
A first-of-its-kind control trial in Canada conducted by CAMH’s Office of Transformative Global Health has found that anti-stigma interventions in primary health care settings lead to lower levels of stigmatizing attitudes.
Since 2012, CAMH nurses have had the opportunity to pursue the Barford Advanced Practice Nursing Scholarship, thanks to a generous investment made by the Ralph M. Barford and John and Jocelyn Barford Foundations.
The sun was shining as hundreds gathered at CAMH’s Queen Street site to celebrate the groundbreaking of its third phase of redevelopment (Phase 1C).
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