Media from all over the globe contacted CAMH recently to cover the results of two ground-breaking studies from CAMH Research.
Outlets ranging from BBC to Global National TV covered a study by Dr. James Cantor indicating that pedophilia may result from
faulty connections in the brain. And print, broadcast ad online media continue to cover the Ontario Student Drug Use and Health
Survey (OSDUHS), which has been tracking trends of young people's substance use for 30 years.
|Acting Chief of Research Louis Gliksman answers questions from reporters during a news conference about the Ontario Student
Drug Use and Health Survey (OSDUHS)|
Canada Newswire rated the OSDUHS release as one of the top ten accessed by media one its first day alone, out of some 521
Visit CAMH in the Media for more detail and to read the news release.