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Can we unlock secrets in our genetic makeup to help treat depression? Dr. Albert Wong is seeking an answer.
A modified version of a successful treatment is improving the day-to-day lives of people with schizophrenia, and its shorter, more sustainable approach could make the beneficial treatment available to more people.
For the first time, Ontario adults can participate in an online version of the CAMH Monitor, the longest-running survey about the attitudes and experiences of Ontario adults around alcohol and other drugs, mental health and well-being.
CAMH researchers find that dispensing of other strong opioids and opioid-related deaths continue to rise despite reductions in oxycodone dispensing.
Want to participate in a research study at CAMH? It’s safe, confidential, and easy with our online registry and study search tools. Research participants can help us improve care and help to drive mental health and addictions research in Canada.
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 Studies at CAMH

 

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 New Reports & Books

 

Developing Mental Health Pathways and Partnerships in Toronto for Children and Youth was the inaugural conference of the Margaret and Wallace McCain Centre for Child, Youth & Family Mental Health (May 2015).

 
 

Cover image from The Burden and Economic Impact of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in CanadaThe Burden and Economic Impact of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) in Canada is a study that estimates the overall burden and cost associated with FASD in Canada in 2013 (Feb 2015).

Lifetime Risk of Alcohol-Attributable Mortality is a report on mortality risk based on alcohol consumption levels in seven European countries, and on implications for low-risk drinking guidelines (Jan 2015).

research-strategic-plan.jpgThe CAMH Research Strategic Plan 2013-2017  provides a roadmap for our research program. Our vision: Transforming Lives Through Research. ​ 

 

 Videos

 

Dr. Carolyn Dewa, Head of the Centre for Research on Employment and Workplace Health, talks about the emerging phenomenon of workers using amphetamine-like stimulants to compete or get ahead at work.

 

 In the Media

 

Lack of food access impacting health care costs: study finds
Dr. Paul Kurdyak speaks with Canada AM on CTV News about new research that shows that hunger in Canada leads to poorer health, higher health costs. (August 2015)

 

Fentanyl: The king of all opiates, and a killer drug crisis
In this Maclean's article and video, Dr. Peter Selby talks about this potent and deadly drug. (June 2015)


How more women are drinking like men — and why it’s dangerous
TVO's The Inside Agenda Blog speaks with Dr. Jürgen Rehm about the increase in women among "heavy drinkers." (June 2015)

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