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New research initiative is training community pharmacists to be a key resource in delivering personalized medicine to individuals.
New evidence-based toolkit developed by Health Care Access Research and Developmental Disabilities Program (H-CARDD) will help family health teams provide better, more proactive care for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Nearly 10 per cent of teens in three Canadian provinces said they had gambled online in the past three months, according to a new study by researchers from CAMH and the University of Waterloo.
New research led by CAMH shows that life expectancy declined significantly and rapidly in three countries where policy changes increased access to prescription opioids, alcohol or illicit drugs.
How people respond after consuming alcohol may predict the likelihood of developing drinking problems at the time of greatest risk: the young adult years.
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 Studies at CAMH

 

Visit our study database to find CAMH studies seeking participants for the following issues:
Addiction
Anxiety
Bipolar disorder
Cannabis
Depression
Schizophrenia
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 New Reports & Books

 

The Ontario Student Drug Use and Health Survey 2015: ​View the latest Drug Use Findings in our new digital format. (Dec. 2015)

CAMH Research Snapshots 2015 showcases the questions that drive our research – and the images that reveal the answers. (Nov. 2015) 

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

 

 Videos

 

Learn how scientists in our Campbell Family Mental Health Research Institute are solving the mysteries of the brain and mental health

 

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CAMH breakthrough special magazine

A Globe and Mail special magazine features CAMH's Campbell Family Mental Health Research Institute. See the breakthrough magazine.

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