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From pregnancy to late life, CAMH research across the lifespan is showcased in the 2013-2014 CAMH Research Report.
More than 230,000 Ontario adults seriously contemplated suicide in the last year, according to the latest CAMH Monitor. First introduced in 1977, it is the longest ongoing representative survey of adult mental health and substance use trends in Canada.
CAMH and the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto released a new report that sheds light on the issue of homelessness among newcomer youth, and youth born outside of Canada.
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.
Take a look at our e-newsletter featuring some of the diverse research happening at CAMH and the Campbell Family Mental Health Research Institute.
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 News & Discoveries

 
​  See all Research News Releases.
 

 Studies at CAMH

 

Find CAMH studies seeking participants for the following issues:
Addiction
Anxiety
Bipolar disorder
Depression
Schizophrenia
Smoking

Find CAMH studies seeking the following:
Healthy individuals 

 

 Events

 

Nov. 18 Innovations in Brain Science: The Evolution of Therapeutics. 2nd Annual Campbell Family Mental Health Research Symposium. View the symposium webcast. 

 

 New Reports & Books

 

Hidden in Our Midst, community-based research report, highlights the unique barriers to access and service needs of newcomer youth who experience homelessness (Nov 2014).

OSDUHS2013_Cover_MHReportDetailed_Sharepoint.jpgThe Mental Health and Well-Being Mental Report with findings from the 2013 OSDUHS is now available for download. Topics new to the 2013 report include tanning bed use, bicycle helmet use, and texting while driving.

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. Arvid Carlsson, recipient of the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 2000 in conversation with Dr. Jeff Daskalakis and Dr. James Kennedy of CAMH's Campbell Family Mental Health Research Institute.
 

 In the Media

 

Brain stimulation therapy can help depression when other medications fail 
Canadian Press reports (Nov 2014)

Pot should be legalized, regulated and sold like alcohol
The Globe and Mail reports on CAMH's new cannabis policy framework (Oct 2014)

CAMH Challenge: Get judgmental for mental health
Five young scientists face off for a $10k prize. The Toronto Star gives a run down of each competitor and why they deserve to win (Oct 2014)

 

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