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Take a look at our e-newsletter featuring some of the diverse research happening at CAMH and the Campbell Family Mental Health Research Institute.
As part of a multinational, collaborative effort, researchers from CAMH have helped identify over 100 locations in the human genome associated with the risk of developing schizophrenia, in what is the largest genomic study published on any psychiatric disorder to date.
An ongoing survey of Ontario students in grades seven to 12 reveals a number of significant behavioural trends, including an alarming number of young people who are texting while driving.
Universal coverage without universal access: ICES and CAMH study shows that access to psychiatrists depends on how they practice. Healthier, wealthier patients treated more frequently, with longer visits.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has released its Global Status Report on Alcohol and Health 2014, showing that 4.1% of Canadians are dependent on alcohol, a higher prevalence than for the WHO Region of the Americas, which is at 3.4%. Across the world, 3.3 million deaths in 2012 were due to harmful use of alcohol.
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 News & Discoveries

 
​  See all Research News Releases.
 

 CAMHblog

 

What can we do to stop physician burnout in Canada? 
​Dr. Stephen Kish blogs on a new study by Senior Scientist Dr. Carolyn Dewa on the consequences of physician burnout.

The future is here: My experience with personalized medicine
Larry Meikle, retired civil servant and MFA student, writes about depression and how the CAMH IMPACT study changed his life.

 

 New Reports & Books

 

research-strategic-plan.jpgThe CAMH Research Strategic Plan 2013-2017 is now available, providing a roadmap for our next four years. Our vision: Transforming Lives Through Research. ​

Atlas on the Primary Care of Adults with Developmental Disabilities in Ontario​: Produced with the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (updated with full report, Dec 2013)

 

 

 Videos

 
CAMH researchers are in the process of developing a natural supplement to help prevent post-partum depression, which affects 13 per cent of childbearing women.

 

 

 In the Media

 

Brain protein and depression in perimenopause
Dr. Jeff Meyer appears on Canada AM (June 2014)
  

Scientist on the road to developing antidepressant with fewer side effects
The Toronto Star
 reports on Dr. Fang Liu's latest discovery (June 2014) 

 

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