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CAMH's Dr. Julie George of Kettle & Stony Point First Nation shares how a research project is engaging First Nations men in sharing their experiences and helping to develop programs to address men's and boys' mental health.
CAMH and partners are launching new services to address gaps in youth mental health care, and will evaluate the new services in a study.
What causes some people to experience sudden, unexpected panic attacks repeatedly? A new CAMH-led international study has moved closer towards pinpointing the genetic causes of panic disorder.
A new CAMH website, called Gambling Communications and Research Exchange, or Gambling CARE, aims to translate current evidence into tools to help promote responsible gambling and treat problem gambling.
In an editorial in the British Journal of Psychiatry, CAMH Research Analyst Aaron Prosser and his co-authors delve into a myth about the difference between pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy.
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