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A new way to connect with research
Would you be interested in joining a research study at CAMH?
Now, there's a new way to find out about CAMH studies that are seeking participants, and what's involved in joining a study. It's called CAMH Research Connect.
Find out more.
Tour the new website.
The changing landscape of Indigenous research
Across Canada, the way that research is taking place in Indigenous communities is changing significantly.
As partners on a growing number of projects, CAMH researchers and Indigenous communities are building approaches that they hope will spread in conducting research to enhance mental wellness in Indigenous communities.
New projects: Exploring strengths, improving care tools
Indigenous communities and CAMH researchers are collaborating on projects that take a strengths-based approach to promote mental wellness among Indigenous peoples.
A model for men's mental health: Action toward healing
A participatory action research project in Kettle & Stony Point First Nation is enhancing Indigenous men’s mental health and services in the community.
New avenue to explore treatments for Alzheimer's disease
In an innovative study, CAMH researchers have discovered brain changes linked to memory loss in people with Alzheimer’s disease.
Separation anxiety linked to poorer health
Children who experienced early, severe separation anxiety had worse physical and mental health in their early teen years.
Calling for changes to prevent alcohol harms
Our 2017 Campbell Research Symposium highlighted the need for greater awareness and approaches to reduce alcohol-related harms.
Brief interventions could save lives
A CAMH-led study finds brief interventions for alcohol use and hypertension could make a substantial impact on improving health.