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Spring 2016

CAMH Discovers - News from CAMH Research and the Campbell Family Mental Health Research Institute
Spring 2016
Man looking at cell phone screen

CAMH app aims to boost motivation in people with schizophrenia


A new mobile app created by CAMH researchers is aiming to treat motivation problems in people with schizophrenia. It also offers a new way for health care providers to support and collaborate with clients during their treatment.

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Dr. Lena Quilty and the Gambling CARE team Graph of health care usage Psychiatrist and client meeting

New Gambling CARE website launches


The evidence-based site offers tools to help promote responsible gambling and treat problem gambling.

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​“If you don’t measure, you can’t improve”


Dr. Paul Kurdyak explains how measurement is improving mental health and addictions services.

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Medication or psychotherapy?


CAMH's Aaron Prosser explores a myth about pharmacotherapy versus psychotherapy.

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Scientists at Work
Young woman crouched on a street Dr. Margaret Hahn Two men at an education program in Colombia

Striving to end LGBTQ youth homelessness


Dr. Alex Abramovich is leading several initiatives to build evidence for change, in Canada and internationally.

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Intervening to prevent serious side effects


Dr. Margaret Hahn is investigating how to prevent a higher risk of heart disease in people with schizophrenia.

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Successful models in low-resource settings


Dr. Sean Kidd shares insights from five successful mental health interventions from across the globe.

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Research Roundup
Teen girl reading message on her cell phone Model of DNA Dr. Tracey Skilling

Social media risks for young people


New research finds risks of cyberbullying and unhealthy eating behaviours in young people who use social media.

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​Two genes linked to panic disorder


A CAMH-led international study has moved closer to pinpointing the genetic causes of panic disorder.

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Youth mental health court succeeding


Toronto’s first mental health court for youth is improving access to treatment, according to new research.

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