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Summer 2015

CAMH Discovers - News from CAMH Research and the Campbell Family Mental Health Research Institute
Summer 2015
Man on bench

Improving care for depression and alcohol use

Eight centres in Ontario are implementing a new model – developed at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) – that treats major depression and alcohol dependence simultaneously, and with better outcomes.

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For the first time, Ontario adults can take part in an online version of the CAMH Monitor survey.

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Save the date! Research Symposium

Our 2015 Campbell Family Mental Health Research Symposium is set for November 9. Dr. David Nutt is our keynote speaker. 

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Scientists at Work
Molecule Dr. Il-Ho Kim EEG cap

Searching for a new target in our DNA

Can we unlock secrets in our genetic makeup to help treat depression? Dr. Albert Wong is seeking an answer.

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Shining a light on the immigrant experience

Raising awareness of the mental health and well-being of immigrants to Canada is a goal of Dr. Il-Ho Kim.

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EEG study aims to predict psychosis

Dr. Michael Kiang is exploring if subtle brain changes can identify people who are likely to develop schizophrenia.

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Research Roundup
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A new framework for global mental health

An innovative, adaptable framework for global mental health can serve as a model for research projects and primary care interventions.

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Modified model, better results: schizophrenia

A shorter, more sustainable version of a successful approach could make this treatment available to more people with schizophrenia.

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Social media and student mental health

Is there a connection between social media use and mental health in young people? A new analysis looks at this question.

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