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CAMH Daily Update: October 21, 2020

These are extraordinary times and CAMH is committed to transparency and communication with the community that we serve.

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The CAMH Hope app delivers on its name

How a collaborative effort led to a revolutionary tool to save lives

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CAMH Daily Update: October 19, 2020

These are extraordinary times and CAMH is committed to transparency and communication with the community that we serve.

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Dr. Juveria Zaheer

Research News: Implicit gender bias in medicine persists— and recognizing it is just the first step

Women are still “underrepresented in senior faculty and leadership roles,” and face more challenges than men in their research careers.

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Dr. Yona Lunsky

Research News: Understanding the mental health needs of Direct Support Professionals during COVID-19

One quarter of professionals who work with people with developmental disabilities reported experiencing moderate-to-severe distress

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COVID-19 pandemic adversely affecting mental health of women and people with children

Ongoing national survey series by CAMH and Delvinia tracks pandemic mental health and substance use

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TAHSN Statement on the Death of Joyce Echaquan

We share the profound sadness of Ms. Echaquan’s family and decry the ongoing racism experienced by Indigenous people in healthcare.

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Dr. Tarek Rajji

Toronto Dementia Research Alliance finds new home and leadership at CAMH

The TDRA has welcomed Dr. Tarek Rajji as its new Executive Director, and moved its headquarters to CAMH.

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Simon the dancing bear

CAMH patient Simon Shimout (aka Napayok) began learning how to carve while growing up in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut.

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CAMH Marks Completion of Phase 1C Redevelopment Project

CAMH welcomed Premier Doug Ford and Ministers Christine Elliott and Michael Tibollo to mark the completion of Phase 1C of CAMH’s historic redevelopment.

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