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New CAMH cannabis hub to equip service providers with latest evidence

CAMH was awarded funding to develop and launch an online cannabis information hub.

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CAMH’s wellness guide to the playoffs

The daily routines of millions of Canadians are about to become disrupted in a major way this week with the beginning of the NHL playoffs.

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Volunteers are making tax season less taxing for patients

Volunteer accountants provide their expertise to guide patients through the tax return process and help them file their claims.

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Stronger Partnerships for Better Access

As Budget Day in Ontario approaches, we have an opportunity to reflect on how our health care system is meeting the needs of Ontarians.

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Spark Joy! How decluttering can help your mental health

Did you know decluttering can also help improve your mental health?

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CAMH celebrates volunteers

CAMH’s volunteers share their time, energy and passions with patients across a range of programs at the hospital.

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Integrated care pathway team members (from left): CAMH’s Dr. Tarek Rajji, Dr. Sanjeev Kumar and Rong Ting, and Dr. Peter Derkach
29.Mar.2019

CAMH treatment model for Alzheimer's agitation expands into large-scale studies

The new way of treating agitation and aggression in people with Alzheimer’s disease is showing positive outcomes, and will be tested in seven sites across Canada.

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Dr. Breno Diniz
29.Mar.2019

Could a blood test guide care for those with late-life depression?

A new study by Dr. Breno Diniz is advancing CAMH’s goal of finding biological measures of mental illness.

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28.Mar.2019

Preventing mental illness in later years

In this Q&A with CAMH's leading experts in late-life mental health, we explore the mental health concerns that affect older Canadians and how CAMH researchers are addressing these issues.

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25.Mar.2019

Finding new ways to treat late-life depression

Depression among older people may bring added challenges, including a greater risk of developing dementia. CAMH researchers are studying new approaches to treat late-life depression.

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Showcase your hidden talent for CAMH One Brave Night for Mental Health.