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Aba Newton

Newcomer pays it forward

Aba Newton started volunteering at CAMH shortly after arriving in Canada and persevered to become a successful entrepreneur.

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15.May.2019 Dr. Yona Lunsky ​

Developmental Disabilities Health Matters

Our most recent ICES report focuses on five areas of concern.

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Mental Health Partners CEOs

New Provincial Psychotherapy Program Helping Ontarians Access Care

Mental Health Partners celebrate positive impact of the new provincial structured psychotherapy program.

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Mental Health At The Centre

A CAMH commentary by Catherine Zahn published in the Longwoods journal.

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Nurses around computer

CAMH nurse researchers hope to make positive changes

Many nurses return to school to deepen their knowledge about specific populations to find a solution to a problem they’ve encountered working in direct care.

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Dr. Juveria Zaheer

What clinicians need to know about Muslim patients with mental illness during Ramadan

A CAMH commentary published in the journal Lancet Psychiatry

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CAMH Redevelopment Update: May 2019

CAMH is only one year away from achieving substantial completion in the third phase of its redevelopment project.

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Dr. Lana Popova

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder prevalence up to 40 times higher in some subpopulations worldwide

FASD is 10 to 40 times higher in certain groups than the general population according to a study published by CAMH in the journal Addiction.

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Ontario alcohol policy report card

The Ontario government’s proposed new changes to alcohol policy will increase alcohol-related harms in the province, according to the Canadian Alcohol Policy Research (CAPE) project.

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