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Man singing and woman reading from a book at Smile Serenades
22.Nov.2017

Smile Serenades

Once a week, patients and staff join together to sing, dance and experience the restorative sounds of the “Serenaders.”

About Smile Serenades
Woman with the painted art cart at CAMH
08.Nov.2017

Gifts of Light’s Art Cart Program

The Art Cart connects artists who have experienced mental illness to patients on their journey to recovery.

About Gifts of Light’s Art Cart Program
Feather held up against the sun
15.Dec.2017

Exploring Strengths, Improving Care Tools

Indigenous communities and CAMH researchers are collaborating on projects that take a strengths-based approach to promote mental wellness among Indigenous peoples.

About Exploring Strengths, Improving Care Tools
Men building the sweat lodge at Kettle & Stony Point Health Services
15.Dec.2017

A Model for Indigenous Men's Mental Health: Action Toward Healing

A participatory action research project in Kettle & Stony Point First Nation is enhancing Indigenous men’s mental health and services in the community.

About A Model for Indigenous Men's Mental Health: Action Toward Healing
Dr. Samantha Wells, Krystine Abel and Dr. Renee Linklater outside the nursing station in Sandy Lake First Nation
15.Dec.2017

The Changing Landscape of Indigenous Research

CAMH researchers and Indigenous communities are building approaches that they hope will spread in conducting research to enhance mental wellness in Indigenous communities.

About The Changing Landscape of Indigenous Research
Dr. Marco Battaglia
15.Dec.2017

Separation Anxiety Linked to Poorer Health

A CAMH study shows that children who experienced early, severe separation anxiety had worse physical and mental health in their early teen years.

About Separation Anxiety Linked to Poorer Health
CAMH’s Dr. Bernard Le Foll speaking at the 2017 CAMH Campbell Symposium
15.Dec.2017

A Call for Change

Researchers at the 2017 CAMH Campbell Family Mental Health Research Symposium called for changes in attitudes and approaches to reduce alcohol-related harms.

About A Call for Change
Picture of CAMH President and CEO Catherine Zahn speaking at the Economic Club of Canada
28.Jan.2016

Catherine Zahn at the Economic Club of Canada: ’It’s time to Act’

CAMH President and CEO invites Canada’s business community to "join in on the conversations about the health, economic and social justice issues of our time -- mental illness."

About Catherine Zahn at the Economic Club of Canada: ’It’s time to Act’
Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics announcement event
07.Sep.2017

CAMH announces opening of Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics

Breakthroughs in understanding mental illness are coming from a surprising new source—big data.

About CAMH announces opening of Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics
Rise of the machines: The brave new world of neuroinformatics - Dr. Sean Hill
09.Mar.2018

Rise of the machines: The brave new world of neuroinformatics

Sean O'Malley, co-host Dr. David Goldbloom and Dr. Sean Hill have a fascinating discussion of the past, present and future of neuroinformatics on the CAMH podcast.

About Rise of the machines: The brave new world of neuroinformatics
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