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Dr. Jeff Daskalakis, Anderson Cooper and Dr. Daniel Blumberger

CAMH featured on 60 Minutes

The work of CAMH’s Temerty Centre for Therapeutic Brain Intervention was part of a special report by Anderson Cooper on 60 Minutes.

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Gillian Strudwick interviews Stephen O’Neill about the OpenNotes mental health program in this video produced by Portico

Interview: The OpenNotes Movement

Gillian Strudwick interviews Stephen O’Neill, the founder of the OpenNotes movement for mental health, in this video from Portico.

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Team CPR training on simulation dummy.

5Qs About the Code Blue Simulation Training

The CAMH Simulation Team recently worked with the Code Blue Project to develop comprehensive training for CAMH staff, capitalizing on our simulation tools.

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Theo Garfinkle at the Suits Me Fine Fashion Show 2018

The clothes don’t make the man, but a good suit doesn’t hurt

Theo Garfinkle gave his best model stride as he strutted down the catwalk to cheers and applause at the 14th annual Suits Me Fine Fashion Show

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Young people in alley

How CAMH’s Cundill Centre is shaping the future of child and youth depression

Dr. Peter Szatmari considers the promising future of advances in the treatment of child and youth depression – and how the Cundill Centre at CAMH is helping us get there.

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Dr. Araba Chintoh

Mental Health is Health – and that includes schizophrenia

In recognition of National Schizophrenia and Psychosis Awareness Day on May 24, CAMH’s Dr. Araba Chintoh pushes for a greater understanding around mental illness.

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Silken Laumann

Mental Health is Health campaign forces ‘paradigm shift’ in public’s thinking

It didn’t take long before campaign caught the attention one of Canada’s most decorated rowers, Silken Laumann.

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Simpson the SimMan dummy sitting in a chair

Finding Simpson

Learn more about how simulation dummies enrich medical education in a mental health environment.

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One Brave Night hat sits on table

CAMH Education One Brave Night: 2018 Family Feud Edition!

CAMH Education staff have fun while supporting One Brave Night, raising over $4600.

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Technician working in magnetic stimulation therapy

Brain stimulation reduces suicidal thinking in people with hard-to-treat depression, new CAMH study shows

Findings indicate promising directions to prevent suicide across mental illnesses

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