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Building on the aging brain’s capacity to cope

Looking for clues that could delay, prevent or reverse the progression of conditions like Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.

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Youth Wellness Hubs Ontario expands virtual youth mental health services with support from RBC Future Launch

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Workplace mental health top of mind for Canada’s business leaders

Last month, more than 80 executive business leaders attended CAMH’s inaugural Business Leaders for Mental Health Action summit.

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CAMH, YWHO, ACCESS Open Minds and Foundry launch first-of-its kind initiative to help young people with mental health challenges find employment

Funded by the Future Skills Centre, project will provide support more than 700 youth in 12 locations

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The CAMH BrainHealth Databank

How a hospital-wide commitment to collaborative patient-centred care enhanced by machine-learning is poised to transform the diagnosis, treatment and care of mental illness at CAMH

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York University and CAMH launch first-of-its-kind Canadian Guide on Mental Health Literacy for Autism

Free online document a key resource for autistic and autism communities, families, caregivers, mental health practitioners, and service providers

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Large numbers of regular drug users report increased substance use and heightened fear of relapse and overdose during COVID-19

CAMH survey indicates drug users are being disproportionately impacted by COVID in a variety of ways, in large part due to supply disruption and other COVID-related societal changes.

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Genetic predisposition to schizophrenia may increase risk of psychosis from cannabis use

Cannabis users with high genetic predisposition to schizophrenia had pronounced higher rates of psychotic experiences than non-users

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One year into pandemic, about one in five Canadians reporting high levels of mental distress

CAMH clinicians on the front lines say Canada was already in a mental health crisis before COVID-19 began, and the pandemic is exacerbating the emergency

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New research finds majority of children with autism may be ‘doing well’

National study led by SickKids and CAMH takes a strengths-based approach to autism assessment

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