In order to ensure the ongoing safety of our patients and staff, please note that CAMH is maintaining the requirement for universal masking of staff, patients, visitors/essential care partners, contractors/vendors at CAMH. A hospital-approved mask will be required to enter into our buildings and in all common areas. Further, current screening stations and protocols are also being maintained and there will be no change in the requirement for anyone with COVID-19 symptoms or exposure risks to not enter the hospital.
In this issue of our research newsletter, see our special focus on Indigenous research, and find out about advances in understanding Alzheimer's disease, separation anxiety and alcohol use.
Winter 2018 Edition
Over the past few months, we've seen great progress on a number of research fronts. In this issue of CAMH Discovers Quarterly, we shine a spotlight on several initiatives related to research in collaboration with Indigenous communities.
The Changing Landscape of Indigenous Research
Across Canada, the way research takes place in Indigenous communities is changing. As partners on a growing number of projects, CAMH researchers and Indigenous communities are building approaches to enhance mental wellness they hope will spread.