CAMH will participate in the third annual Bell Let’s Talk Day by generating as much talk about mental health as we can. I believe in the power of words. Read more
Dr. Kwame McKenzie, Senior Scientist in Social Equity and Health Research at CAMH, blogs about one idea he believes could improve health and reduce health inequalities.
I am always up for a challenge but this was a particularly tough one. I was asked by the British Academy, the United Kingdom’s national academy for the humanities and social sciences, to propose new ideas to improve health and equity in England to be published in a report. The collection of opinion pieces on health inequalities by leading social scientists would suggest concrete approaches to policymakers. Read more
For Alzheimer Awareness Month, CAMH’s Chief of Geriatric Psychiatry Dr. Tarek Rajji blogs about our latest research.
Misplacing house keys or forgetting where you parked at the shopping mall – we can all relate to slips in memory. For those living with Alzheimer disease, coping with the challenges of dementia and struggling with memory have a real impact on everyday life. As a clinician and a researcher, I’m excited about advances we’ve made in the field of Alzheimer disease, which offer hope for better treatments in the future. Read more