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Research Studies

Find active research studies underway in mental health in your community. Our database includes clinical trials, as well as other studies such as studies from university psychology departments. Participating in a research study is a great way to make a difference, and in some cases, is also a good way to receive (free) mental health help.

If you are a researcher, registering in our database is a great way to advertise your study and help with recruitment. The eMentalHealth Research Study Directory is funded in part by the Institute of Mental Health Research (IMHR) and the CHEO Psychiatry Associates Group.
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Ongoing and future research studies
Tue Jul 13, 2021 to Wed Jul 13, 2022
Conditions Addressed: Major Depressive Disorder (Depression)
Depression is associated with fluctuating mood states, as well as difficulties with things like attention, concentration and memory. Research has shown that ... more
Wed Jul 28, 2021 to Sun Dec 31, 2023
Conditions Addressed: Depression and PTSD diagnoses, healthy individuals
Sponsor: e-RIMh
We are looking for participants for a research project, in collaboration with @TheRoyalMHC, that explores the connection between PTSD, depression and issues ... more
Wed Jul 28, 2021 to Sat Dec 31, 2022
Conditions Addressed: Depression and PTSD diagnoses
Sponsor: Department of National Defense
We are looking for current and past members of the Canadian Armed Forces to participate in a project, in collaboration with The Royal Mental Health Centre that ... more
Tue Nov 16, 2021 to Tue Nov 15, 2022
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Conditions Addressed: COVID-19
Sponsor: CIHR
Researchers from York University and the University of Victoria are conducting an online study to determine the impacts of COVID-19 on the brain and thinking ... more
For more information about research in your area

ClinicalTrials.gov is a registry and results database of publicly and privately supported clinical studies of human participants conducted around the world. 

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