In our latest Research Snapshot, we profile findings about improvements to screening tools that may help to identify concurrent mental health conditions in people requiring treatment for addiction.Read More “New findings focus on screening tools that can improve addiction treatment and planning”
Homewood Research Institute (HRI) is proud to announce a partnership project with Frayme that will help Canada evaluate the quality of mental health apps in a scientifically sound way.Read More “Helping Canada measure the safety and effectiveness of youth mental health apps”
It is with great pride that we announce the addition of four new members to the HRI Board of Directors, fulfilling a strategic decision to increase the size of the board from nine to 12 members.Read More “Growing the HRI Board of Directors”
The demand for rigorous mental health and addiction research is growing. To drive our mission forward, we are pleased to welcome three renowned scientists to our team.Read More “Three new scientists welcomed to HRI team”
Read More “New findings released about hospital tobacco bans, tools for measuring craving”
In our latest Research Snapshots, we profile important findings related to tobacco bans and craving measurement in inpatient settings.
Read More “New funding will support projects to help civilians with trauma, youth struggling with mental health”
Generous funding from the FDC Foundation the Ontario Trillium Foundation will support two projects that will benefit civilians and youth living with mental health problems.
GUELPH, ON, August 26, 2020 – A charitable, non-profit research institute working to save lives by improving mental health treatment in Canada will welcome a new Executive Director on September 1, 2020.
After a remarkable career as a nationally recognized leader in population health and impact-oriented science, Dr. Roy Cameron, Executive Director of HRI, has announced that he will retire on August 28, 2020.Read More “Dr. Roy Cameron announces retirement from HRI”
Thanks to the generous support of the McConnell Foundation, HRI will move forward with a project aimed at helping Canadians make the best use of digital mental health tools.Read More “Grant from the McConnell Foundation will advance digital mental health project”
HRI is committed to training the next generation of clinical researchers and scientists. Through our Trainee Program, we provide learning opportunities for graduate and post-doctoral students in the field of mental health and addiction research. Trainees work under the supervision of HRI Scientists in all areas of research.Read More “HRI trainees receive significant awards”