A Collaboration of Mental Health Stakeholders
The Alberta Addiction & Mental Health Research Partnership Program is a multi-disciplinary and multi-sectoral collaboration of addiction and mental health service providers, research institutions, government ministries, non-profit organizations, and others who work together to advance mental health research and translate evidence into practice. Our partners recognize that addiction and mental health research is crucial in improving the mental wellbeing of Albertans. Read more »
Chairs Program Education Series Recordings
The Alberta Addiction and Mental Health Research Partnership Program recently hosted two Telehealth presentations by the Alberta Centennial Addiction and Mental Health Research Chairs.
Further information and recordings of presentations can be found here.
5th Addiction & Mental Health Research Showcase 2013
Regretfully, the 5th Addiction and Mental Health Research Showcase slated for September 11-13, 2013 has been cancelled.
More information can be found here.
Alberta Centennial Addiction and Mental Health Research Chairs Program
The Annual Report of Dr. Jean Addington, the Child and/or Adolescent Mental Health Research Chair, is now available for download here.
The Annual Report of Dr. Kathy Aitchison, the Mental Illness and Addictions Research Chair, is now available for download here.
On the Horizon: Addiction and Mental Health, Linking Research and Practice
We are pleased to present On the Horizon: Addiction and Mental Health, Linking Research and Practice, the e-newsletter of the Alberta Mental Health Research Partnership Program. To view current and past issues of "On the Horizon" please visit the E-newsletter Archive.
To sign-up for On the Horizon, please enter your information here.
NEW! A new Knowledge Note is now available about developmental disabilities co-occurring with mental illness.
Knowledge Notes are a series of publications made available through the Research Partnership Program. Knowledge Notes are brief 3-page summaries of current research in specific areas of addiction and mental health.
Read them here.
Knowledge Translation Planning Tools
Are you not sure how to add knowledge translation into your research project? Take a look at our KT planning tools. Read more.
Collaborative Research Grant Initiative: Mental Wellness in Seniors and Persons with Disabilities
Several CRGI grant recipients have completed their research and submitted a final report. Final reports highlight research findings and how findings may impact policy and practice. Final reports can be found here
CRGI Resource Directory
The CRGI Resource Directory has been launched! The CRGI Resource Directory is a searchable, web-based repository of resources related to mental wellness of seniors and persons with disabilites including, but not limited to published literature, websites, organizations, and professional development information.
Take a look at the Directory here