Mental Health

World’s most comprehensive study on COVID-19 mental health

Published: 8 March 2023

COVID-19 has taken a relatively limited toll on the mental health of most people around the globe, according to a paper published today in the BMJ by a McGill University-led research team involving...

Addressing violent extremism in Quebec

Published: 22 February 2023

Violent extremism in Canada is now considered a significant public health issue requiring prevention programs. At the same time that a surge in far-right movements has become a top concern for...

Shielding children from food insecurity – no protection from psychological problems

Published: 4 May 2022

It’s easy to imagine the emotional distress of both parents and children in families where there isn’t enough to eat. Especially if it happens regularly. An increasing number of studies have shown...

New mothers negatively impacted by COVID-19 pandemic policies

Published: 10 June 2021

Giving birth can be a joyous, yet stressful experience in the best of times – but what happens when a global public health crisis is thrown into the mix? McGill University and the University of...

McGill-Concordia-uOttawa research team finds correlation between COVID-19-based discrimination and poor mental health

Published: 12 May 2021

Visible minorities, health-care workers and young people in Quebec have been at higher risk of experiencing COVID-19-related discrimination and more likely to suffer from poor mental health in the...

McGill researchers launch Multicultural Mental Health Resource Centre

Published: 18 January 2021

Bell Let's Talk, McGill University, The Neuro (Montreal Neurological Institute-Hospital) and the Lady Davis Institute at the Jewish General Hospital are pleased to announce the official launch of...


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