COVID-19 and Mental Health (CMH) Initiative

COVID-19 and Mental Health (CMH) Initiative: Knowledge Mobilization Products

The CMH Initiative was designed to fund mental health and substance use research during COVID-19, and to ensure the rapid mobilization of this new, critical knowledge. CIHR and partners have developed knowledge mobilization products to ensure the timely and effective dissemination of evidence-based, authoritative information to those who need it most.

Virtual Learning Series: Impacts of COVID-19 on women's mental health and substance use
April 16, 2021

Join CIHR-INMHA for a virtual learning event on the impacts of COVID-19 on women's mental health and substance use. Space is limited! Register by April 29.

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Key Messages: Mental health and substance use impacts of COVID-19 on children, youth and families
March 19, 2021

See important findings from research projects funded through the COVID-19 and Mental Health Initiative’s Knowledge Synthesis: COVID-19 in Mental Health and Substance Use funding opportunity.

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Key Messages: Mental health and substance use impacts of COVID-19 on individuals with a chronic disease or chronic pain, and patients on waitlists
March 19, 2021

See important findings from research projects funded through the COVID-19 and Mental Health Initiative’s Knowledge Synthesis: COVID-19 in Mental Health and Substance Use funding opportunity.

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Mental health and substance use impacts of COVID-19: Lay summary of knowledge synthesis projects
March 22, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in increased mental health challenges and substance-related harms for many Canadians. This report summarizes the results of an in-depth analysis of the final reports submitted by knowledge synthesis grantees in November 2020.

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