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Post-Secondary Student Mental Health Research Training Series

The Post-Secondary Student Mental Health Research Training e-module series has been co-designed with students, staff, and faculty researchers. Its purpose is to provide foundational knowledge and establish common language, competencies, and values for engaging in post-secondary student mental health research.

The series was developed with two complementary streams – the first stream is designed to advance student capacity in post-secondary mental health research and student engagement, and the second, to support staff and faculty to engage post-secondary students in numerous research roles.

Module 1: All About Post-Secondary Student Mental Health Research

All About Post-Secondary Student Mental Health Research introduces key terms and basic concepts related to the development, conduct, and mobilization of mental health research in a post-secondary context to those who are interested in this type of research, and would like to learn more.

This module is hosted by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). In order to receive a certificate of completion, please create an account through the online learning platform before beginning the module.


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Funded by the Connaught Global Challenge Award and additional Connaught Global Research Impact Program (C-GRIP).