Schizophrenia Society of Nova Scotia

A Reason to Hope.  The Means to Cope.

Research

The Schizophrenia Society of Nova Scotia encourages research into cost-effective and evidence-based treatments for schizophrenia and psychosis.  Our immediate objective is to advocate for early detection and effective treatment, the best evidence-based treatment options, and recovery.  Our long-term goal is for approaches to prevent the onset of these brain disorders and to ultimately achieve a cure for all those who live with these illnesses.

Current activities:

     Involvement with the Nova Scotia Early Psychosis Program and the Key

      Findings in Early Psychosis Knowledge Sharing Initiative

     Founding member, in partnership with researchers at Dalhousie University

      and elsewhere, of the Nova Scotia Psychosis Research Unit.

For more information on the Nova Scotia Psychosis Research Unit, contact Dr. Phil Tibbo, Dr. Paul Janssen Chair in Psychotic Disorders, Department of Psychiatry, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Telephone: (902) 473-1871

Email: phil.tibbo@cdha.nshealth.ca.

     Posting of links to important international research results on Facebook,

      Twitter, and the Schizophrenia Society of Nova Scotia’s blog

Useful research links:

           American Psychiatric Association

           Boston University, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation

           Canadian Psychiatric Association

           Evidence in Health and Social Care (NHS Evidence)

           NHS Evidence - Mental Health

           Psychiatric News

           Psychosocial Rehabilitation Canada

           Schizophrenia Annual Evidence Update 2010 (NHS Evidence)

           Schizophrenia Bulletin

           Schizophrenia Research Forum

           Transformational Research in Adolescent Mental Health (TRAM)

 

 

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