Research Listings

The following studies have been approved by their respective research ethics board. Please contact the study coordinator directly if you wish to participate or for further information.

If you wish to list your study on the MHPconnector, please email communications@oamhp.ca

Research Participant Recruitment - Concussion Telerehabilitation Study

Researchers in the Department of Occupational Therapy at the University of Toronto are currently recruiting youth with concussion to participate in a study exploring the use of telerehabilitation for concussion management.

Youth will participate in a 6-week rehabilitation program consisting of education, support and low-intensity exercise delivered by a kinesiologist or occupational therapist through weekly videoconferencing appointments.

Who can participate?

  • Youth (ages 13-18 years) experiencing concussion symptoms
  • At least 2 weeks post-concussion

For more information or to help with participant recruitment, please contact the research team at oaktelerehab@utoronto.ca or 416-946-3273.

Thank you for supporting this important research.

 

Practitioners’ Responses and Experience of the Psychotherapy Act

Dear registered health professional,

I am a Master’s student at the University of Guelph studying Couple and Family Therapy, working under the supervision of Dr. Olga Smoliak. I am seeking participants for a research study that explores practitioners’ responses and experience of the Psychotherapy Act, which was fully enforced in January 2020.

This survey will provide valuable information regarding how the Psychotherapy Act is being taken up by covered professionals and how it is impacting their relationship to their profession, other colleges and institutions. It also provides you a chance to anonymously voice your opinion and reflect on your experiences of the new legislation.

The survey should take 15 to 20 minutes to complete. The link to the survey is:

 

Research Opportunity: Impact of COVID-19 on Wellbeing and Mental Health Services

Are you a mental health practitioner or an individual receiving or seeking psychotherapy?

The McGill Mindfulness Research Lab is recruiting participants for an online study assessing the impact of COVID-19 on wellbeing and mental health services. Participation in this study should take approximately 90 minutes. If you choose to participate in this study, you will be asked to answer several questionnaires on topics such as your experience during the COVID-19 pandemic, your wellbeing, and your distress. As compensation for taking part in this study, you will be entered into a draw for the chance to win 1 of 40 $100 gift cards (there is a 1 out of 10 chance of winning). Participation is voluntary. Please note the study is conducted in English.

If you wish to participate, click on the following link: https://surveys.mcgill.ca/ls/772497?lang=en.

If you have any questions or concerns, please send an e-mail to covidresearch.mmrl@gmail.com.

Thank you for your interest in this important project!

Principal Investigator:

Dr. Bassam Khoury (bassam.el-khoury@mcgill.ca, Assistant Professor)

Co-Investigators:

Christina Spinelli (christina.spinelli@mail.mcgill.ca, PhD Candidate)

Megan Per (megan.per@mail.mcgill.ca, PhD Student)

Viktoriya Manova (viktoriya.manova@mail.mcgill.ca, MA Student)

L’hypersexualisation des femmes âgées de 25 à 50 ans, victimes d’agression sexuelle durant l’enfance : comparaison de la perception du corps et des organes sexuels

Question de recherche :

Comment les survivantes d’abus sexuel qui se disent hypersexuées perçoivent-elles leur corps et leurs organes sexuels maintenant adultes?

Description

Participantes : Nous sommes actuellement à la recherche de 10 femmes adultes, âgées de 25 à 50 ans francophones, s’identifiant comme survivantes d’abus sexuel et hypersexuelle au Canada. Le recrutement se fera selon le principe de première arrivée, première enregistrée.

Déroulement : Une entrevue semi-structurée de 60 minutes.  En raison de la situation causée par le COVID-19, les entrevues semi-structurées se feront par vidéo-conférence avec le logiciel Doxy-Me, Teams ou par téléphone.    

Objectifs : L’objectif de la recherche est de montrer comment les survivantes d’abus sexuel à l'enfance maintenant adultes donnent sens à leur comportement hypersexuel. 

définition de l'hypersexualité: La difficulté et non l’incapacité à réglementer son comportement sexuel où l’hypersexualisation implique une source de détresse importante chez les survivantes de violence sexuelle maintenant adultes.