Royal Ottawa Foundation for Mental Health
Out of darkness comes inspiration at Royal Ottawa Foundation for Mental Health Virtual Inspiration Awards
Five members of Ottawa community honoured for tackling mental health stigma, raising awareness, scientific research
Carleton U's Benoit-Antoine Bacon among mental health advocates to be honoured at Royal Ottawa Foundation’s Inspiration Awards
Education leader is one of five individuals being honoured with an Inspiration Award during virtual event on March 4.
Sunday shopping bans, the opening of the Rideau Centre and the pandemic's toll: Richard Getz reflects on 40 years of retail real estate
Retired VP of retail at Colonnade BridgePort to continue raising funds for Royal Ottawa Foundation for Mental Health
Three champions for mental health who use their platforms to help raise money and awareness
'We’re so fortunate to have The Royal, with its world-renowned researchers and mental health experts, right here in our nation’s capital'
Virtual care provides clinicians with the opportunity and capability to connect with our clients across the community while limiting the risk of spreading COVID-19.
Family funds provide research and educational opportunities to promising graduate students at The Royal who are making important strides towards better understanding mental illness.
For teens who are already living with a mental illness, the adjustment to COVID-19 protocols could be debilitating.
Researchers are using MRIs to examine the brain’s structure by measuring the volume of various brain regions, the thickness of brain tissue and the white matter tracts in the brain that connect…
Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) is a type of neuromodulation that directly stimulates the specific brain circuit known to be dysfunctional in people with major depression.