Our areas of research focus on the themes below, the main one being the study of the two-way relation between physical and mental illnesses.
The two-way relationship between physical and mental illnesses
The objective: Better understand the effects of a physical illness on mental health and vice versa in order to develop prevention, screening and intervention strategies for the management of individuals with physical and mental comorbidities.
The objective: Design innovative approaches to integrate care and continuum of services.
Education and knowledge transfer
The objective: Develop, validate and adapt training methods for Francophone healthcare workers in minority settings.
The Collaborative Research Approach
The Collaborative Research Approach (CRA) addresses issues from the perspectives of many different partners, with varied opinions, responsibilities and complementary experience. Together they explore the subject, from all angles, and reach solutions for the benefit of patients.
Opting for a CRA means encouraging the collaboration of several partners with complementary expertise, to develop meaningful professional relationships based on mutual aid and communication.
Ethics in our research
The Montfort’s Research Ethics Committee is completely independent of our institute. We obtained our qualification of Clinical Trial Ontario (CTO). Visit the ethics website to learn more.