What is a clinical study?

A clinical study helps our researchers better understand and improve treatment involving medication or medical devices for people with mental illness.

These studies may provide scientists with new and improved ways to prevent, detect, identify, manage, and treat mental illness and substance use.

Why Participate in a Clinical Study?

The research we do depends on volunteers from our community, who become important partners in our clinical studies. These studies can help determine how medicine or treatment affects people and may provide scientists with new and improved ways to prevent, detect, identify, manage, and treat mental illness and substance use.

Participation in mental health research is always voluntary and we encourage you to discuss the clinical study with your physician before getting involved.

This page lists studies approved by ethics and registered by researchers who are currently seeking volunteer participants and/or healthy control volunteers. We invite you to browse through the list below to search for studies that may interest you.

Current Clinical Studies

Please note that all clinical studies and opportunities have been approved by The Royal’s Research Ethics Board.

    For the list of actively recruiting studies at The Royal, please click here.

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