Depression is common and can be disabling. We would like to help by finding out which treatment works for whom. Participants in our studies receive quality treatments and monitoring, all while providing information that will help others get effective treatment earlier.
Several projects are currently recruiting participants in Nova Scotia. Click through the projects below to find out if you might be eligible. If you would like more information, or to participate in one of our studies, please contact us!
Optimized Predictive Treatment In Medications for Unipolar Major Depression
Treatment Interrupts Depression Early
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Antidepressants
Predictors in Mood Disorders
The Vocal Mind Project
Person-Centered Measurement-Based Care
The Depression Clinical Research Program is a research clinic run within Nova Scotia Health. All of the studies offered in this clinic have been approved by the Nova Scotia Health Research Ethics Board.
We are a group of physicians, psychologists, and researchers interested in depression. We aim to find out which treatment works for which person.
If none of the projects here suit your needs, there are other resources available for people that are struggling with their mental health. Guidance on which resource might work best to you, as well as some helpful links for Nova Scotians can be found here.