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Our Research

We're building our Intelligent Health platform based on decades of scientifically validated research and literature. Explore some of the scientific foundations we are using to shape the future of health.

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Posted by Scott Wallace Ph.D.
Posted 6 months ago
Student Mental Health Report

It is no exaggeration to suggest students of all ages today face a mental health crisis — whether child, adolescent, or young adult. Indeed, mounting evidence creates a compelling picture of a world in which students face the greatest levels of stress and mental health challenges than at any other time in history.

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Posted by Scott Wallace Ph.D.
Posted 7 months ago
Mental Health Apps - Answering the Employee Health Benefits Needs of Tomorrow

Employee health benefits represent a tremendous opportunity to improve the lives and health outcomes for employees, but are your benefits meeting the needs of a young, socially connected and tech-savvy workforce?

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Posted by Scott Wallace Ph.D.
Posted 8 months ago
The Impact Of Mental health Problems On The Canadian Workplace

The focus of this Avail research report explores the question “What is the impact of mental health problems on the Canadian workplace?”. The purpose of answering this question is to provide a benchmark of baseline metrics against which employers and organizations can establish a business case for investing in good mental health and a call to action.

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Posted by Scott Wallace Ph.D.
Posted 8 months ago
Serve Strong, Stand United, Stay Resilient

First responders comprise a unique workforce, one that deals with society’s most complex and critical situations. They are typically part of tight, close-knit teams and are routinely expected to perform their jobs with little conscious thought for personal concerns and mental well-being.

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Posted by Scott Wallace Ph.D.
Posted 9 months ago
Supporting A Co-Worker At Risk For Suicide

Suicide can seem like a scary subject and it’s okay to feel uncomfortable talking about it. But you can make a huge difference to someone at risk by being supportive and showing concern – you may even save their life. While people at risk of suicide may try to hide how they are feeling, they often give warning signs. These can include changes in behaviour, or how they are thinking or feeling.

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