Murray W. Enns



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Defining the Longitudinal Course, Outcomes, and Treatment Needs of Vulnerable Canadians with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.

2015/16-2020/21 • $1,695,396 • PI,Other
Context. Although stress is a recurring and omnipresent problem, there are major gaps in knowledge about the hallmark condition related to traumatic stress (i.e., posttraumatic stress disorder [PTSD]). Over 70% of Canadians are exposed to traumatic events (e.g., physical injury, assault) in...

Culturally grounded suicide intervention in Cree Nation communities

2012/13-2014/15 • $97,824 • PI,CO,Other
This grant requests support to continue the work of the CIHR-funded Swampy Cree Suicide Prevention Team (2007-2012). The Team includes members of the Swampy Cree Tribal Council communities (eight Northwestern Manitoba communities), university-based investigators and international consultants....

Culturally grounded suicide intervention in Cree Nation communities

2012/13-2013/14 • $200,000 • PI,CO,Other
This grant requests support to continue the work of the CIHR-funded Swampy Cree Suicide Prevention Team (2007-2012). The Team includes members of the Swampy Cree Tribal Council communities (eight Northwestern Manitoba communities), university-based investigators and international consultants....

Light and Ion Treatment to Enhance Medication Efficacy in Depression (LITE+MED): A Randomized Controlled Trial of Light and Fluoxetine in Nonseasonal Major Depression

2010/11-2012/13 • $586,640 • PI,CO
Major depressive disorder (MDD) affects up to 15% of the Canadian population and is one of the leading causes of socioeconomic burden. There are many effective treatments for MDD including antidepressants and counselling, but these treatments are not effective for everyone and they are limited...

From risk factors to culturally-sensitive interventions: A programmatic approach to aboriginal suicide

2010/11-2011/12 • $469,480 • PI,CO
Suicide, especially in Aboriginal youth, is an enormous problem in Canada. Although not well understood, Aboriginal suicidal behavior is a complex problem linked to individual, family, community and socio-cultural factors. There is a need to develop interventions to reduce suicidal behavior...

Dignity and distress across end-of-life populations

2010/11-2011/12 • $337,700 • PI,CO
Maintaining the dignity of patients who are approaching death is often cited as the clinical, philosophical, and moral foundation of palliative care. Research into the sources of dignity-related distress can provide tangible guidance on how to deliver holistic, quality, dignity-conserving,...

Culturally grounded suicide intervention in Cree Nation communities

2011/12 • $100,000 • PI,CO,Other
This grant requests support to continue the work of the CIHR-funded Swampy Cree Suicide Prevention Team (2007-2012). The Team includes members of the Swampy Cree Tribal Council communities (eight Northwestern Manitoba communities), university-based investigators and international consultants....

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