HRI is dedicated to knowledge translation activities that will have a meaningful impact on mental health and addiction treatment in Canada and beyond.
Our primary goal is to generate evidence that can be used to improve treatment outcomes. We want to understand what works and why, and to uncover areas where improvement is needed.
The information provided by participants in the Recovery Journey Project will be used to answer a number of research and evaluation questions related to the efficacy of the addiction treatment they have received. Our findings will be summarized and shared across a broad audience, including the general public, treatment providers, other researchers and policy makers to catalyze improvements to care and outcomes.
Below are some of the knowledge products we have produced to date.
Mary Jean Costello, Sarah Sousa, Courtney Ropp, Brian Rush, International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction: How to Measure Addiction Recovery? Incorporating Perspectives of Individuals with Lived Experience, 2018, 10.1007/s11469-018-9956-y