Data & Publications
The research findings of surveys conducted by ISR are represented in publications by researchers at other institutions who cite ISR as the source of the data collection.
For example, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) researchers alone cite ISR survey research in 100 plus publications per year plus many media reports.
These research findings are also widely reported in the media.
Findings from CAMH 2017 OSDUHS
- Drug use among Ontario students at lowest level in decades, December 14, 2017, CityNews
- Webinar: Drug Use among Ontario students- Results from the 2017 OSDUHS survey, Jan 31, 2018, EENet
- Substance use among Ontario students down but concerns up over fentanyl use: report, December 14, 2017, CBC News
- Steven Cook, Nigel Turner, Angela Paglia-Boak, Edward M. Adlaf, and Robert E. Mann. 2010. Ontario Youth Gambling Report: Data from the 2009 OSDUHS. Problem Gambling Institute of Ontario.
- High anxiety, distress levels in teens counter ‘prime of life’ image, CBC.ca, July 21, 2016
- One-third of Ontario adolescents report ‘psychological distress’, survey finds, The Globe and Mail, July 21, 2016
- Video game addiction, depression, anxiety on rise among Ontario students: study, CTV News, July 21, 2016
- Number of Ontario teens with psychological distress rising at alarming rate: study, The Globe and Mail, July 21, 2016
- One-third of students report elevated psychological distress, CAMH survey shows, EurekAlert, July 21, 2016
- Study finds sharp rise in psychological distress among teens, Newstalk 1010, July 21, 2016
- One-third of Ontario students report elevated psychological distress, CAMH survey shows, Montreal Gazette, July 21, 2016
- CAMH OSDUHS 2015 highlights (Infographic)
- CAMH OSDUHS 2015 full report
- “10 health stories that mattered this week” Canadian Medical Association Journal, December 11, 2015.
- “E-cigarettes more popular among Ontario students than regular cigarettes: CAMH” Global News, December 9, 2015.
- “Alcohol remains drug of choice for Ontario students: CAMH survey,” CTV News, Dec 9, 2015
- “Study: 1 Out Of 4 High School Students Engages In Hazardous Alcohol Drinking”, iSchoolGuide, December 10, 2015.
- “More students smoke pot than tobacco: Survey” Ottawa Sun, Dec 9, 2015.
- “Booze drug of choice for Ontario teens: survey.” TheRecord.com, December 9, 2015.
- “Grade 7-12 students in Ontario prefer booze as drug of choice: study,” CTV News – Dec 9, 2015
- “Teen drinking at home OK with some parents, survey suggests.” CBC.ca – Dec 9, 2015
- “CAMH survey finds risky drinking behaviour among Ontario students.” News-Medical.net – Dec 9, 2015,
- “E-cigarettes more popular among Ontario students than regular cigarettes: CAMH” OR-Politics.com – Dec 9, 2015
- “More students smoke pot than tobacco: Survey.” Ottawa Sun – Dec 9, 2015
- “Booze drug of choice for Ontario teens: survey.” www.norfolknews.ca/ – Dec 9, 2015,
- “Ontario students report high levels of hazardous drinking, CAMH survey finds.” Canada NewsWire (press release) – Dec 9, 2015
- “Do Teens Have a Big Bowl of Social Media for Breakfast?” Medpage Today, Sep 30, 2015
- “Study finds link between energy drinks, traumatic brain injury in teens,” CTV News, September 16, 2015
- “Energy drinks linked to traumatic brain injury in teens,” Science Daily, September 16, 2015
- “Teenagers with brain injuries seven times more like to drink energy drinks post-accident” International Business Times, Sep 16, 2015.
Findings from Canadian Election Study
- “Why issues aren’t that important in election campaigns” Ottawa Citizen, August 21, 2015
- ” What does politics look like to a partisan?” (Macleans magazine, Sep 24, 2015
Findings from CAMH Monitor Survey
- Marijuana use, driving high on the rise: CAMH survey, CTV News, Dec 7, 2016
- Most Ontario adults support government regulation over cannabis production and sale, EurekAlert, July 6, 2016
- Nicotine patches help you quit smoking, even without counseling
ZME Science, Feb 1, 2016
- 230000 Ontarians considered suicide in past year, report estimates – Globalnews.ca, Dec 4, 2015
Findings from YouthREX
Findings from Canadians and their Pasts Project
- Margaret Conrad, Jocelyn Létourneau, and David Northrup, 2009. “Canadians and Their Pasts: An Exploration in Historical Consciousness.” The Public Historian. 31(1): 15-34.
- Margaret Conrad , Kadriye Ercikan , Gerald Friesen , Jocelyn Létourneau , D.A. Muise , David Northrup ,Peter Seixas , 2013. Canadians and Their Pasts. University of Toronto Press.