Robert Whitley

Rob Whitley is the Principal Investigator of the Social Psychiatry Research and Interest Group (SPRING) at the Douglas Hospital Research Center. He is also an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at McGill University.

His three main research (and action) interests are recovery, stigma and men’s mental health. He has published over 100 papers in the field of social psychiatry, and his work has been funded by CIHR, FRSQ, NIDRR, SSHRC, Movember and the MRC (U.K).He currently holds an FRQ-S Senior Research Scholar award.

Community Fund Advisory Committee

Mental health leaders in communities across Canada provide guidance and advice in the selection of Community Fund grant recipients.

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Diversity Fund Circle of Advisors

A circle of advisors, comprised of mental health experts, community leaders and people with lived experience from within Black, Indigenous and People of Colour communities assist in the review process and provide advice and consultation on the development and future evolution of the fund.

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