Watch some of the IMPART people in action! These experts in addiction and mental health research, treatment, policy and education discuss how the key aspects of IMPART training (integrating sex and gender, issues of trauma, mental health and violence and transdisciplinarity) have transformed their approaches to research and treatment. These approaches impact service provision and policy in a range of areas such as tobacco use, FASD and youth mental health.

The Intersections of Mental Health Perspectives in Addictions Research Training program was funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research from 2003-2015.