Focus on Research
In 2007, Homewood Human Solutions™ published its first research report with more to follow in the coming years.
- Under Pressure, 2007, by Dr. Graham Lowe, describes the status of work and life balance for Canadian employees.
- A Quiet Crisis, 2008, by Dr. Mark Attridge, outlines the most common conditions that afflict large populations of employees, the barriers to proper diagnosis, the evidence-based treatment options and what employers can do to address this growing source of lost productivity and human suffering in their organizations.
- Hidden Hazards, 2009,by Dr. Mark Attridge & Dr. Scott Walllace, examines the prevalence of addictions in the workplace as well as the co-morbidity of addictions and other mental and physical health conditions and their impact on the Canadian workplace.
- Able-Minded, 2010, by Dr. Mark Attridge & Dr. Scott Walllace, commissioned by Homewood Human Solutions™, unfurls many issues related to return-to-work and accommodations for workers on disability leave for mental disorders.
As a value-add, customers receive early release of all research reports. We also solicit customers on relevant and prevailing topics to their organization to determine next research topics.
The Homewood Research Institute
As a subsidiary of Homewood, we also share research initiatives with the Homewood Research Institute. The Institute analyzes health care trends internationally to determine the effectiveness of psychiatric programs and services in Canada and around the world.