ReAL Lab

About the ReAL Lab

The Researching Adolescent Lives Lab (ReAL) combines clinical, population, and public health approaches in order to research, understand, and promote adolescent mental health and well-being. We use primary research methods, secondary data analysis and knowledge synthesis to address our research questions and we are committed to providing practical, evidence-based recommendations that can benefit the lives of adolescents in Canada, and more broadly. ReAL Lab projects fall into three interrelated areas, including: (1.) the epidemiology and determinants of adolescent psychological and social health; (2.) the implementation and evaluation of evidence-based interventions for addressing adolescent well-being; and (3.) the synthesis and translation of evidence-based information for applied clinical and community practice.

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