Jack Griffin Education and Research Endowment Fund
Remembering and Celebrating a Good Life
The late Dr. Jack Griffin is best remembered in Canada and abroad as the General Director of the Canadian Mental Health Association, from 1951 to 1971. Among his many accomplishments, Dr. Griffin is credited as one of the first Canadian psychiatrists to undertake peer-review funded research.
As a tribute to our distinguished colleague, the Friends of the Archives at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health are soliciting support for the Jack Griffin Education and Research Endowment Fund.
Its sole purpose is to provide bursaries for students and others who wish to undertake archival research on any aspect of the history of Canadian psychiatry, mental health and the addictions.
For more information or to make a contribution, download the brochure.