Perspectives of Cameroon Immigrant Men in Edmonton on Mental Health Experiences and the Role of Ethnocultural Associations in Mental Health and Well-being Promotion


This study is designed to enable the researcher to learn from Cameroon immigrant men in Edmonton about their perceptions and experiences of mental health and well-being. The study also seeks to discover the role that local Cameroon ethnocultural associations play in the promotion of mental health and well-being of Cameroon immigrants.


Currently recruiting participants: Yes

Eligible gender: Male

Eligible ages: 18 to 100

Accepts healthy participants: Yes

Inclusion criteria:

- Black African immigrants
- Must be born in Cameroon - Africa
- Must identify as male and be at least 20 years old
- Must have been in Canada for at least 5 years and
- Must be affiliated with and active in a Cameroon ethno-cultural association

Exclusion criteria:

- People who do not identify as Black African
- People who do not identify Cameroon as a birth Country
- People who are under the age of 20 years


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Phone number: 780 200 4986 Email:

Principal investigator:

Richard Alan Enns

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