The research findings of surveys conducted by ISR are represented in publications by researchers at other institutions who cite ISR as the source of the data collection.
For example, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) researchers alone cite ISR survey research in 100 plus publications per year plus many media reports.
These research findings are also widely reported in the media.
Findings from CAMH's OSDUHS survey
- "Do Teens Have a Big Bowl of Social Media for Breakfast?" Medpage Today, Sep 30, 2015
- "Study finds link between energy drinks, traumatic brain injury in teens," CTV News, September 16, 2015
- "Energy drinks linked to traumatic brain injury in teens," Science Daily, September 16, 2015
- "Teenagers with brain injuries seven times more like to drink energy drinks post-accident" International Business Times, Sep 16, 2015.
Findings from Canadian Election Survey
- "Why issues aren't that important in election campaigns" Ottawa Citizen, August 21, 2015
- " What does politics look like to a partisan?" (Macleans magazine, Sep 24, 2015