ADHD (Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder)
Samuele Cortese, MD, PhD is currently Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Southampton and Honorary Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatry for Solent NHS Trust. Professor Cortese contributes to the editorial management of the systematic reviews/meta-analyses submitted to CAMH.Read more
Dr. Melissa Mulraney, PhD is a lecturer and co-leader of the Child Mental Health Research Unit at the Institute for Social Neuroscience in Melbourne, Australia. Dr. Mulraney is an Associate Editor of CAMH and contributes to the editorial management of the systematic reviews and meta-analyses submitted to CAMH.Read more
Dr. Dekkers is Assistant Professor at the Department of Developmental Psychology of the University of Amsterdam. He also holds a research position at the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University Medical Center Groningen, and works as works as a licensed therapist and coordinator of the ADHD team at Levvel, Academic Center for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Specialized Youthcare in Amsterdam. He is a Joint Editor of CAMH.Read more
We are pleased to announce that Child and Adolescent Mental Health journal (CAMH) has now been accepted for inclusion in MEDLINE, the best-known database of the world’s largest medical library, the U.S. National Library of Medicine.Read more
Most cited CAMH paper #7 of 25: Measurement Issues: Screening and diagnostic instruments for autism spectrum disorders – lessons from research and practise
Tony Charman, Katherine Gotham.Read more
Key Practitioner Message includes; Screening and diagnostic instruments help clinicians least in the cases where they are most in want of direction as their accuracy will always be lower for marginal cases
Most cited CAMH paper #18 of 25: The Diagnostic Utility of Executive Function Assessments in the Identification of ADHD in Children
Joni Holmes, Susan E. Gathercole, Maurice Place, Tracy P. Alloway, Julian G. Elliott, Kerry A. Hilton.Read more
Key Practitioner Message includes; Guidance from clinicians about the difficulties in executive functioning experienced by children with ADHD may prove helpful to teachers and parents.
Most cited CAMH paper #19 of 25: Young People’s Experience of ADHD and Stimulant Medication: A Qualitative Study for the NICE Guideline
Ilina Singh, Tim Kendall, Clare Taylor, Alex Mears, Chris Hollis, Martin Batty, Sinead Keenan.Read more
Key Practitioner Message includes; Close friendships are important to young people with ADHD and are sometimes used to protect them from bullying and in other difficult situations.
Most cited CAMH paper joint #20 of 25: Implementing routine outcome measures in child and adolescent mental health services: from present to future practice
Martin J Batty, Maria Moldavsky, Pooria Sarrami Foroushani, Sarah Pass, Michael Marriott, Kapil Sayal, Chris Hollis.Read more
Key Practitioner Message includes; It is important to place outcomes in the context of the type of service, case complexity, diagnosis/clinical cluster and treatment goals.
CAMH – Volume 22, Issue 2, May 2017 – Is emotional lability a marker for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, anxiety and aggression symptoms in preschoolers?
Jenna Maire, Cédric Galéra, Eric Meyer, Julie Salla and Grégory Michel
Emotional lability (EL) is frequent in school-aged children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and is associated with more frequent comorbidities and more severe impairment. However, little research has investigated the association between EL, ADHD and comorbid symptoms in preschoolers.