CAMH – Volume 22, Issue 1, February 2017 – Patient reported outcome measures in child and adolescent mental health services: associations between clinician demographic characteristics, attitudes and efficacy
Julian Edbrooke-Childs, David Barry, Irene Mateos Rodriguez, Danae Papageorgiou, Miranda Wolpert and Joerg Schulz
Policy recommends using patient reported outcome measures (PROMs), yet their use is persistently low. Our aim was to examine the association between PROM use and clinician demographic characteristics, attitudes and efficacy.
CAMH – Volume 22, Issue 1, February 2017 – Affect recognition among adolescents in therapeutic schools: relationships with post traumatic stress disorder and conduct disorder symptoms
Shabnam Javdani, Naomi Sadeh, Geri R. Donenberg, Erin M. Emerson, Christopher Houck and Larry K. Brown
Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and conduct disorder (CD) symptoms often co-occur in adolescence, but little is known about whether they show common or distinct emotional processing deficits.
CAMH – Volume 22, Issue 1, February 2017 – Innovations in Practice: A case control and follow-up study of ‘hard to reach’ young people who suffered from multiple complex mental disorders
Nigel Camilleri, Dorothy Newbury-Birch, Paul McArdle, Deborah D. Stocken, Tony Thick and Ann Le Couteur
Innovations Project (IP) was a new multidisciplinary team based within an inner city, walk-in health centre, North East England (throughout 2011). The aim was to describe the social and mental disorders of the hard to reach young people (HTRYP) from the IP and compare with a matched sample who attended a Community Mental Health Team (CMHT) and follow-up both samples 24 months after discharge.