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    JCPP Advances goes from Strength to Strength with Scopus

    ACAMH are delighted to announce that our publication JCPP Advances has been accepted by Scopus, a comprehensive abstract and citation database launched by Elsevier. Scopus offers various analytics tools that allow journal editors and publishers to track their journal’s performance, analyse trends, and make data-driven decisions to improve the journal’s quality and impact.

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  • What are the mental health impacts of school anxiety and emotional based school avoidance (EBSA)?

    EBSA refers to severe difficulty attending school due to emotional factors. It’s estimated to affect 1-5% of school-age children and is more prevalent in secondary schools. This blog explores the mental health consequences of these issues.

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  • Leading Child and Adolescent Mental Health Journals Achieve Impressive Impact Factors in 2023

    Leading Child and Adolescent Mental Health Journals Achieve Impressive Impact Factors in 2023

    We are pleased to announce the strong performance of our journals in the 2023 Journal Citation Indicator (JCI) and Journal Impact Factor (JIF) rankings.

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  • Pauline Thibaut

    Loneliness and Early Career Researchers: An Evidence-Based Perspective

    Loneliness is a significant and often overlooked issue among early career researchers (ECRs). This phenomenon can have profound implications for both personal well-being and professional development. Recent studies have highlighted the prevalence of loneliness among academics, particularly those in the early stages of their careers, suggesting that this issue warrants serious attention from both research and policy perspectives.

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    Embracing Excellence in Child and Adolescent Psychology: Why Your Research Belongs in JCPP Advances

    In the rapidly evolving field of child and adolescent psychology and psychiatry, the dissemination of high-quality research is crucial for advancing our understanding and improving clinical practices. JCPP Advances, a well respected Open Access journal, provides a platform for researchers to share their work with a global audience. Find out about the various ways of contributing to the journal with this blog.

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    Sexual Abuse in Children and Young People: Evidence-Based Approaches

    This blog explores evidence-based approaches to prevent and intervene in cases of sexual abuse and harmful sexual behavior among children and young people.

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    Tourette Syndrome: Improve Quality of Life and Reduce Misconceptions

    This Tourettes Awareness Day (7 June) we encourage you to explore the FREE learning opportunities available on our website, and to share with your networks. Together we can work towards ‘sharing best evidence, improving practice’ to highlight the impact Tourettes can have on those with the condition and those around them.

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  • Child cuddling dad

    How’s your day been?

    If you’re living, teaching, or working with an autistic teenager, you’ve probably, at some point said ‘Uplifting’. ‘Hilarious’. ‘Rewarding’. You’ve also most likely said something like; ‘Challenging’. ‘A struggle’. ‘Testing’. 

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  • Dimitris Tsomokos

    Chronotype and Depression in Adolescence

    We know that there is a bidirectional association between sleep duration/quality and depressive symptoms in youth. In adult populations depressive symptoms and circadian rhythms (sleep chronotype) have also been linked. In this paper, we established an association between chronotype and depressive symptoms in middle adolescence, independently of poor sleep and prior mental health difficulties.

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  • Luis Rodrigues Rocha

    Keep on running. Good luck Luis!

    ACAMH are delighted to offer our wholehearted support to Luis Rodrigues Rocha who is about to take on the SAS Fan Dance challenge in support of ACAMH.

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