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    Join our Adverse Childhood Experience Special Interest Group

    We are inviting colleagues across the spectrum of Mental Health, Health, Social Care, and Education to join ACAMH’s Adverse Childhood Experience Special Interest Group, to become active members to contribute, question and share their understanding, and knowledge in this complex, growing and vital field of knowledge. You do not have to be an ACAMH Member to join the SIG or use the forum. 

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    The Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry Call for Editors

    The Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry is looking to appoint two new editors to join our outstanding team of international experts. If you are interested or know someone who might be interested to discuss these opportunities, please contact the Editor-in-Chief Edmund Sonuga-Barke (edmund.sonuga-barke@kcl.ac.uk).

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  • JCPP and CAMH Open Access

    High-Quality Open Access Accelerated

    In February 2022, ACAMH publisher, Wiley, announced two new open access agreements to further accelerate open access research. In early February, Wiley and four Japanese institutions signed a Memorandum of Understanding on open access publishing.

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  • JCPP and CAMH Open Access

    Wiley Open Access Agreements to accelerate Open Access Research

    ACAMH publisher, Wiley, announce six new open access agreements with a number of institutions in order accelerate open access research. Researchers in a number of institutions will be able to access all ACAMH journals, as well as be able to publish open access in the JCPP and the CAMH at no charge to themselves from 2022 to 2024.

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  • Professor Barry Carpenter OBE, CBE

    Improving research-informed practice in schools

    We have recently launched an initiative aimed at teachers, to enable schools to access and put to use resources that can genuinely make a difference to the mental wellbeing and educational outcomes of young people.

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  • Children's Mental Health Week

    Children’s Mental Health Week 2022

    The theme of this year’s Children’s Mental Health Week is ‘Growing Together’. Our Vision is ‘Sharing best evidence, improving practice’, and to this end we urge you to take a look at the learning opportunities on our website and to share with your networks.

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    CAMH Special Issue – ‘Mental Health and the Global Ecological Crisis’

    To accompany the CAMH Special Issue on ‘Child and youth mental health & the global ecological crisis’ (January 2022), ACAMH is proud to bring you a series of events, content, and Open Access papers, focusing on the mental health implications of climate change.

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  • Letters to Editor

    New – Letters to the Editor in CAMH

    We want you to get more involved with the CAMH journal, whether you are an ACAMH Member or not. We are now are pleased to offer you the chance to be published in the journal via our new feature ‘Letters to the Editor’.

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  • Emeritus Professor Jim Stevenson

    A digest of the published work of Michael Rutter

    A digest of the published work of Michael Rutter by Jim Stevenson, Emeritus Professor of Developmental Psychopathology, University of Southampton. Revised December 2021

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  • Child & Adolescent Mental Health (CAMH)

    Extended – Call for papers – CAMH Special Issue 2023 ‘Technology and mental health for children and adolescents: pros and cons’

    ACAMH’s journal ‘Child and Adolescent Mental Health’ invites manuscripts for a special issue entitled ‘Technology and mental health for children and adolescents: pros and cons’ to be edited by Prof. Lina Gega, Prof. Kapil Sayal and Dr. Jennifer Martin, and due for publication in February 2023.

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