Blog

  • Dr. Max Davie

    Neurodevelopmental Disorders, an interview with Dr Max Davie

    Dr. Max Davie talks about Neurodevelopmental Disorders, and how you can get involved in ACAMH’s Neurodevelopmental Special Interest Group.

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  • Dr. Anula Nikapota

    Dr Anula Nikapota – R.I.P.

    It is with great sadness that I have to inform you Dr Anula Nikapota died on 4 April, suddenly while on holiday with her family. We are very shocked by her sudden death. Many of us will remember Anula for her many accomplishments for ACAMH on top of her great expertise clinically and educationally.

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  • Autism Awareness Day 2019

    Celebrating Autism Awareness Day 2019 we want to make you aware of the free resources we have.

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  • In conversation… Sleep and mental health with Dr. Faith Orchard

    Does it make a difference if children are larks or owls? At what point should we be concerned about sleep problems? What is the knock-on effect of poor sleep on social factors? All this and more with Dr. Faith Orchard.

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  • Professor Andrea Danese

    In conversation… Professor Andrea Danese discusses Trauma

    Andrea discusses the impact trauma has on the child, the Topic Guide on Trauma he wrote with Dr Patrick Smith for ACAMH. He also talks about the recent paper in The Lancet ‘The epidemiology of trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder in a representative cohort of young people in England and Wales’ Lewis, S J et al, and its findings.

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  • What is the effect of post-institutionalisation? A research digest

    Research digest on DePasquale, Donzella and Gunnar’s (2018) study, which was published JCPP ‘Pubertal recalibration of cortisol reactivity following early life stress: a cross‐sectional analysis’.

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  • Dr Arnon Bentovim

    In Conversation… Dr Arnon Bentovim

    Dr Arnon Bentovim, Child and Family Psychiatrist, and founder the Child and Family Practice, talks about child and family training to develop and train evidence-based approaches to assessment, analysis, and intervention.

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  • ‘To strive, to seek, to find’: A call for RCTs

    A randomised controlled trial (RCT) is widely held as the gold standard for clinical trials.

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  • JCPP

    Welcoming our new JCPP editors

    We are excited to welcome five new members to the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (JCPP) editorial board. With their wide-ranging expertise and many years of cultivated academic prowess, they are an immensely valuable addition to the team.

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  • Dr Raph Kelvin

    ACAMH at 60 – Time to Make Use of All That Wisdom

    ACAMH is 60 years old this year, and we are celebrating. But we are not standing still. Looking forward we noticed gaps in our offering. Gaps that we now intend to fill in the quest of better bridging the translation gaps from ‘lab to bedside’.

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