Blog

  • How does my lived experience inform my nursing practice?

    “Being a CAMHS nurse allows me to be creative and to try to incorporate the most memorable care I received into my practice.”

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  • Beat – helping those affected by eating disorder

    Beat is the UK’s eating disorder charity, and is a champion, guide and friend to all affected by these serious mental illnesses.

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  • Gordon Harold

    The Olympics’ loss is psychology’s gain

    Discover what was Professor Gordon Harold’s somewhat unlikely start in psychology.

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  • Guest Blog

    Loneliness and relationships in young people

    Dr Farhana Mann and Dr Francesca Solmi write about research on isolation and loneliness in young people and how it affects their mental health.

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  • JCPP – recent impact factor and rankings

    “I am delighted for the members of the Association of Child & Adolescent Mental Health (ACAMH) and everyone connected with the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry – the journal is now ranked first in Developmental Psychology internationally in the recent impact factor tables.”

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  • Just one of the challenges for paediatricians

    Before getting involved with ACAMH Max said he was wary of joining a “talking shop” but saw immediately that the organisation was active in engaging the broader mental health community.

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  • Prof. Lionel Hersov, Editor of JCPP 1963-83, passes away

    Prof. Lionel Hersov, who was editor of JCPP from 1963-1983, passed away recently. In his role as its editor, which spanned two decades, he was the driving force behind the development of the journal. The JCPP team fondly remembers his great contribution. Prof. Patricia Howlin, King’s College London, recalls, “I had the pleasure of working […]

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  • Students and early career researchers, we want you!

    We’re offering a number of opportunities for students, trainees and early career researchers to get involved with ACAMH, and depending on your contribution we may be able to offer free membership, free access to some events or potentially, commissions. Don’t forget everything we do is evidence based, we need the science to stack up! Here […]

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  • edmund sonuga-barke

    From punk rock to academic heavyweight

    While at university Edmund became fascinated by behaviourist approaches to psychology which bring together philosophy, methodology and psychological theory.

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    CAMH team wishes to say thank you, and best wishes, to Professor Jane Barlow

    Jane joined CAMH team as editor in 2012 and took over as Editor-in-Chief in 2016. She is stepping down from her role in September 2018. CAMH has grown in strength under her leadership – gaining in downloads and altmetric scores and also has seen introduction of ‘narrative matters’ – academic essay on health humanities with special relevance to child and adolescent mental health. CAMH is now looking to recruit a new Editor-in-Chief.

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