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  • Dr. Bolanle Adeyemi Ola

    Short Research Articles in CAMH – the dynamic needs and the accruing benefits

    CAMH is now open for Short Research Article submissions and we encourage any interested authors to submit. The Short Research Article section of CAMH aims to facilitate publications of succinct scientific information that will advance the field of CAMH such that there is a prompt change in an ongoing clinical practice or perspective.

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  • Top 10 Downloaded Journal Papers

    2021 Top 10 Downloaded Journal Papers

    The results are in, and in recognition of the success of our three journals, the JCPP, the CAMH and JCPP Advances, we are proud to present the top 10 most downloaded papers for each journal, published in 2021.

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  • Dr. Cornelius Ani

    CAMH Editorial: Volume 26, Issue 4, November 2021

    Supporting children and young people (CYP) who self-harm (SH) is an important work of Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). This theme is reflected throughout this issue.

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  • Ecological Crisis Mental health There's No planet B

    Climate Change Impacting Mental Health – recording

    This event discussed the impact climate change is having on young people’s mental health. This is part of a series of events leading up to the CAMH Special Issue on ‘Child and youth mental health & the global ecological crisis’, due to be published in January 2022. ACAMH members can now receive a CPD certificate for watching this recorded lecture.

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  • Emma Sciberras

    Yes, young people are concerned about climate change. But it can drive them to take action

    In this blog post, Emma Sciberras and Julian Fernando discuses eco-anxiety, the impact of climate change on CYP mental health, and their 2022 CAMH Special Issue paper. This blog was published on The Conversation.com on Wednesday 10 November 2021.

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  • Dr. Ana Pascual Sanchez

    How are parenting practices associated with bullying in adolescents? – CAMHS around the Campfire recording

    For this session we welcomed Dr. Ana Pascual-Sanchez, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Brain Sciences, Imperial College London, to discuss her CAMH paper ‘How are parenting practices associated with bullying in adolescents? A cross-sectional study’. ACAMH members can now receive a CPD certificate for watching this recorded lecture.

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  • Professor Dr. Bernadka Dubicka

    Ideas emerging from week one at COP26

    Professor Bernadka Dubicka, our Editor in Chief of the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Journal (CAMH), and recent chair of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (CAP) Faculty RCPsych, has been at COP26. In this blog post Bernadka talks about what she has learned from the first week of the global climate conference.

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  • Ecological Crisis and the Impact on Mental Health

    Ecological Crisis and the Impact on Mental Health – recording

    This was the first in a series of events leading up to our CAMH Special Issue on ‘Child and youth mental health & the global ecological crisis’, to be published in January 2022. This session was recorded on Tuesday 9 November 2021. ACAMH members can now receive a CPD certificate for watching this recorded lecture.

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  • Dr. Laelia Benoit

    The Anxiety and Grief of the Ecological Crisis

    Ahead of COP26, and as part of the lead up to the CAMH Special Issue ‘Child and youth mental health & the global ecological crisis’, we talked to Dr. Laelia Benoit about her paper in the CAMH Special Issue and her research into ecological anxiety.

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  • ACAMH Awards 2021

    ACAMH Awards 2021 Results

    Congratulations to all winners and nominees of the ACAMH Awards 2021.

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