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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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  • Lauren Cross

    Mental Wellbeing in Schools, and the Global Mental Health Crisis

    In this podcast, we talk to Lauren Cross about her research interests around mental health and wellbeing in schools and inequalities during childhood and adolescence, as well as her co-authored CAMH debate paper ‘Is There a True Global Children and Young People’s Mental Health Crisis Fact or Fiction’.

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  • Congratulations and thanks to our top reviewers

    In recognition of the exceptional commitment and service to our journals, and in turn the wider scientific community, carried out by our peer reviewers, we are proud to present the list of top reviewers for 2020.

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  • CAMH Editorial: Volume 26, Issue 3, September 2021

    With the patchy but increasing roll-out of the COVID-19 vaccine, and as the world begins to emerge in a bumpy fashion from strict lock-downs, the frightening experience of overwhelmed hospitals and alarmingly high mortality rates from COVID-19, we are beginning to take stock of the huge toll from the pandemic.

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  • Honorary Professor Dr. Bernadka Dubicka

    The demand for CYP mental health during Covid “a crisis on a pre-existing crisis” – Professor Bernadka Dubicka

    In this podcast Bernadka explains what can be done to translate research into practice, and what mental health professionals can do to influence policy. She details the key points of evidence she put across to the Health and Social Care Select Committee on Children and Young People’s Mental Health, including integrated care as being essential. She also elaborates on describing the increasing demand for children and young people’s mental health during the Covid pandemic as “a crisis on a pre-existing crisis”.

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  • CAMH Editorial: Volume 26, Issue 2, May 2021

    There is probably a consensus that psychiatric hospitalization for children and adolescents should be part of a continuum of care, but that given its expense and unnatural nature (children should be with families in a community), as noted by Kyriakopoulos in this issue, it should be used sparingly.

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