Editorial: The job of an editor—one year on
Incredible as it still sounds to me, it has now been a year since I took over as the editor‐in‐chief of Child and Adolescent Mental Health. It is time to both look back and look forward. Over the past year, my approach remained unchanged: CAMH should grow to become a leading source of the most clinically relevant knowledge worldwide in our field. I would like you, our readers, to think of CAMH whenever you need clinical advice, a research update, or an innovative service development idea.
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Dennis Ougrin is a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist. He graduated from a medical school in Ukraine in 1998 and came to England to undertake his post-graduate training. He completed his higher training in child and adolescent psychiatry at Guy’s and Maudsley. Dennis is currently a consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist leading Supported Discharge Service at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust. He is also a clinical senior lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London. His main professional interests include prevention of Borderline Personality Disorder and effective interventions for self-harm. He is the author of Therapeutic Assessment, a novel model of assessment for young people with self-harm.