Dr. Cornelius Ani – Deputy Editor in Chief

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Dr. Cornelius Ani

Dr. Cornelius Ani is an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at the Division of Psychiatry, Imperial College London, and a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist at Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. He is a member of the Executive Committee of the African Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health. Dr Ani is responsible for the Letters to the Editor section and he contributes editorial expertise in the area of Low and Middle Income Countries, inequalities, and physical health.

Dr. Ani’s academic interests include the development of psychosocial mental health interventions in Low and Middle Income Countries, interface between physical and mental health, and medical education. Dr. Ani played a key role in setting up the first postgraduate training programme in Child and Adolescent Mental Health in West Africa and continues to actively support the growth of the programme. He has over 60 publications including peer reviewed papers and book chapters. He has given numerous invited lectures including plenaries at several international conferences.

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Recorded talks, lectures, and discussions

  • CAMH 2023 Lecture CAMH journal 2023 Lecture is a free webinar featuring a series of lectures from leading researchers, academics and practitioners on key topics in the field of child and adolescent mental health. We are delighted to have a keynote lecture from Professor Sir Michael Marmot. The event will be hosted by the CAMH journal Editor in Chief Professor Bernadka Dubicka.


  • New – Letters to the Editor in CAMH (2022) ‘We want you to get more involved with the CAMH journal, whether you are an ACAMH Member or not. We are now are pleased to offer you the chance to be published in the journal via our new feature ‘Letters to the Editor’.’

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