Honorary Professor Dr. Bernadka Dubicka – Editor in Chief

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Dr. Bernadka Dubicka
Dr. Bernadka Dubicka

Dr. Bernadka Dubicka qualified in medicine and psychology at University College London and completed her training in child psychiatry in Manchester, alongside her MD on adolescent depression. She has been a consultant for an adolescent unit for over a decade, and recently moved to a new post in Greater Manchester where she is helping develop intensive community and crisis services for young people and is also a research lead. In 2015 she was elected vice-chair of the RCPsych Child and Adolescent faculty, and became chair in June 2017. She has campaigned actively for improved CAMHS since taking up this post. In August 2021 she became an Honorary Professor at the University of Manchester.

She has a research interest in mood disorders, with expertise in clinical trials and evidence based practice. Most recently she has been an investigator on one of the largest international psychological treatment trials in adolescent depression (IMPACT). Dr Dubicka is a member of the National Institute of Health Research, and a clinical advisor for the North West Strategic Clinical Network, where she has led on a project examining self-harm in young people. She is an editor of the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Journal, has published regularly, contributed to NICE guidance, and speaks regularly at national and international meetings, as well as in the media.

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The demand for CYP mental health during Covid “a crisis on a pre-existing crisis” – Honorary Professor Dr. 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”.

In Conversation… Dr Bernadka Dubicka

Bernadka discusses the IMPACT study, the use of technology among children and young people, including the positives and negatives of social media. Includes transcription, and links.

CAMH Editorial: Volume 25, Issue 3, September 2020

Editorial: How in the world are we handling COVID‐19? Bernadka Dubicka & Gabrielle Carlson Abstract These are not normal times.

 

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