ACEs eNewsletters

Matt Kempen
Marketing Manager for ACAMH

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We’ll be bringing you the latest news on ACEs, and then discussing these in the ACES SIG Forum, so do please register to use the ACEs Forum

May 2022 eNewsletter

Stories include; Need for Therapeutic services for Ukrainian Children and families, Improving outcomes for refugees and asylum-seeking children by Dr. Sarah Davidson MBE, Talking to Children and Young people about the war in Ukraine by Sheila Redfern, Factors which influence the mental health and well-being of refugee children by Stella Arakelyan and Alastair Ager, Advice on the Mental health of asylum seekers and refugees from the Royal College of Psychiatrists, whilst Genevieve Mansell has written an Editorial for the BMJ on Sexual violence in Ukraine, Racism, Mental Health and Trauma by Prof. Eamon McCrory and Prof. Helen Minnis, Update on screening for ACEs, Sarah Loveday and colleagues from the Murdoch Centre in Victoria Australia conducted a valuable systematic review of Screening for Adverse Childhood Experiences in Children, Maximising the benefit of screening from Sandra Jee and Heather Forkey, ACE’s Assessment in primary care by 
Sabrina Liu,
finallyLee Smith Battle and colleagues from the University of Nebraska review Evidence for Revising the Adverse Childhood Experiences Screening Tool

April 2022 eNewsletter

Stories include; Professor Andrea Danese and Dr. Stephanie J Lewis in their leader ‘New Directions in Research on Childhood Adversity’ for the British Journal of Psychiatry, an approach to providing effective interventions by Sarah Lester, Meeena Khatwa and Katy Sutcliffe, Research On Trauma Informed Care from Early Intervention Foundation’s Dr. Kristen Assmussen, interventions for complex maltreatment-trauma specific interventions from Child and Family Training, and pandemic concerns from Mark Bellis and colleagues from Bangor University. We’ll be discussing these topics more in the ACEs SIG Forum, so do please join us using the above registration process.

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