Adverse Event Monitoring and Reporting in Studies of Pediatric Psychosocial Interventions

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In this Papers Podcast, Kalee Lodewyk discusses her CAMH journal paper ‘Adverse event monitoring and reporting in studies of pediatric psychosocial interventions: a systematic review’ ( Kalee is the lead author of the paper.

There is an overview of the paper, methodology, key findings, and implications for practice.

Discussion points include:

  • The original research questions and aims of the systematic review.
  • The challenges of the review, including the lack of standardisation around adverse event terminology.
  • Insight into surprising findings from the review.
  • The implications of the review from a research perspective, and for practitioners and clinicians.

In this series, we speak to authors of papers published in one of ACAMH’s three journals. These are The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (JCPP)The Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMH) journal; and JCPP Advances.

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Kalee Lodewyk
Kalee Lodewyk

Over the past few years, I’ve been looking into adverse event monitoring and reporting in trials of pediatric psychiatry interventions. I completed my undergraduate degree (Bachelor of Science Honours in Physiology) at the University of Alberta, Canada in 2023. I am currently a Master of Science candidate at the University of Alberta, Canada, in the Department of Psychiatry.

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