Overview and Guidelines
Aims and Scope
Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMH) publishes highquality, peer-reviewed child and adolescent mental health services research of relevance to academics, clinicians and commissioners internationally. The journal’s principal aim is to foster evidence-based clinical practice and clinically orientated research. CAMH publishes reviews, original articles, and pilot reports of innovative interventions, clinical methods and service developments.
The journal has regular sections on Measurement Issues, Innovations in Practice, Global Child Mental Health and Humanities (from 2016). All published papers should be of direct relevance to mental health practitioners and clearly draw out clinical implications for the field.
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