mental health

  • Malaika Okundi

    Colouring the Mind: Racism and Mental Health – The Concept

    ‘Colouring the Mind: Racism and Mental Health’ is a new mini In Conversations series that will explore how racism affects mental health, with a particular focus on racism in the mental health system and racism in the mental health concept.

    In this episode, Malaika Okundi and Jessica O’Logbon focus on the concept of racism in mental health and discuss definitions of race, racism, and mental health as concepts.

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  • Dr. Gonzalo Salazar de Pablo

    CAMH Editorial: Volume 28, Issue 4, November 2023

    Editorial: Short interventions and self-help interventions in child and adolescent mental health Gonzalo Salazar de Pablo  “Welcome to the November issue of Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMH). In this issue, several pieces highlight the importance of researching, and in some cases, implementing short interventions and self-help interventions for children and adolescents with mental health concerns while […]

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  • Professor Paula Reavey

    Professor Paula Reavey

    Paula Reavey is Professor of Psychology and Mental Health at LSBU, research lead and consultant on projects at the Maudsley and Royal Bethlem hospitals and honorary research consultant at St. Andrew’s. She is also a Director of the Design in Mental Health Network UK. She is an Associate Editor of CAMH, responsible for handling Qualitative studies. 

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  • Dr. Bolanle Adeyemi Ola

    Dr. Bolanle Adeyemi Ola

    Dr. Bolanle Adeyemi Ola is a Professor of Psychiatry in the Department of Behavioural Medicine, Lagos State University College of Medicine and a Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist in the affiliated teaching hospital where he started and runs the first State owned Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service. He is an Associate Editor of CAMH, responsible for the Short Research Articles section. 

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  • Dr. Meinou Simmons

    Supporting Children and Young People’s Mental Health – An insight for Parents, Caregivers and Teachers

    In this ‘In Conversation’ podcast, Dr. Mei Simmons discusses some of the factors that affect children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing and provides an overview of her recently published book ‘A Guide to the Mental Health of Children and Young People: Q and A for Parents, Caregivers and Teachers’.

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  • Methodological Review: Twins Early Development Study (TEDS): A genetically sensitive investigation of mental health outcomes in the mid-twenties

    Open Access paper from JCPP Advances – ‘This paper outlines recent data collection efforts supporting this work, including a cohort-wide mental health assessment at age 26 and a multi-phase Covid-19 study.’ Celestine Lockhart et al.

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  • Top 10 Downloaded Journal Papers

    2022 Top 10 Downloaded Journal Papers

    The results are in, and in recognition of the success of our three journals, the JCPP, the CAMH and JCPP Advances, we are proud to present the top 10 most downloaded papers for each journal, published in 2022.

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  • Lizzy Winstone

    Social Media Use in Adolescence: User Types and Mental Health

    In this podcast, we are joined by Lizzy Winstone to discuss her co-authored JCPP Advances paper ‘Adolescent social media user types and their mental health and well-being, results from a longitudinal survey of 13 to 14-year-olds in the United Kingdom’.

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  • Dr. Jillian Halladay

    Youth Substance Use and Co-occurring Mental Health Concerns

    In this podcast, we talk to Dr. Jillian Halladay, winner of ACAMH’s Research Trainee of the Year 2021 Award, about her research into the co-occurrence of substance use in youth in general and in acute clinical settings.

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  • Dr. Maria Loades

    COMET; Student Mental Health and Single-Session Interventions

    For this podcast, we are joined by Dr. Maria Loades to discuss the Common Elements Toolbox (COMET), a study testing a digital intervention to help university students improve their wellbeing.

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