• Penny Bee

    Professor Penny Bee

    Penny Bee is Professor of Applied Mental Health Research, and a Director of Research and Innovation at the University of Manchester She is an Associate Editor of CAMH, responsible for handling Qualitative studies.

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  • National Mentorship Month: A Reflection on my Internship with ACAMH

    Following National Mentorship Month 2024, Hannah Shakespeare, a postgraduate student currently pursuing a Master’s in Publishing from City, University of London, shares her experience of her work placement with the ACAMH Publications department. National Mentorship Month, celebrated every January, aims to raise awareness about the power and impact of mentoring.

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  • Annual Research Review: Neuroimmune network model of depression: a developmental perspective

    Open Access paper from the JCPP – ‘We have three goals for the present paper. First, we extend neuroimmune network models of mental and physical health to generate a developmental framework of risk for the onset of depression during adolescence. Second, we examine how a neuroimmune network perspective can help explain the high rates of comorbidity between depression and other psychiatric disorders across development, and multimorbidity between depression and stress-related medical illnesses. Finally, we consider how identifying neuroimmune pathways to depression can facilitate a ‘next generation’ of behavioral and biological interventions that target neuroimmune signaling to treat, and ideally prevent, depression in youth and adolescents.’ Robin Nusslock (pic) et al.

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  • Dr. Thees F. Spreckelsen

    Dr. Thees F. Spreckelsen

    Dr. Thees F. Spreckelsen is a Lecturer in Research Methods at the School of Social and Political Science at the University of Glasgow. He teaches quantitative methods for the Glasgow Q-Step centre. Dr. Spreckelsen is an Associate Editor and CAMH’s Quantitative Methods Analyst. 

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  • JCPP Advances

    JCPP Advances First Year Anniversary recording

    5 fantastic 10-minute lectures from leading researchers, academics, and practitioners on a number of topics in the field of child and adolescent mental health, and will also include a short presentation from Wiley, ACAMH’s publishing partner, highlighting JCPP Advances’ success so far.

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  • Professor Louise Arseneault

    The Catalogue of Mental Health Measures: Discovering the depths of mental health data in UK longitudinal studies – recording

    Professor Louise Arseneault, and Bridget Bryan, explained how and use, the Catalogue of Mental Health Measures, an interactive catalogue of mental health and wellbeing measures in British cohort and longitudinal studies. ACAMH members can now receive a CPD certificate for watching this recorded lecture.

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  • Dr. Bolanle Adeyemi Ola

    Short Research Articles in CAMH – the dynamic needs and the accruing benefits

    CAMH is now open for Short Research Article submissions and we encourage any interested authors to submit. The Short Research Article section of CAMH aims to facilitate publications of succinct scientific information that will advance the field of CAMH such that there is a prompt change in an ongoing clinical practice or perspective.

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  • Insights from longitudinal research in child & adolescent mental health

    Professor Barbara Maughan delivered this Keynote lecture ‘Insights from longitudinal research in child & adolescent mental health’ on Friday 22 October 2021 at the ACAMH Awards. Professor Maughan was the recipient of ACAMH’s President’s Medal at the virtual awards.

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  • ‘Birth order and autism diagnostic phenotypes’ In Conversation with Gail Alvares

    In this podcast we talk to postdoctoral research fellow Gail Alvares, of the Telethon Kids Institute, Perth, Australia.
    Gail begins by discussing her recent JCPP paper ‘Investigating associations between birth order and autism diagnostic phenotypes’.

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  • Dr. Gordana Milavić

    Dr. Gordana Milavić Incoming Chair message

    I am delighted and excited by the challenge and opportunity entrusted to me in my role of ACAMH Chair for the next three years.

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