sleep

  • Dr. Blandine French

    ADHD and Sleep – Episode 3 ‘ADHD, A Young Person’s Guide’

    Hosted by Dr. Blandine French, this podcast series focuses on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorders (ADHD) and is designed to help young people and their families. This episode focuses on ADHD and sleep, and Blandine is joined by Emily El-Bahrawy, a young person with lived experience of ADHD, and Helen Tracey, a sleep practitioner with Parenting Special Children.

    We are delighted to produce this podcast series in partnership with Clinical Partners, the UK’s largest private mental health partnership.

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    Sleep and Screen Time – Pedagogy in practice – recording

    This FREE online event was exclusively for teachers and school leaders, and offers insights into best practice in supporting children and adolescents to understand sleep and the importance of good quality sleep, as well as the potential impacts (positive and negative!) of screen time, building on the latest evidence base.

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  • Dr. Joey Frederick

    Sluggish Cognitive tempo; circadian preference, sleep, and daytime sleepiness

    In this podcast, we are joined by Dr. Joey Fredrick to tackle the question ‘Is sluggish cognitive tempo associated with circadian preference, sleep, and daytime sleepiness in adolescence?’. Joey is the first author of a paper on this topic published in the JCPP.

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  • Dr. Dean Burnett

    Adolescent Sleep: Stereotypes and Misunderstandings

    For this podcast, focusing on adolescent sleep, we are joined by celebrated neuroscientist Dr. Dean Burnett, author of The Idiot Brain and a speaker at a February 2022 ACAMH live stream event, The enigma of adolescent sleep: misunderstood science and effective intervention.

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  • Sleep event

    The enigma of adolescent sleep: misunderstood science and effective intervention

    This event was to increase awareness and understanding of adolescent sleep and to build ideas for supporting adolescents and parents/carers with this. This event was being staged by the ACAMH Wales Branch.

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  • Dr. Faith Orchard

    Ask the Expert ‘Improving Children’s Sleep; The role a teacher can play’ – recording

    For this session welcomed Dr. Faith Orchard to discuss ‘Improving Children’s Sleep; The role a teacher can play’. Dr. Orchard also answered questions in a session facilitated by leading education professional Professor Barry Carpenter.

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  • Neurodevelopmental series

    ‘NDC Learning Series’ – Wellbeing, feeding, and sleep recording

    We were delighted to welcome Dr. Ann Ozsivadjian, Dr. Vicki Ford, and Dr. Charlie Tyack to discuss ‘Wellbeing, feeding, and sleep’. The Chair of this session was Dr. Max Davie.

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  • Dr. Melissa Mulraney

    ADHD, Self-Harm, and the Importance of Early Childhood Intervention – In Conversation with Dr. Melissa Mulraney

    In this podcast, we talk to Dr. Melissa Mulraney, Senior Lecturer and co-leader of the Child Mental Health Research Centre at the Institute for Social Neuroscience in Melbourne, Australia, Honorary Research Fellow at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute in the Department of Paediatrics at the University of Melbourne, and Associate Editor of CAMH.

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  • Dr. Melissa Mulraney

    Dr. Melissa Mulraney, PhD is a lecturer and co-leader of the Child Mental Health Research Unit at the Institute for Social Neuroscience in Melbourne, Australia. Dr. Mulraney is an Associate Editor of CAMH and contributes to the editorial management of the systematic reviews and meta-analyses submitted to CAMH.

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  • Dr. Alice M. Gregory

    Alice Gregory is a Professor of Psychology at Goldsmiths University of London and Director of the Goldsmiths Sleep Lab. Alice first developed an interest in sleep research as an undergraduate student of Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford and went on to complete her PhD at the Social, Genetic, Developmental Psychiatry Research Centre, King’s College, London.

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