• Dr. Jennifer Martin

    Dr. Jennifer Martin is Senior Programme Manager for Mental Health & Technology Research within NIHR MindTech MedTech Co-operative (MIC) at the University of Nottingham. She is an Associate Editor of CAMH, responsible for the Technology Matters section. 

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  • Dr. Hiran Thabrew

    CAMH Editorial: Volume 28, Issue 1, Special Issue: Technology and Mental Health for Children and Adolescents: Pros and Cons, February 2023

    Editorial: Control alt delete – technology and children’s mental health Hiran Thabrew, Lina Gega Abstract With international contributions from Denmark, Peru, Italy, Turkey, Estonia, Russia, Canada, the USA, Australia and the UK, this special issue offers insights and evidence about the technology’s ability to act as a force of good and a source of harm […]

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  • LGBT adolescents, sexting, and consent

    The exact prevalence of sexting is still under academic debate. Yet the dominant discourses appear to associate it with adolescents; this association exists partially due to the media stories conveying negative consequences and moral panics regarding adolescent suicide cases as a result of sexting (Dobson, 2017).

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  • CAMHS services in our physically distanced world

    On March 23rd 2020, the way healthcare was provided in England had to change overnight. With the COVID-19 pandemic sweeping across the country, CAMHS staff had to adapt to the news that they must provide routine services from home where possible and all non-urgent face-to-face contact must cease to prevent the spread of the virus.

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    JCPP Editorial: Volume 61, Issue 08, August 2020

    “The role of digital technology in children and young people’s mental health – a triple‐edged sword?” by Chris Hollis, Sonia Livingstone, Edmund Sonuga-Barke

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    CAMH Editorial: Volume 20, Issue 1, February 2015

    “Child and Adolescent Mental Health: a global challenge” by Crispin Day.

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