‘The importance of comprehensive and transparent reporting’ In Conversation with Professor Henrik Larsson
In this podcast we speak to Professor Henrik Larsson, Professor of Psychiatric Epidemiology at Orebro University and Karolinska Institute in Sweden, and Editor in Chief of ACAMH’s new journal, JCPP Advances.Read more
New research has, for the first time, investigated the direction of links between brain function and substance use throughout adolescence. Jungmeen Kim-Spoon and colleagues studied 167 adolescents who were assessed annually for four years from 13-14 years old.Read more
‘CAMH professionals multi-dimensional role as clinician scientists’ In Conversation with Dr. Aisha Sanober Chachar
In this podcast, Dr. Aisha Sanober Chachar, recent ACAMH Awards 2020 Winner (Clinical) Trainee of the Year, talks about the many different roles a CAMH professional has, be it researcher, clinician, carer, and even storyteller.Read more
Can population registry data predict which children with ADHD are at risk of later substance use disorders?
The first study to examine the potential of machine learning in early prediction of later substance use disorders (SUDs) in youth with ADHD has been published in the Journal of Child Psychiatry and Psychology.Read more
An association between borderline personality disorder (BPD) and alcohol and/or drug misuse is widely acknowledged in adults. However, not much data exists to explain the factors underlying such an association in adolescents.Read more
We are pleased to announce that Child and Adolescent Mental Health journal (CAMH) has now been accepted for inclusion in MEDLINE, the best-known database of the world’s largest medical library, the U.S. National Library of Medicine.Read more
People who inject drugs tend to begin doing so in adolescence, and countries that have larger numbers of adolescents who inject drugs may be at risk of emerging epidemics of blood borne viruses unless they take urgent action.Read more
Researchers in the UK have used data from two groups of early-adopted individuals (from the 1958 and 1970 British birth cohorts) to comprehensively describe outcomes up to mid-life.Read more
Most cited CAMH paper joint #20 of 25: Implementing routine outcome measures in child and adolescent mental health services: from present to future practice
Martin J Batty, Maria Moldavsky, Pooria Sarrami Foroushani, Sarah Pass, Michael Marriott, Kapil Sayal, Chris Hollis.Read more
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