Digital interventions are accessed, and inputted from patients in the form of a computer/web-based program or mobile phoned-based app.
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.Read more
Review: Meta-analysis on mindfulness-based interventions for adolescents’ stress, depression, and anxiety in school settings: a cautionary tale
Open Access paper from the CAMH journal – Mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs) have been applied in school settings for adolescents with symptoms of stress, depression, and anxiety; however, general conclusions of the efficacy of such interventions remain unclear. This meta-analysis reviewed randomized-controlled MBI trials for stress, depression, and anxiety in school settings. Nilija Fulambarkar (pic) et al.Read more
Assessing the feasibility of a web-based outcome measurement system in child and adolescent mental health services – myHealthE a randomised controlled feasibility pilot study
Open Access paper from the CAMH journal – “This study aimed to assess whether MHE improves the completion of the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ) compared with paper collection. Secondary objectives were to explore caregiver satisfaction and application acceptability.” Anna C. Morris et al.Read more
CAMHS around the Campfire journal club – Technology-delivered CBT for pediatric anxiety disorders (recording)
For this session we are welcomed Dr. Matti Cervin, Lund University, and Dr Tobias Lundgren, Associate Professor, Karolinska Institutet, to discuss their JCPP paper ‘Technology-delivered cognitive-behavioral therapy for pediatric anxiety disorders: a meta-analysis of remission, posttreatment anxiety, and functioning’.Read more
Critical appraisal ‘Technology-delivered cognitive-behavioral therapy for pediatric anxiety disorders: a meta-analysis of remission, post treatment anxiety, and functioning’
This critical appraisal was undertaken by Information Scientist Douglas Badenoch and form part of the wider session for our informal journal club CAMHS around the Campfire. This appraisal, and the session, looked at the JCPP paper by Dr. Matti Cervin, Lund University, ‘Technology-delivered cognitive-behavioral therapy for pediatric anxiety disorders: a meta-analysis of remission, posttreatment anxiety, and functioning’.Read more
In this podcast, we talk to Professor Lina Gega, joint editor of the Child & Adolescent Mental Health (CAMH) journal, about her work on several interesting projects, focusing on using creative methods and digital media to support psychological therapies.Read more
This online conference explored digital safety and mental health for children and young people, give you an understanding of the issues related to digital safety in the UK context, and provide key tips, advice and recommendations. ACAMH members can now receive a CPD certificate for watching this recorded lecture.Read more
This session discussed ‘The effect of smartphone use on parenting’, with the focus on Dr. Kathryn Modecki and her paper in JCPP ‘Tuning into the real effect of smartphone use on parenting: a multiverse analysis.’ first published 07 July 2020. ACAMH members can now receive a CPD certificate for watching this recorded lecture.Read more
FREE virtual journal club #CAMHScampfire will be live from Australia. This session we are pleased to welcome Dr. Kathryn Modecki on her paper in JCPP ‘Tuning into the real effect of smartphone use on parenting: a multiverse analysis.’ ACAMH Members attending will be eligible for a CPD certificate.
09.30 UK, 10.30 CET, Australia AEST 18.30, ACST 18.00, AWST 16.30.
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