Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are defined as situations that lead to an elevated risk of children and young people experiencing damaging impacts on their health and other social outcomes across the life course.
ACEs – Adverse Childhood Experiences
Adverse event monitoring and reporting in studies of pediatric psychosocial interventions: a systematic review
Video abstract from Kalee Lodewyk on her CAMH journal paper ‘Review: Adverse event monitoring and reporting in studies of pediatric psychosocial interventions: a systematic review’.Read more
This free webinar was organised by ACAMH’s Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Special Interest Group, and led by Dr. David Glasgow of Child and Family Training.Read more
CAMH September 2023 Editorial is now available to read.Read more
ACAMH, in collaboration with Child & Family Training, presents a series of four online sessions covering a vast amount of content related to trauma informed practice in safeguarding, all of which is from a sound evidence-base, delivered by the UK’s leading lights in the sector.
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- 4 half day training online
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Review: Adverse event monitoring and reporting in studies of pediatric psychosocial interventions: a systematic review
Open Access paper from the CAMH journal – ‘In this systematic review, we identified how adverse events are defined, measured, and reported in studies of psychosocial interventions for children with mental disorders’. Kalee Lodewyk et al.Read more
Interrelationships between parental mental health, intimate partner violence and child mental health – implications for practice (recording)
This webinar was led by Prof. Gene Feder, Dr Shabeer Syed, and Dr Claire Powell on behalf of the NIHR Children and Families Policy Research Unit, and was organised by ACAMH’s Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Special Interest Group Monthly seminars.Read more
Tackling Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) State of the Art and Options for Action – Jack Tizard Memorial Conference
Delegates ONLY. We took the title of the 2023 Jack Tizard Memorial Conference from a current WHO review by Professor Mark Bellis and colleagues from the Collaborating Centre on Investment for Health and Wellbeing. The idea of taking stock, and reviewing our thinking about Adversity, Trauma and the mental health and well-being of children and young people is a timely theme. Recordings available for 90 days.Read more
This lecture from Professor Sir Michael Marmot ‘Health inequalities, children and young people’ was the keynote from the 2023 CAMH Lecture.Read more
In this ‘In Conversation’ podcast, Dr. Janna Metzler discusses establishing an evidence-base for programmes used to support children and families impacted by conflict and forced displacement.
There is also a discussion on Janna’s recent JCPP paper ‘Improving adolescent mental health and protection in humanitarian settings: longitudinal findings from a multi-arm randomized controlled trial of child-friendly spaces among South Sudanese refugees in Uganda’.Read more