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Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health (ACAMH)

We focus on bridging the gap between rigorous research and best practice relating to children's mental health. We hold a body of knowledge and act as information hub for sharing best practice to benefit all of those who work with children. Visit our website (https://www.acamh.org/) for a host of free evidence-based mental health resources.

Tracks

'Creating mentally healthy schools' - In conversation with Professor Jess Deighton 29:34 10/06/21
What role should mental health costs play in the evaluation of public health interventions such as lockdown? - In Conversation with Professor Edmund Sonuga-Barke 32:44 07/06/21
'The importance of comprehensive and transparent reporting' In Conversation with Professor Henrik Larsson 16:55 27/05/21
‘The Centre for Attention Learning and Memory (CALM)’ – In conversation Dr. Joni Holmes 19:11 20/05/21
'Effective e-therapy engagement, and improving Maori families early environment’ Prof Sally Merry 33:28 14/05/21
‘Increased mental health difficulties in vulnerable children during lockdown’- In Conversation with Dolapo Adegboye 15:33 11/05/21
'Wellbeing, COVID-19 & Worries of German CYP' - In Conversation Dr. Tanya Poulain & Dr. Mandy Vogel 27:14 29/04/21
'Relative Age and Specific Learning Disorder Diagnosis' - In Conversation with Dr. Bianca Arrhenius 13:19 26/04/21
'Tics, and Tic Disorders; the sudden onsets and influences of the pandemic' - Dr. Tammy Hedderly 37:10 15/04/21
'ADHD and the implications of a lack of awareness within primary care' - In Conversation with Blandine French 21:15 18/03/21
The importance of translating research into practice - In Conversation with Professor Mark Dadds 33:30 05/03/21
'Early years childcare - social exclusion, marketisation, and policy' Professor Eva Lloyd OBE 41:01 22/02/21
'ADHD, autism, and the elevated risk of later depression' In conversation with Prof. Anita Thapar 27:37 11/02/21
'Birth order and autism diagnostic phenotypes' In Conversation with Gail Alvares 27:49 04/02/21
Investigating the interplay of genetics and environment on development - Prof Cathryn Lewis 28:00 29/01/21
‘Transforming the lives of young people with autism with inclusive research’ Prof. Liz Pellicano 29:49 21/01/21
'Creative approaches to developing skills for future CAMHS professionals' with Dr. Carlos Hoyos 31:52 08/01/21
'Hearing voices, and unusual sensory experiences' In Conversation with Dr. Sarah Parry 33:09 16/12/20
‘Sluggish cognitive tempo, ADHD and motivation’ In Conversation with Zoe Smith 30:25 10/12/20
'Data sets, mental well-being and school-based interventions' In Conversation with Dr. Praveetha Patalay 30:10 03/12/20
'CAMH professionals multi-dimensional role as clinician scientists' In Conversation with Dr. Aisha Sanober Chachar 24:02 25/11/20
‘Maternal depression, suicide risk and culturally appropriate interventions’ – In Conversation with Dr. Rhonda Boyd 30:25 11/11/20
‘Emotional functioning in the transition from childhood to adolescence, and beyond’ – In Conversation with Professor Nick Allen 33:26 04/11/20
‘Understanding developmental cognitive science from different cultural perspectives’ – In Conversation with Tochukwu Nweze 33:45 23/10/20
'The Brain, early development, and autism' - In Conversation with Professor Emily Jones 28:18 21/10/20
'Sleep Patterns, Associations with Anxiety and Depression' with Dr. Faith Orchard 12:02 15/10/20
2: 'Education, and Educating, about Tourettes' - Lucy Toghill ‘In Conversation Tourettes Syndrome’ Ep 2 43:14 09/10/20
‘Resilience – a complexity science approach’ Professor Anne-Laura Van Harmelen – ‘In Conversation’ 33:25 24/09/20
Associate Professor Mina Fazel 'Child refugee mental health needs' - In Conversation 43:12 17/09/20
1: 'Teens, Tics, and Tech' - Camilla Babbage 'In Conversation Tourettes Syndrome' 35:41 26/08/20