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Children and young people give their views in unique health survey by CQC: key findings

Professor Tanya Byron, government advisor and one of the UK's leading clinical psychologists, calls on the political parties to prove they are serious about dealing with the crisis in their election manifestos http://extras.thetimes.co.uk/public/timetomind/index.html

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The Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMH)  remain at the forefront of best practice in publication ethics through adherence to the Committee on Publication Ethics Guidelines and consideration of recommendations from leading organisations such as the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors. Read on for our update on ACAMH journals’ policies on disclosures and readers’ letters

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At the end of last year, the Challenging Behaviour Foundation brought a group of Academic Experts together to consider the available evidence and data on children with learning disabilities and behaviour described as challenging.  This work forms part of the Early Intervention Project (delivered in partnership by CBF and the Council for Disabled Children). The EIP is very pleased to announce that, as a result, an evidence briefing paper has now been published. The paper is supported by a data supplement and the methodology for estimating the number of children in England with learning disabilities and behaviours that challenge.

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The index card: internet addiction - http://gu.com/p/434p4/tw  Dr Mark Griffiths explains a new ailment for the digital age

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Join Professor David Cottrell for an an evening talk with on 27 November 2014 (St James University Hospital, Leeds). David will be exploring other factors that might make a difference to why even in the most positive trials, not all participants in the treatment arm respond, and why evidence based treatments implemented in clinical practice results are often not impressive | ACAMH members £12 | Non-members £17 - http://www.acamh.org/events/2014/11/components-effective-treatment-what-it-takes-be-good-therapist
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