We are delighted to annouce the West Midlands PMHA study day, to be held on 11th July in Burton-upon-Trent.
The programme, found here Paediatric_Mental_health_study_day_11_July_2014_2020414 includes talks on the following
- Neuropsychiatric conditions in childhood (OCD, PANDAS, etc)
- Eating Disorders: Physical Manifestation and MARSIPAN Guidelines
- Bereavement: how it affects children, and its significance
- Medically Unexplained Symptoms
- MindED and its application to Paediatric practice and training
- Attachment issues in Paediatric Practice
- Adherence in Paediatrics
- And workshops on Self Harm Workshop and Managing Challenging Behaviour
Contact Hannah.firstname.lastname@example.org if interested
Research Autism do very good conferences- this is bound to be another of them.
Research Autism | Our Events | Autism and Learning Disabilities Conference.
Earlier this month we submitted two surveys of paediatricians regarding the impact of cuts to CAMHS, as our submission to the HSC inquiry into CAMH. We also shared it with RCPCH and RCPsych, both of whom referred to our data.
Our thanks to all who provided their views.
pmha submission for HSC
This, from our friends at ACAMH, looks excellent, full of challenging, rigorous thinking, and Danya Glaser. http://www.acamh.org/node/37408
What have we been up to?
I’m glad you asked….. PMHAmins feb14 corrected (1)
This is very interesting, and suggests that both viewing of violent, stimulating media and ADHD behaviors both have, to an extent, a shared genetic causation, rather than the former causing the latter.
The AGM minutes are up here.
If there’s anything that we’re not talking about that we should be, let me know.