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  • Emerging Evidence: coronavirus and children and young people’s mental health (Issue 7 research bulletin)

    We have been conducting rapid reviews of the emerging evidence surrounding the mental health impacts of the pandemic on children and young people. In the current issue, we summarise key findings from a rapid review of evidence emerging between November 2020 and January 2021. Authors: Jeffery, M., Gilleard, A., Lereya, T., Edbrooke-Childs, J., Deighton, J., Tait, N., Cortina, M.A. (2021).

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  • Emerging Evidence: coronavirus and children and young people’s mental health (Issue 6 research bulletin)

    We have been conducting rapid reviews of the emerging evidence surrounding the mental health impacts of the pandemic on children and young people. In the current issue, we summarised key findings from a rapid review of evidence emerging between September and November 2020. Authors: Jeffery, M., Gilleard, A., Lereya, T., Edbrooke-Childs, J., Deighton, J., Cortina, M.A. (2021).

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  • Emerging Evidence: coronavirus and children and young people’s mental health (Issue 5 research bulletin)

    Emerging Evidence: coronavirus and children and young people’s mental health (Issue 5 research bulletin)

    We have been conducting rapid reviews of the emerging evidence surrounding the mental health impacts of the pandemic on children and young people in detail (Issues 1-4 of this series). This issue, and future issues, will briefly highlight key new findings from our rapid reviews in a condensed format to enable us to share learning in a timely manner. Authors: Jeffery, M., Gilleard, A., Lereya, T., Edbrooke-Childs, J., Deighton, J., Cortina, M.A. (2020).

  • Emerging evidence: coronavirus and children and young people’s mental health (Issue 4)

    We searched for evidence from around the world carried out during the pandemic to explore some specific questions: 1. What are the key mental health challenges for children and young people during the coronavirus pandemic? 2. Are there any particularly vulnerable groups? 3. What might help children and young people to manage these challenges? This issue captures research identified between 15th June and 5th July 2020. Authors: Gilleard, A., Lereya, T., Tait, N., Edbrooke-Childs, J., Deighton, J., Cortina, M.A. (2020).

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  • Emerging evidence: coronavirus and children and young people’s mental health (Issue 3)

    We searched for evidence from around the world carried out during the pandemic to explore some specific questions: 1. What are the key mental health challenges for children and young people during the coronavirus pandemic? 2. Are there any particularly vulnerable groups? 3. What might help children and young people to manage these challenges? This review (Issue 3) captures research identified between 25th May and 14th June 2020. Authors: Gilleard, A., Lereya, T., Tait, N., Edbrooke-Childs, J., Deighton, J., Cortina, M.A. (2020).

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  • Emerging evidence: coronavirus and children and young people’s mental health (Issue 2)

    Emerging evidence: coronavirus and children and young people’s mental health (Issue 2)

    We searched for evidence from around the world carried out during the pandemic to explore some specific questions: 1. What are the key mental health challenges for children and young people during the coronavirus pandemic? 2. Are there any particularly vulnerable groups? 3. What might help children and young people to manage these challenges? This review (Issue 2) captures research published between 5th May 2020 and 24th May 2020. Authors: Cortina, M.A., Gilleard, A., Deighton, J., Edbrooke-Childs, J. (2020).

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  • Emerging evidence: coronavirus and children and young people’s mental health (Issue 1)

    We searched for evidence from around the world carried out during the pandemic to explore some specific questions: 1. What are the key mental health challenges for children and young people during the coronavirus pandemic? 2. Are there any particularly vulnerable groups? 3. What might help children and young people to manage these challenges? This review (Issue 1) was carried out between January 1st 2020 and May 4th 2020. Authors: Cortina, M.A., Gilleard, A., Deighton, J. (2020).

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  • Emerging Evidence: coronavirus and children and young people’s mental health (Issue 8 research bulletin)

    We have been conducting rapid reviews of the emerging evidence surrounding the mental health impacts of the pandemic on children and young people. This final concluding issue aims to reiterate what we have learned, emphasising some of the key studies and setting out recommendations for supporting children and young people’s mental health as the pandemic continues and beyond. Authors: Jeffery, M., Gilleard, A., Lereya, T., Edbrooke-Childs, J., Deighton, J., Tait, N., Cortina, M.A. (2021).

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  • Neural correlates of face familiarity in institutionalised children and links to attachment disordered behaviour

    One of the most well-documented sequelae of early maltreatment and institutionalisation is attachment problems, including behaviours under the labels of reactive attachment disorder (RAD) and disinhibited social engagement disorder (DSED). Despite growing evidence of the neurobiological effects of institutionalisation, the neural correlates of these behavioural patterns are largely unknown. Authors: Oliveira, P. S., Fearon, P, Belsky, J., Mesquita, A., Sampaio, A., Pinal, D., Soares, I. (2022).

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