The 14th Annual Child Mental Health Research Network Day

Chair

Professor Barry Wright 

09.30

Registration and coffee

09.45

Professor Barry Wright - Welcome and introduction to COMIC (Child Oriented Mental health Intervention Centre)

10.00

Tracey Bywater - Enhancing Social-Emotional Health and Wellbeing in the Early Years: Testing A Proportionate Universalism Approach with the Incredible Years Parent Programme

10.20

William Shaw, Principal Officer: Project Implementation, City of York Council - York School Wellbeing Service Job title: William Shaw - Project lead for School Wellbeing Service

10.40

Danielle Varley - I-SOCIALISE (Investigating SOcial Competence and Isolation in children with Autism taking part in LEGO-based therapy clubs In School Environments)

11.00

Chris Rhymes, Lead Research NurseCRN: Yorkshire and the Humber | NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN) - 'What is the Yorkshire and Humber Study Support Service?'

11.20

Coffee

11.40

Helena Daffern, Department of Electronics, University of York - Babbleplay: Encouraging babble in infants

12.00

Tracey Kirk, PhD student in Law, Northumbria University - Competence, Capacity, Consent and Assent in Mental Health Research with Children and Young People

12.20

Pasco Fearon, Professor of Developmental Psychopathology, University College London - Attachment interventions for young children in foster care

12.40

Lucy Tindall, PhD Student, Department of Health Sciences, University of York - Is Behavioural Activation (BA) effective as a treatment for children and young people with Depression?

13.00

Buffet Lunch

Chair

Dr Lina Gega

14.00

Craig Callender, Research Associate Young SMILES, Northumberland, Tyne & Wear NHS Trust - Improving Quality of Life for Children with Mentally Ill Parents

14.20

Prof Martin Bland, Emeritus Professor of Health Statistics, DIADS - A futillty analysis for a diagnostic study of autism in deaf children

14.40

Ms Alex Wright-Hughes, Senior Medical Statistician, Leeds Institute of Clinical Trials Research - Results from the SHIFT trial - Self Harm Intervention: Family Therapy

15.00

Summary and close

Location: ARRC Auditorium, Room ARRC/014, Department of Health Sciences, University of York

Admission: Free to those interested in child mental health research

Email: [email protected]

Telephone: Catherine Arthurson: 01904 294244