International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions

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The IACAPAP Bulletin, edited by Professor Joseph M. Rey, MD, Professor, Notre Dame Medical School Sydney and Honorary Professor, Psychological Medicine, University of Sydney, Australia (jmrey@bigpond.net.au), provides official IACAPAP information on a regular basis.

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44 June 2016  
  • IACAPAP 2016, Calgary, Canada
  • Current perspectives on international child and youth mental health
  • The Turkish  Association  of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry celebrates its 25th year at the 26th Annual Conference
  • Kary Schleimer, 1933-2016
  • Herman van Engeland, 1943-2016
  • A word with Dr. Nicole Catheline                
  • Peer Mentoring for Adolescents
  • The Ukrainian annual psychiatry conference 2016
  • Wellness environment: a novel approach to a serious mental health problem
  • Baby Love
  • Depression: the health challenge              
  • JAACAP Connect

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43 February 2016  
  • President’s Column
  • Enhanced IACAPAP Website
  • IACAPAP 2016, Calgary, Canada
  • 56th annual meeting of the Japanese Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
  • ASCAPAP 2015
  • Training mental health professionals in Eritrea
  • More than 60 CAMH professionals at my fingertips
  • A paradigm shift in Alberta children’s mental health services
  • Child and adolescent psychiatry in Iran
  • Child and adolescent mental health activities in Sierra Leone
  • Child psychiatry in Russia in 2015: A synopsis
  • A dynamic 2015 for child and adolescent psychiatry in North Africa:
    • 1st conference of the Tunisian Society of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
    • 5th Congress of the Moroccan Society of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professionals
    • Egypt’s ADHD awareness campaign 2015
  • A binational exchange program to strengthen training in child psychiatry: The Yale Child Study Center –University of São Paulo model
  • The IACAPAP textbook app: now available in iTunes and Google Play
  • 20th National Adolescent Symposium of the Turkish Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
  • Abu Dhabi: 4th International Child and Family Behavioral Health conference

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42 November 2015
  • President’s Column
    By Bruno Fallisard
  • IACAPAP 2016, Calgary, Canada: Call for abstracts
  • A proposed MOOC by IACAPAP
    By Bruno Fallisard
  • The 2015 Helmut Remschmidt Research Seminar
    By James Shelly, Lorie Laroche & Jane Chang
  • IACAPAP 2016, Donald J. Cohen Fellowship Program
  • War-displaced children in Iraqi Kurdistan
    By Abdulbaghi Ahmad
  • A new approach to school mental health in Korea
    By Hyun Ju Hong
  • Latin American league for the study of ADHD
    By Zuleika Morillo de Nieto
  • Saudi Arabia: 3rd International Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Review Course
    By Khalid A Bazaid and Muhammad Waqar Azeem
  • The “Vilnius virus” 
    By Sigita Lesinskienė
  • Japan: Child and adolescent psychiatry in the Far East
    By Norbert Skokauskas
  • Zimbabwe: Reviving child and adolescent mental
    health services in Harare 
    By Isabella Omogbeja, Florence Muchirahondo, Bazondlile Dube-Marimbe, Arnold
    Mutemeri and Theodora Mildred Chikwanha
  • Spain: 16th ESCAP Congress
  • Lithuania: letter to the Editor, 16th ESCAP Congress
  • IACAPAP 2016, Calgary, Canada: Keynote speakers

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41 June 2015
  • President’s Column
    By Bruno Falissard
  • The 2015 edition of the eTextbook 
    By Joseph M Rey
  • IACAPAP 2016, Calgary, Canada
  • Translating the e-textbook into Portugues
    By Dr Flávio Dias Silva
  • The global promise of wearable technology in children’s mental health
    By Dr Arshya Vahabzadeh
  • The National Days of the French Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry & Allied Disciplines (SFPEADA), Dijon
    By Anne-Catherine Rolland
  • Building child and adolescent mental health capacity in Africa
    By Tolulope Bella-Awusah & Olayinka Omigbodun
  • Ukraine. Methodological and legal aspects of diagnosis, treatment and social care of mental and behavioral disorders in different age groups
    By Igor Martsenkovsky
  • Egypt’s Autism Awareness Month 2015
    By Dr Eman Gaber
  • Global empowerment in autism
  • History and structure of the Helmut Remschmidt Research Seminar
    By Helmut Remschmidt
  • Baku. A window to central Asia Publishing in CAPMH: FAQs
    By Kerim Munir, Ikram Rustamov & Beverley Gilligan

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40  February 2015
  • President’s Column
    By Bruno Falissard
  • Update about the eTextbook
  • A day in the life of a visiting child-psychiatrist
    in Addis Ababa
    By Henrikje Klasen
  • ASDEU: Autism Spectrum Disorders in Europe
  • The 7th Scientific Conference and Annual General Meeting, Bangladesh Association for Child & Adolescent Mental Health
    By Dr Nafia Farzana Chowdhury
  • Singapore Establishes a Section of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
    By Dr Say How Ong
  • Award to Füsun Çetin Çuhadaroğlu
  • Abu-Dhabi, UAE: The 3rd International Child Mental & Behavioral Health Conference
    By Hesham Hamoda, MD, MPH &
    Ahmad Almai, MD
  • Kuwait: The 1st Arab and Eastern Mediterranean Infant Mental Health Meeting
    By Hesham Hamoda, MD, MPH & John Fayyad, MD & Bibi Alamiri, MD, SM
  • Jamaica: DAW—Dream a World
    By Jaswant Guzder MD
  • Chile: Caring for children and adolescents with mental disorders
    By Matias Irarrazaval MD, MPH
  • France: Reference centre for rare diseases with psychiatric expression & early onset schizophrenia 
    By Anne-Catherine Rolland
  • E James Anthony (1916-2014)
    By Helmut Remschmidt, 
    Colette Chiland & Myron Belfer

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39 November 2014
  • President’s Column
    By Bruno Falissard
  • The 21st World Congress Report
  • Development of self-directed learning, self-assessment and teaching aids for the IACAPAP e-Textbook
  • Interview with Robert Goodman
    By Maite Ferrin
  • Nigeria: Promoting Child and Adolescent Mental Health through the MIND Trust
    By Yewande Oshodi
  • Spain: Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Recognized
    By Cesar Soutullo and Ana Figueroa-Quintana
  • France: Michel Wawrzyniak New President of SFPEADA
    By Anne-Catherine Rolland
  • UK: MSc in Child and Adolescent Mental Health at the Institute of Psychiatry
    By Satomi Yoshida
  • The European Federation of Psychiatric Trainees
    By Ana Moscosa and Athanasios Kanellopoulos
  • iDream Award
    By Myron Belfer
  • The 2nd Yeah for IACAPAP Symposium at the Durban Congress: A Focus on Contemporary Health System Challenges
    By Jibril Abdulmalik, Odd Sverre Westbye, Hesham Hamoda, Daniel Fung, Myron L. Belfer, Norbert Skokauskas

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38 July 2014
  • President’s Report 2010 – 2014
    By Olayinka Omigbodun
  • France: At the Start of the Hunger
    By Anne-Catherine Rolland
  • Bangladesh: 6th Annual Conference and General Meeting of BACAMH
    By Nafia Farzana
  • Germany: New remuneration-system “PEPP” causes major concerns in the German psychiatric community
    By Florian Zepf and Caroline Biskup
  • Paper and Grant Writing Workshop by YICAP and DGKJP
    By Caroline Biskup and Florian Zepf
  • An Identity Crisis in Child/Adolescent Psychiatry?
    By Gordon Harper
  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry – The Need to Cooperate with the Education Sector
    By Sigita Lesinskiene
  • Nigeria: #Bring Back Our Girls
    By Aisha Abubakar-Abdullateef and Tolulope Bella-Awusah
  • UK/Nigeria: A Nigerian child psychiatrist gives back
    By Ibironke Annette Amodu
  • Egypt: New Hope for Children with Autism in Egypt
    By Helen Soliman
  • Saudi Arabia: 2nd International Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Review Course, Jeddah, April 18 – 20, 2014
  • Bridging Research Gaps in Developing Countries
    By Dejan Stevanovic and Olayinka Atilola
  • Mental Health Highlights and Updates from Canada and Alberta
    By TCR Wilkes
  • Continuum, evolution in ADHD
    By Maite Ferrin

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37 February 2014
  • President’s column. From research to practice: global challenges in CAMH care
    By Olayinka Omigbodun
  • The First Helmut Remschmidt Research Seminar in Africa
    By Nkokone Tema & Jibril Abdulmalik
  • 7th Congress of the Asian Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry & Allied Professions
    By Savita Malhotra
  • Three years since The Great East Japan Earthquake
    Junko Yagi
  • 54 Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
    By Takeshi Ujiie
  • Joaquin Fuentes’ Golden Drum
    By Andrés Martin
    ISAPP Regional Meeting in Ankara
    By Füsun Çuhadaroğlu
  • XIX Congress Child Psychiatry Association of Latin America (FLAPIA)
    By Laura Viola
  • The Pacifica Study Group
    By Suzanne Dean

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36 November 2013
  • President’s Column: Rays of Hope in Child & Adolescent Mental Health
    By Olayinka Omigbodun
  • The WHO Approves the Mental Health Action Plan 2013 to 2020
    By Myron Belfer
  • Catalyzing the Publication of International Research in Child and Adolescent Mental Health
    By Christian Kieling and Andres Martin
  • YEAH for IACAPAP – Present and Future Directions
    By Norbert Skokauskas, Jibril Abdulmalik, Daniel Fung, Odd Sverre Westbye, Say How Ong, Hesham Hemoda, Myron Belfer, Gordon Harper
  • Nigeria: Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services in Kaduna, Northern Nigeria
    By Folorunsho Nuhu
  • Saudi Arabia – 1st International Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Review Course
    By Khalid Bazaid and Muhammad Waqar Azeem
  • Ukraine is Reforming Mental Health Care for Children
    By Dmytro Martsenkovskyi
  • South Africa – Improving Mental Health Outcomes for Children Affected by HIV/AIDS
    By Sarah Skeen, Mark Tomlinson, Lorraine Sherr
  • France – The Clinical Research Hospital Program
    By Anne-Catherine Rolland
  • Iraq – Child Mental Health in Iraqi Kurdistan – Setbacks and Sustained Recovery
    by Abdulbaghi Ahmad

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35 July 2013
  • President’s Column: A world in which child & adolescent mental health is valued, promoted and protected
    By Olayinka Omigbodun
  • Australia: Interview with Professor Marie Bashir
    By Joseph Ray and Garry Walter
  • What are the Journals saying about the Textbook?
  • Bangladesh. Workshop on CBT in paediatric OCD
    By Nafia Farzana Chowdhury
  • 5th Cross-Strait Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Conference
    By Hsueh-Ling Chang
  • China. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in Xi’an
    By Wang Yaping
  • Kuwait. Training child and adolescent mental health professionals
    By Bibi Alamiri
  • Spain. The Alicia Koplowitz Foundation
    By Cesar Soutullo and Ana Figueroa
  • South Africa. Improving parent-child attachment
    By Mark Tomlinson, Peter Cooper, Lynne Murray, Greg Moran and Pasco Fearon
  • New Zealand. Computerised cognitive behaviour therapy in the South Seas
    By Mathijs Lucassen
  • Brazil. Child and adolescent crack users
    By Thiago Gatti Pianca
  • Pakistan. The first child psychiatry inpatient unit
    By Nazish Imran and Muhammad Waqar Azeem
  • Lithuania. Is clinical work the only duty of the child psychiatrist?
    By Sigita Lesinskiene

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34 February 2013
  • President’s Column: Changing the landscape of child and adolescent mental health
    By Olayinka Omigbodun
  • An open access online journal is now IACAPAP’s official scientific journal
  • Bangladesh 5th Annual Conference and General Meeting of BACAMH
    By Mohammad S I Mullick
  • Training in child and adolescent mental health on the move in Bangladesh
    By Nafia Farzana Chowdhury
  • Russia bans adoptions by Americans
    By Olga Rusakovskaya
  • Turkey – Adolescent Mental Health Symposium
    By Füsun Çuhadaroğlu Çetin
  • Germany – DGKJP 33rd Congress
    By Florian Zepf
  • Ukraine – Diagnosing autism spectrum disorders in adults
    By Martsenkovskyi Dmytro
  • Ukraine – Psychological measurement in Children with Mental Health problems
    By Oleg Burlachuk
  • International meeting for autism research 2013
  • Argentinian children are afraid
    By Andrea Abadi
  • Giant leap forward in Morocco – Interview with Drs Rajae Sbihi and Ghizlane Benjelloun
    By Naoufel Gaddour
  • Canada – IACAPAP Congress, Calgary 2016
    By Dr Chris Wilkes
  • USA – Partnering for the Worlds’ Children
    By Joaquin Fuentes
  • ASIA – Building partnerships to support mental health resilience in Asian communities affected by disaster
    By Christine Tan, Tjhin Wiguna

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33 November 2012
  • Mentors, Mentees and the Mentoring Process in CAMH
    By Olayinka Omigbodun
  • Lithuanian Child and Adolescent Mental Health Professionals Hail the Availability of the IACAPAP Textbook
    By M Jakaite, I Kazakeviciute and S Lesinskiene
  • Paris Transformers – DJ Cohen Fellowship Program, Paris, 2012
    By Andres Martin and Joaquin Fuentes
  • Building Kuwait’s Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services
    By Bibi Alamin
  • Child & Adolescent Psychiatry in South Africa
    By Brian Robertson
  • The Ukrainian-American Partnership in Child Psychiatry
    By Marina Nesterenko
  • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Training in Ukraine
    By Dennis Ougrin
  • Centre for Child & Adolescent Mental Health, University of Ibadan
    By Tolu Bella
  • YEAH for IACAPAP Report
    By Norbert Skokauskas, Myron Belfer, Daniel Shuen Sheng Fung, Jillian Sok Teng Boon, Jibril Abdulmalik, Hesham Hamoda

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32 August 2012
  • Concerted Action for Child and Adolescent Mental Health
    By Olayinka Omigbodun
  • IACAPAP World Congress “Brain, Mind and Development” Paris 2012
    By Jean-Phillippe Raynaud
  • Amira Seif Eldin: International Contribution Award
    By Myron Belfer
  • 3rd Helmut Remschmidt Research Seminar
    By Caroline Gromark and Ulrika Henriksson
  • Dr Gaye: AACAP triple crown winner
    By Joaquin Fuentes
  • Ukraine: Abuse of children with developmental disabilities in Eastern Europe
    By Dmytro Martsenkovskyi
  • Spain: Pandah, plan of action in ADHD
    By Cesar Soutullo and Ana Figueroa
  • Russia: GE Suchareva and Russian child psychiatry
    By O A Rusakovskaya
  • Taiwan: Taiwanese Society of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Meeting
    By Sophie Liang

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31 February 2012
  • Restructuring a Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service in Lagos, Nigeria: Impact of a Global Partnership Program
    By Dr (Mrs)Yewande O. Oshodi
  • e-mintza – A free application to generate a personal communication board in your computer or tablet
    By Joaquin Fuentes, MD
  • A Delinquency Prevention Program in Kobe
    By Koji Miyaguchi, MD & Sadaaki Shirataki, MD
  • Autism in Venezuela: Beyond Translation, Acculturation and Testing
    By Cecilia Montiel Nava, PhD
  • Brazil Creates a National Institute of Developmental Psychiatry for Children and Adolescents
    By Ana Soledade Graeff-Martins & Guilherme Vanoni Polanczyk
  • My Career Journey
    By Betty Lepps

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30 November 2011
  • IACAPAP and the Life Cycle
    By Olayinka Omigbodun
  • The Revolution in Tunisia – Impact on Children
    By Naoufel Gaddour
  • The Spanish ADHD Guidelines
    By Cesar A. Soutullo
  • Global Perspectives on Postgraduate Child Psychiatry Training – Challenges, Choices and Solutions
    By Norbert Skokauskas, Enrico Mezzacappa, Daniel Gorman, Ólafur Guðmundsson, Tanveer Sandhu, Ong Say How, Anthony P. Guerrero
  • IACAPAP – A Brief History
    By Kari Schleimer
  • Child Psychiatry Activities in the South American Cone
    By Andrea Abadi
  • Commemorating the International Day of the African Child in Nigeria
    By Tolulope Bella-Awusah, Jibril Abdulmalik
  • Christchurch – The Aftermath
    By Steph Moor

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29 June 2011
  • Japan’s Earthquake
    By Yoshiro Ono
  • WPA Guidelines about Relationships with Pharmaceutical Companies
  • The Yale Child Study Center Centennial: An International Perspective
    By Andrés Martin
  • The Yale Child Study Center Centennial – ERICE and Peace-by-Peace
    By James F. Leckman
  • YCSC Strives Towards Upholding the Rights of the World’s Youngest Citizens
    By Andrés Martin, Liliana Angelica Ponguta
  • From America to Egypt and Back
    By Paul El-Fishawy
  • EMEA, the European Medicines Agency
    By Ana Figueroa-Quintana, Cesar A Soutullo
  • Child Psychiatry in Iraq
    By Abdulbaghi Ahmad
  • Nigeria: Training Course in Ibadan
    By Rotimi Adejumo, Jibril Abdulmalik, Niran Okewole, Uche Asuzu
  • Russia: The Rebirth of Vocational Training for Young People
    By GA Golovina, OA Rusakovskaya, OO Volkova

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February 2011

  • Section of Child Psychiatry SSNPNU, Ukraine
    By Igor Martsenkovsky
  • Rich Countries Letting Poorest Children Fall Behind
    By Sigita Lesinskiene
  • Australia: Preventing Anxiety Disorders – A Conversation with Ron Rapee
    By Joseph M Rey
  • Views of Young People on Binge Drinking
    By Haruna Nyanzi

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November 2010

  • A Report of the IACAPAP Executive Meeting in Beijing
  • The President’s Report for 2006-2010
  • Award to Myron Belfer
  • The DJ Cohen Fellowship Program in Beijing
  • A Report About the Taiwanese Society of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
    By Hsueh-Ling Chang
  • News from Spain and Australia

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July 2010

  • Improving Child Mental Health
  • The 2nd Helmut Remschmidt Research Seminar – Diary of Two Young Researchers
    By Sophie Hsin-Yi Liang, Chi-Yung Shang
  • Problem Based Learning in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
    By Norbert Skokauskas, Susan MK Tan, Cynthia Santos, Moli Paul, Anthony PS Guerrero
  • The Japanese Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry – 50 Years Old
    By Kazuhiko Saito, Yoshiro Ono

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President’s Report

May 2010

  • 2006 to 2010

Presidents Report 2006-2010

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February 2010

  • IACAPAP Ambassadors: Building New Bridges
  • Child and Adolescent Mental Health in Africa – Is It Really Time to Dance?
    By Olayinka Omigbodun
  • The Bangladesh Association for Child & Adolescent Mental Health
    By Mohammad S I Mullick
  • The Department of Child Mental Health in Dohuk (Iraq)
    By Abdulbaghi Ahmad
  • Letter from Cape Town
    By Julius Oats

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November 2009

  • ESCAP Conference Budapest 2009
  • Donald J Cohen Fellowships 2010
  • Towards ICD-10 and DSM-V
  • IACAPAP Executive Meets in Budapest
  • Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
  • Development of Child Mental Health Services in Central and Eastern Europe
    By Dainius Puras
  • Donald J Cohen Fellowship Program, Budapest 2009
    By Gisela Sugranyes

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June 2009

  • Towards Beijing: Three Yale Dispatches from China
  • A Yale child Study Center Visit to China
    By Andres Martin
  • Training with Wide Latitude
    By Edwin Williamson
  • Returning – Bound by Tradition
    By Ying Wang
  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in France – Introduction
    By Collete Chiland
  • Why Should Child Psychiatrists by Interested in Rare Diseases
    By Olivier Bonnot, Raffaella Lucanto, David Cohen
  • Family-Baby Psychotherapies in Transcultural Situations
    By Olivier Bonnot, Raffaella Lucanto, David Cohen
  • Maisons des Adolescents
    By Aurélie Harf, Marie Rose Moro
  • Spain Recognises Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
    By Maria Dolores Dominguez Santos
  • Evolve – A Service to Help Children in Care
    By Martin Beckman

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February  2009

  • 5th EMACAPAP Research and Training Seminar
  • Child and Mental Health in Africa
  • IACAPAP Study Group in Trakai, Lithuania
  • Iraqi Association for Child Mental Health – A Vision to Promote Child and Adolescent Mental Health in Iraq
    By Abdul Kareem Alobaidi
  • Child and Adolescent Mental Health in Africa – A Collective Voice to Reject the Neglect
    By Olayinka Omigbodun
  • Fundacion Alicia Koplowitz – Working to improve the mental health of Spanish children and adolescents
  • China’s One-Child Policy – The Boldest Experiment in Population Control in the History of the World
    By Ying Wang

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November 2008

  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in Asia
  • The 2008 IACAPAP Book
  • The Act of Giving Back
  • The Aftermath of the Istanbul Congress
  • Child and Adolescent Mental Health in Pakistan
    By Ayesha Mian
  • Spanish Child Psychiatry Fighting for Recognition
    By María J. Mardomingo
  • ARPCAPA: New Associated Member of IACAPAP
    By Luliana Dobrescu, Felicia Iftene Vartic
  • The First Chair of Child and Adolescent Mental Health in South Africa
    By Alan Flisher
  • The Aftermath of the Istanbul Congress
    By Nese Erol

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June 2008

  • Declaration of the Consortium for Global Infant, Child and Adolescent Mental Health
    By Myron L. Belfer
  • An Asian Perspective
  • The 2nd YIBcap Symposium – Bildungsroman and the Importance of Mentorship
    By FD Zepf, T. Lempp, S. Hohmann
  • Spanish and Latin-American Child Mental Health in Istanbul
    By Montse Pamias

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April 2008

  • First South-American Research Seminar in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
  • Children without Protection, the Innocent Victims in Iraq
    By Abdul Kareem Salman AlObaidi
  • Planting the Seeds for Future Research in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
    By Lior Schapir, A.Guven Kılıçoğlu

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Spring 2007

  • Serge Lebovici: The Man and his Charisma
    By Colette Chiland
  • In Honor of Serge Lebovici – Trans-generational Transmission: Concept and Practice
    By Marie Rose Moro
  • Psychoanalytical and Clinical Research on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
    By Marie-Michèle Bourrat

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May 2006

  • An Interview with Professor Colette Chiland
    By Marie Rose Moro
  • A Swedish Tribute to Colette Chiland for her excellent work in understanding and treating transsexualism
    By Per-Anders Rydelius
  • Colette Chiland dans son équipe au Centre
    By Alfred Binet. Michèle Pollak-Cornillot
  • European Union of Medical Specialists
    By Kari Schleimer
  • Country Reports – Icelandic Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
    By Helga Hannesdottir
  • Lithuania
    By Sigita Lesinskiene
  • Global Reporters – The Wealth of Nations: Child Psychiatry in India
    By Anita Kishore
  • Mexico City: Safety Concerns Foremost in Young People’s Minds
    By Arturo Cervantes

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Fall 2005

  • Atlas for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Resources: Global Concerns
  • Global Reporters at Large – The Trial: On Being a Muslim Woman Child Psychiatrist in Houston
    By Ayesha I. Mian
  • Finding My Way in the Holy Land
    By Jeff Q. Bostic
  • The Trouble with Tippies
    By Thomas Moss
  • An American (Child Psychiatry Resident) in Paris
    By Yann Poncin
  • Letter from Montevideo: Child Psychiatry in the Health-Education Interface: The Uruguayan Experience
    By Ariel Gold
  • On the Disconnect Between Science and Society: A Medical Student’s Report
    By Alexander Westphal
  • National Society Profiles Association of Child and Adolescent Mental Health – Turkey
    By Bahar Gökler

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Fall 2004

  • After the 16th International Congress Bulletin
  • 16th International Congress Bulletin Supplement
  • From the Permanent IACAPAP Archivist: History of IACAPAP
    By Kari Schleimer
  • Children All Over the World
    By Marie Rose Moro1 Felicia Heidenreich
  • In Memory of Mrs. Indira Gupta
    By Cynthia R. Pfeffer
  • Child Mental Health: Not Just for Children
    By Savita Malhotra

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August 2004

  • The Necessity for Peace Education
    By Cynthia Pfeffer
  • Learning to Live Together: Preventing Hatred and Violence in Child and Adolescent Development
    By David Hamburg. Beatrix Hamburg
  • What We Can Learn from Animal Models of Peace Education
    By Cynthia Pfeffer
  • Un itinéraire
    By Colette Chiland
  • 16th IACAPAP Congress Declaration: Assuring Mental Health for Children and Adolescents
  • Juvenile Delinquency in Japan
    By Kosuke Yamazaki
  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in Germany
    By Beabe Herpertz-Dahlmann
  • Before and After 9/11: Pediatric Victims of War and Terrorism
    By Keith Cheng, Jenny Tsai, Ruth Kizza
  • Greetings from Iceland: The Present Status of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in Iceland
    By Helga Hannesdóttir
  • Greetings from Korea
    By K. Michael Hong

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September 2003

  • In Homage to Donald Cohen
    By Sylvia Tordjirnan
  • Remembering Serge Lebovici and Al Solnit
  • The Promised Childhood Congress
    By Noam Soreni, David Ben-Dar
  • Comments on Professor Donald Cohen’s Sterling Lecture “Life is With People”
    By Jocelyn Hattab
  • The Sharm El-Sheik Meeting and the Declaration of EMACAPAP: A Historical Landmark
    By Per-Anders Rydelius
  • Declaration of Jerusalem 2000
  • Declaration of Modena: Genetics of Autism – French Perspectives
  • Declaration of Sharm El Sheikh on the EMACAPAP
  • Child and Mental Health in Australia
    By Barry Nurcombe
  • Current Trends and Future Perspectives of Child and Adolescent Mental Health in France
  • Current Trends and Future Perspectives of International Child and Adolescent Mental Health in India
    By Savita Malhotra
  • Current Trends and Future Perspectives of International Child and Adolescent Mental Health: Discussion in Italy
    Cynthia Pfeffer
  • Current Trends and Future Perspectives of International Child and Adolescent Mental Health: The Uruguayan Situation
    By Miguel Cherro-Aguerre
  • Czech Center for Assisting Children and Families
  • Statement for Brazil
    By Salvador Celia
  • Statement for Egypt
    By Amira Seif El Din
  • Statement for Israel
    By Sam Tyano
  • Statement for Germany
    By Helmut Remschmidt
  • Some Brief Comments from Sweden on Today’s Situation
    By P-A Rydelius, Kari Schleimer
  • Bioethics in Child Psychiatry
    By Jocelyn Y. Hattab
  • Children in Turmoil during the Greek Civil War 1046 – 1949: Today’s Adults – A Longitudinal Study on Children Confined with their Mothers in Prisom
    By Per-Anders Rydelius
  • Generative Tensions Molding Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in the United States of America
    By J. Gerald Young
  • Resume of the Voices of Participants in “The Promised Childhood”
    By Martin Feichtinger
  • Sanctuary: The Donald J. Cohen Auditorium
    By Andres Martin
  • A Child Psychiatrist Goes to Brazil
    By Marc A. Forman
  • A Student’s Perspective: An Artist’s Journey
    By Alexis Greer
  • Students’ Perspectives: Reactions to War
    By Lily Benjamin, Erin O’Connell, Ryan Shugarman, Brooke Watanabe, Ingrid Gonzalez
  • A Student’s Perspective: Notes from a IACAPAP Fellow
    By Peter Leckman
  • Developing a Database of Victims Who Died on September 11, 2001
    By Karen Wong, Tiffany Turner
  • Adolescent Crime and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
    By Kosuke Yamazaki

Bulletin 13

12

March 2002

  • Remembering Donald Cohen

Bulletin 12

11

June 2000

  • Jerusalem 2000 – The Promised Childhood
  • A Student’s Perspective: The Challenge of Returning Home After Studying Overseas
  • Child and Adolescent Mental Health Needs in Developing Countries: Role of NGOs in India
  • Remembering Paul Andoulonis

Bulletin 11

10

August 1999

  • Children’s Advocacy: Important Networks Promoting Child Mental Health – Telefono Azzurro
  • IACAPAP Presidential Lecture: Donald J. Cohen, M.D.
    By Desmond Kaplan
  • A Student’s Perspective: Accounting for Culture within the Therapeutic Relationship
    By Jane Jung
  • New Techniques in Neuroscience
    By Paul Lombroso
  • Nurse’s Role in Hospital Care for Suicidal Teenagers with Traumas
    By Marie-Joseph Ruard
  • A Student’s Perspective: A View of Bulgaria
    By David Breseh
  • Teenage Pregnancy: An Unheard Cry
    By Chanelle Richards
  • Albert Schweitzer Institute for the Humanities and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
  • A Student’s Perspective – Alone in a Hearing World: Therapeutic Communication with the Deaf
    By Steve Weissman
  • “Teachers as Therapists”: A Program to Help War Traumatized Children Around the Globe
    By Syed Arshad Husain
  • Italy, for Example
    By Stefano Palazzi
  • Child & Adolescent Psychiatry: A Viewpoint for Developing Countries
    By Savita Malhotra

Bulletin 10

9

December 1998

  • IACAPAP – Presidential Lecture: Donald J. Cohen, M.D.
    By Desmond Kaplan
  • Profile of IACAPAP President Helmut E. Remschmidt, M.D., Ph.D.
  • When Planning For a Scientific Congress – Some Memories and a Look Back in the Mirror from a Program Chairman
    By Per-Anders Rydelius
  • Eastern European Child Abuse Project
    By Owen Lewis, Pamela Sicher

Bulletin 9

8

April 1998

  • Student’s Perspective: Minority Students in the United States
    By Sylvia Gonzalez
  • Coping and Personal Development: A Young Musician’s Experience
    By Carolyn Kiel
  • A Child’s Perspective
    Written by Dianne, age 11 years
  • Current Issues in Australia and New Zealand
    By Victor Storm
  • Development of Child and Adolescent Mental Health in India: The Last 40 Years
    By L. P. Shah, Renu B. Sheth
  • Training and Working in the U.S.: The experience of a foreign (international) medical graduate
    By Patricio G. Fischman
  • An Excellent Professional Experience in England
    By Eric Fombonne
  • Thoughts on the Experience of a Psychiatrist in the USA
    By Sylvie Tordjman
  • A Dutch Child Psychiatrist Looking Back on a Two Year Visit to the USA
    By Ruud B. Minderaa
  • Child Psychiatry in Egypt – Present Status: Needs and Demands
    By A. Okasha
  • The Building Blocks of Childhood, A Spotlight on Foster Care Children
    By Sandra Sepulveda
  • The International Initiative: Mission Statement and Ethos
  • European Forum for All Psychiatric Trainees (EFPT)
  • UEMS/CAPP-Section, The East European Committee in Sweden
    By Kari Schleimer

Bulletin 8

6

September 1997

  • Trauma and Psychic Development: Perspectives from risk Studies and Developmental Psychopathology
    By John B. Sikorski
  • Child Mental Health and Child Psychiatry in the Arab World
    By Myron Belfer
  • Conditions of Psycho-neurological Help to the Children of Latvia
    By Jewgeni J. Zaltsman
  • Student Perspective on Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa
    By Tassie Hajal
  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Day Care and Inpatient Treatment in the Netherlands
    By F. Verheij
  • Child Psychiatrists in Turkey: Only 35 for 10 million children and adolescents
    By M. Yanki Yazgan
  • The Influence of Athletic Involvement on Psychosocial Development
    By Jenny Meyer
  • Unique Challenges Facing Iranian Children and Adolescents Growing Up
    By Javad Alaghband-Rad
  • School Mental Health Program in Alexandria
    By Amira Seif El Din
  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in Russia
    By Paul A. Andrulonis
  • Collaboration with a Chinese Psychologist in China
    By Paul Kay
  • Irish Families Under Stress
    By Michael Fitzgerald
  • First Ladies, Women Leaders Pledge Unprecedented Efforts on Mental Health
  • A Joint Statement of International Women Leaders for Mental Health
  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Program in France: A Latin American Point of View
    By German Casas-Nieto

Bulletin 6

5

January 1997

  • Developing a Declaration for Universal Guidelines for Mental Health Services for Children and Adolescents
    By Gil Zalsman, Michael Kaplan
  • Declaration of Venice: Principles for Organizing Mental Health Systems for Children and Adolescents – 1996
  • Psychoanalytical Approach to Child Mental Health
    By Colette Chiland
  • Psychopharmacology in Children: Interethnic Considerations
    By Michael J. Napoliello
  • Psychotherapy Research for Children and Adolescents: UBI Sumus?
    Euthymia D. Hibbs
  • A Child and Adolescent Mental Health Joint Training Program with Latvia
    By Kari Schleimer
  • The Relationship between Teenager and Parent
    By Joseph Cohen
  • A Personal View of IACAPAP
    By Henry H. Work
  • Identity of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Specialist
    By Kari Schleimer
  • Increasing Scientific Publication Around the World
    By John F. McDermott
  • Asian Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions
    By Kosuke Yamazaki
  • Prevention of Suicide Among Young People in the Nordic Countries
    By Danuta Wasserman

Bulletin 5

4

Summer 1996

  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in Hungary
    By Agnes Vetre
  • Humanism, Trauma and the Adolescent
    By Michael Kalogerakis
  • Trends in Pediatric Psychopharmacology: Current Status
    By Benedetto Vitiello, Peter S. Jensen
  • WHO Calls for Investment in Youth
  • To be a Child in Hungary
    By Andrew Varga
  • Japan: A Youth’s Perspective
    By Sakura Tajima
  • Cultural Values in Japan and the United States
    By Lisa Pfeffer
Bulletin 4

3

September / November 1995

  • The AACAP Website: Its Significance to International Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
  • Reflections About Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Project Vida in Brazil
    By Salvador Celia
  • The World Association for Infant Mental Health: Current Developments and Future Directions
    By Joy D. Osofsky
  • Comments from Children Who Experience Excessive Stress
  • A Visit to Refugee Detention Camps in Guantanamo, Cuba
    By Gordon Harper
  • A Visit to Bosnia
    By Bradley D. Stein
  • The Street Children of Brazil
    By Jacob Roth, Emily Roth
  • Earthquake, Kobe, Japan, 1995
    By Kosuke Yamazaki
  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychotherapy in Germany
    By Helmut Remschmidt
  • The Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Professions
    By Jim Stevenson
  • Ethics of Knowledge
  • Adolescent Stress in the United States
    By Joseph Cohen
Bulletin 3

2

April 1995

  • Violence and the Vulnerable Child
    By Glenn Elliiot, John B. Sikorski
  • The SCUD Missiles Attacks over Israeli Civilian Population
    By Nathaniel Laor, Leo Wolmer
  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in the Context of Political Change and Violence: National Reports from Eastern and Central Europe
  • UNICEF Program for Children Affected by War in Former Yugoslavia
    By Rune Stuvland
Bulletin 2

1

January 1994

  • A Child and Adolescent Mental Health Joint Training Program
    By Kari Schleimer
  • Developing Teaching and Training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in Hungary: An EC Tempus Project
    By William Lt. Parry-Jones
  • History of the IACAPAP
    By Gerald Caplan, Reimer Jensen, Serge Lebovici
  • Proclamation: May 14, 1992, Assuring the Mental Health of Children
    By Irving Philips, Kari Schleimer
Bulletin 1

Bulletins for 1964 to 1991 are available in the archive. Please contact Kari Schleimer at kari.schleimer@comhem.se to request a copy.

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