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Child and adolescent psychiatry in the Far East: A 5-year follow up on the Consortium on Academic Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in the Far East (CACAP-FE) study
Hirota,Tomoya1; Guerrero,Anthony2; Sartorius,Norman3; Fung,Daniel4; Leventhal,Bennett1,5; Ong,Say H.4; Kaneko,Hitoshi6; Apinuntavech,Suporn7; Bennett,Abang8; Bhoomikumar,Jegannathan9; Cheon,Keun Ah5; Davaasuren,Oyunsuren10; Gau,Susan11; Hall,Brian12; Koren,Evgeny13; van Nguyen,Tuan14; Oo,Tin15; Tan,Susan16; Tateno,Masaru17,18; Thikeo,Manivone19; Wiguna,Tjhin20,21; Wong,Mark22; Zheng,Yi23; Skokauskas,Norbert24
2019-02-01
Source PublicationPsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences
ISSN14401819 13231316
Volume73Issue:2Pages:84-89
AbstractAim: Data pertaining to child and adolescent psychiatry (CAP) training systems are limited as extant research has mostly been derived from one-time data collection. This 5-year follow-up survey collects updated information on CAP training systems in the Far East, allowing for the tracking of system changes over the past 5 years. Methods: Data were obtained from 18 countries, or functionally self-governing areas, in the Far East, 17 of which were also included in the original study. An online questionnaire was completed by leading CAP professionals in each country. Questions were expanded in the present study to capture the contents of CAP training. Results: When compared to data from the original study, there has been progress in CAP training systems in the last 5 years. Specifically, there has been an increase in the number of countries with CAP training programs and national guidelines for the training. In addition, the number of CAP departments/divisions affiliated with academic institutions/universities has increased. Findings from 12 of 18 countries in the present study provide data on clinical contents. All informants of the present study reported the need for more child and adolescent psychiatrists and allied professionals. Conclusion: Despite progress in CAP training systems over the last 5 years, the need for more professionals in child and adolescent mental health care in all the relevant areas in this region have yet to be adequately addressed. Continued national efforts and international collaborations are imperative to developing and sustaining new CAP training systems while facilitating improvements in existing programs.
Keywordchild and adolescent mental health services child and adolescent psychiatry Far East postgraduate training
DOI10.1111/pcn.12800
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Language英语
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionUniversity of Macau
Corresponding AuthorSkokauskas,Norbert
Affiliation1.Department of Psychiatry,University of California San Francisco,,San Francisco,United States
2.Department of Psychiatry,University of Hawai'i at Mānoa John A. Burns School of Medicine,,Honolulu,United States
3.Association for the Improvement of Mental Health Programmes,,Geneva,Switzerland
4.Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry,Institute of Mental Health,,Singapore
5.Department of Psychiatry,Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry,Yonsei University College of Medicine,,Seoul,South Korea
6.Department of Psychology,Center for Developmental Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry,Nagoya University,,Aichi,Japan
7.Department of Psychiatry,Mahidol University,,Bangkok,Thailand
8.Department of Psychiatry,Raja Isteri Pengiran Anak Saleha Hospital,,Bandar Seri Begawan,Brunei Darussalam
9.Center for Child and Adolescent Mental Health,,Ta Khmao City,Cambodia
10.Department of Mental Health,Schools of Medicine,Mongolian National University of Medical Science,,Ulaanbaatar,Mongolia
11.Department of Psychiatry,National Taiwan University Hospital,,Taipei,Taiwan
12.Global and Community Mental Health Research Group,Faculty of Social Sciences,University of Macau,,Macao
13.Moscow Research Institute of Psychiatry,,Moscow,Russian Federation
14.Department of Psychiatry,Hanoi Medical University,,Hanoi,Viet Nam
15.Department of Mental Health,University of Medicine – 1 Yangon,,Yangon,Myanmar
16.ParkCity Medical Centre,,Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia
17.Tokiwa Child Development Center,,Sapporo,Japan
18.Department of Neuropsychiatry,Sapporo Medical University,School of Medicine,,Sapporo,Japan
19.Faculty of Post Graduate Studies in Medicine and Public Health,University of Health Science,,Vientiane,Laos
20.Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo National Central General Hospital,,Jakarta,Indonesia
21.Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia,,Jakarta,Indonesia
22.Mindflow Child & Family Psychological Development Centre,,Shatin,Hong Kong
23.Beijing Anding Hospital,Capital Medical University,,Beijing,China
24.Faculty of Medicine,Centre for Child and Youth Mental Health and Child Protection,Norwegian University of Science and Technology,,Trondheim,Norway
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Hirota,Tomoya,Guerrero,Anthony,Sartorius,Norman,et al. Child and adolescent psychiatry in the Far East: A 5-year follow up on the Consortium on Academic Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in the Far East (CACAP-FE) study[J]. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences,2019,73(2):84-89.
APA Hirota,Tomoya.,Guerrero,Anthony.,Sartorius,Norman.,Fung,Daniel.,Leventhal,Bennett.,...&Skokauskas,Norbert.(2019).Child and adolescent psychiatry in the Far East: A 5-year follow up on the Consortium on Academic Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in the Far East (CACAP-FE) study.Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences,73(2),84-89.
MLA Hirota,Tomoya,et al."Child and adolescent psychiatry in the Far East: A 5-year follow up on the Consortium on Academic Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in the Far East (CACAP-FE) study".Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 73.2(2019):84-89.
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