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Adversity profiles of children receiving care and support from social services: A latent-class analysis of school-aged children in Wales Rebecca Anthony, Jonathan Scourfield, Graham Moore, Shantini Paranjothy, Annette Evans, Sinead Brophy, Rhian Daniel, Sara Long Wiley

Association of cannabis, cannabidiol and synthetic cannabinoid use with mental health in UK adolescents Hotham, J., Cannings-John, R., Moore, L., Hawkins, J., Bonell, C., Hickman, M., White, J. The British Journal of Psychiatry

Conceptualising the primary to secondary school transition within the theoretical framework of ecosocial theory Caitlyn Donaldson, Graham Moore, Jemma Hawkins International Journal of Educational and Life Transitions

Cross-cohort change in parent-reported emotional problem trajectories across childhood and adolescence in the UK – ScienceDirect Jessica Armitage; Alex Kwong; Foteini Tseliou; Ruth Sellers; Rachel Blakey; Rebecca Anthony; Frances Rice; Anita Thapar; Stephan Collishaw The Lancet Psychiatry

Factors associated with adolescent pregnancy in Maharashtra, India: a mixed-methods study Shruti Shukla, Andrés F. Castro Torres, Rucha Vasumati Satish, Yulia Shenderovich, Ibukun-Oluwa Omolade Abejirinde, Janina Isabel Steinert Taylor & Francis Online

Identifying Adolescents at Highest Risk of ART Non-adherence, Using the World Health Organization-Endorsed HEADSS and HEADSS+ Checklists Lucie. D Cluver, Yulia Shenderovich, Marko Seslija, Siyanai Zhou, Elona Toska, Alice Armstrong, Laurie. A Gulaid, Wole Ameyan, Matteo Cassolato, Caroline C. Kuo, Christina Laurenzi, Lorraine Sherr Springer

Identities of women who have an autoimmune rheumatic disease [ARD] during pregnancy planning, pregnancy and early parenting: A qualitative study Denitza Williams, Bethan Pell, Aimee Grant, Julia Sanders, Ann Taylor, Adrian Edwards, Ernest Choy, Rhiannon Phillips PLoS One

Interventions targeting the mental health and wellbeing of care-experienced children and young people in higher-income countries: Evidence map and systematic review Rhiannon Evans, Sarah MacDonald, Rob Trubey, Jane Noyes, Michael Robling, Simone Willis, Maria Boffey, Charlotte Wooders, Soo Vinnicombe, G. J. Melendez-Torres Systematic Review

Protective factors for adolescent sexual risk behaviours and experiences linked to HIV infection in South Africa: a three-wave longitudinal analysis of caregiving, education, food security, and social protection William E. Rudgard, Maria Granvik Saminathen, Mark Orkin, Boladé Hamed Banougnin, Yulia Shenderovich, Elona Toska BMC Public Health 23(1452) (2023)

Protocol to evaluate the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of an environmental nutrition and physical activity intervention in nurseries (Nutrition and Physical Activity Self Assessment for Child Care – NAP SACC UK): a multicentre cluster randomised controlled trial Ruth Kipping, Miranda Pallan, Kim Hannam, Kate Willis, Alex Dobell, Chris Metcalfe, Russell Jago, Laura Johnson, Rebecca Langford, Corby K. Martin, William Hollingworth, Madeleine Cochrane, James White, Pete Blair, Zoi Toumpakari, Jodi Taylor, Dianne Ward, Laurence Moore, Tom Reid, Megan Pardoe, Liping Wen, Marie Murphy, Anne Martin, Stephanie Chambers, Sharon Anne Simpson BMC Public Health

Psychological distress, self-harm and suicide attempts in gender minority compared with cisgender adolescents in the UK James White, Mai-Han Trinh, Colleen A. Reynolds British Journal of Psychiatry Open

A qualitative exploration of stakeholder perspectives on the implementation of a whole school approach to mental health and emotional well-being in Wales  R Brown, J Van Godwin, A Edwards, M Burdon, G Moore Health Education Research

School- and community-based counselling services for children and young people aged 7–18 in the UK: A rapid review of effectiveness, implementation and acceptability Lauren Copeland, Simone Willis, Amy Edwards, Siôn Jones, Nicholas Page, Simon Murphy, Rhiannon Evans Wiley

School health and wellbeing and national education system reform: A qualitative study Sara Jayne Long, Jemma Hawkins, Simon Murphy, Graham Moore British Educational Research Journal

Socioeconomic inequalities in the risk of suicide attempts among sexual minority adolescents: Findings from the UK’s Millennium Cohort Study James White, Sophie Borgia, David H. Rehkopf The Lancet Regional Health – Europe

Socio-economic status and well-being: an intersectional perspective Elanor Harwood, Kathryn Newman, Graham, Moore, Safia Ouerghi, Tom Lee, Kate Anstey Welsh Government Education

What does ‘following the guidance’ mean in an era of increasingly pluralistic guidance for the development, evaluation and implementation of interventions? Graham Moore, Rhiannon Evans, Jemma Hawkins, Yulia Shenderovich, Honor Young BMJ Journals

Young people’s online communication and its association with mental well-being: results from the 2019 student health and well-being survey Rebecca Anthony, Honor Young, Gillian Hewitt, Luke Sloan, Graham Moore, Simon Murphy Steven Cook Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Visiting nature is associated with lower socioeconomic inequalities in well-being in Wales Joanne K. Garrett, Francis M. Rowney, Mathew P. White, Rebecca Lovell, Rich J. Fry, Ashley Akbari, Rebecca Geary, Ronan A. Lyons, Amy Mizen, Mark Nieuwenhuijsen, Chrissie Parker, Jiao Song, Gareth Stratton, Daniel A. Thompson, Alan Watkins, James White, Susan A. Williams, Sarah E. Rodgers & Benedict W. Wheeler Scientific Reports