CAPSS Publications

In 2020 CAPSS (The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Surveillance System) published its 10 year report.

CAPSS 10 Year Report

In 2016, CAPSS published The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Surveillance System (CAPSS)

Paul A. Tiffin, Charlotte E. W. Kitchen. (2015). Incidence and 12-month outcome of childhood non-affective psychoses: British national surveillance study. British Journal of Psychiatry 206, 517-8.

Ani C, Reading R, Lynn R, Forlee S, Garralda E. (2013). Incidence and 12-month outcome of non-transient childhood conversion disorder in the UK and Ireland. British Journal of Psychiatry202, 413-8

Hudson LD, Nicholls DE, Lynn RM, Viner RM. (2012). Medical instability and growth of children and adolescents with early onset eating disorders. Archives of disease in childhood; 97, 779-784

Lynn RM, Viner RM, Nicholls DE (2012). Ascertainment of early onset eating disorders; A pilot for developing a National Psychiatric Surveillance System. Child and Adolescent Mental Health17, 109-112

Nicholls D, Lynn R, Viner R (2011). Childhood eating disorders: British national surveillance study. British Journal of Psychiatry 198. 295-301.

Sharma A, Le Couteur AS, Nicholls D, Graham P, Lynn R, Ferrier IN. (2008). Paediatric bipolar disorder: A way forward. British Journal of Psychiatry 192(2) 150-1.

Sharma AN, Neely J, Le Couteur AS, Grunze H, Nicholls D, James A, Graham P, Lynn R, Scott J, Ferrier IN. (2009). Study of pediatric bipolar disorder in UK and ROI: development of a case definition and pilot data from North East England. Bipolar Disorders 11(Suppl 1) 79.

Byford S, Petkova H, Stuart R, Nicholls D, Simic M, Ford T, Macdonald G, Gowers S, Roberts S, Barrett B, Kelly J, Kelly G, Livingstone N, Joshi K, Smith H & Eisler I. Alternative community-based models of care for young people with anorexia nervosa: the CostED national surveillance study. Health Services and Delivery Research Volume: 7, Issue: 37, Published in October 2019


CAPSS newsletter September 2019 (PDF)

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