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Predicating Responses to Insomnia Prevention Programme in Subgroups of At-Risk Adolescents

Predicating Responses to Insomnia Prevention Programme in Subgroups of At-Risk Adolescents

In this Papers Podcast, Dr. Si-Jing Chen discusses her JCPP paper ‘Subtyping at-risk adolescents for predicting response toward insomnia prevention program’ (https://doi.org/10.1111/jcpp.13904). Si-Jing is the first author of the paper.

There is an overview of the paper, methodology, key findings, and implications for practice.

Discussion points include:

  • Insomnia prevalence and impact in adolescences.
  • Insight into the brief cognitive-behavioural prevention insomnia programme.
  • Why the cognitive-behavioural sleep intervention was predominantly more effective for anxiety than depression.
  • Implications of findings for CAMH professionals, and how the findings can be translated into practice.

In this series, we speak to authors of papers published in one of ACAMH’s three journals. These are The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry (JCPP)The Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMH) journal; and JCPP Advances.

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Dr. Si-Jing Chen
Dr. Si-Jing Chen

Dr. Sijing Chen is a postdoctoral researcher at the at the Department of Psychiatry at The Chinese University of Hong Kong and the School of Psychology at Université Laval. Dr. Chen completed her doctoral training in the field of Medical Sciences from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2021. Her PhD research project is designed to investigate the effect of e-CBT-I on improving insomnia and preventing depression in youth. In addition, Dr. Chen is proficient at performing systematic review and meta-analysis. Her research interest lies in exploring the associations of sleep disturbances with psychiatric disorders, neurodegenerative diseases, and physical disorders by using meta-analytic methods, conducting randomized controlled trials, and analyzing longitudinal data. She has published several papers in the field of psychiatry and sleep medicine, such as JAMA Netw Open, J Child Psychol Psychiatry, Sleep Med Rev, Sleep, and J Affect Disord.

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