Dr James Scott.
Dr James Scott.
20 March 2014

An expert on bullying and its effects on mental health in adolescents is available to speak to media in conjunction with the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence, 21 March 2014.

Dr James Scott from The University of Queensland Centre for Clinical Research is leading research examining the links between bullying and mental health problems in adolescents.

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James is a child and adolescent psychiatrist whose main focus of research is broadly encapsulated under child and adolescent mental health, and early psychosis.

He has extensive clinical and research experience in areas of child and adolescent mental health including depression, anxiety, aggression, self-harm, developmental disorders and pharmacotherapy. His research interests in early psychosis are prevention, phenomenology and treatment options.

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Media Contact: Kate Gadenne, Communications and Marketing, UQ Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, 07 3346 3036, 0438 727 895, k.gadenne@uq.edu.au.