The Carlat Child Psychiatry Report (CCPR) Editorial Information
Publisher: Daniel Carlat, MD
Editor-in-Chief: Joshua D. Feder, MD
Deputy Editor: Talia Puzantian, PharmD, BCPP,professor at the Keck Graduate Institute School of Pharmacy in Claremont, CA
Senior Editor: Ilana Fogelson Director of Digital Content: Laurie Martin Associate Editor: Harmony Zambrano
Founding Editor:Caroline Fisher, MD, PhD, training director and chief of child psychiatry at Samaritan Health Systems in Corvallis, OR
Kathleen R. Delaney, PhD, APRN, PMH-NP, FAAN, professor at Rush College of Nursing in Chicago, IL
Glen R. Elliott, MD, PhD, emeritus clinical professor of psychiatry at UCSF; clinical professor (affiliated) of child and adolescent psychiatry at Stanford School of Medicine in Palo Alto, CA
Jonathan C. Gamze, MD, psychiatrist in private practice in Arlington Heights, IL
Jennifer Harris, MD, lecturer in psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and in private practice in Arlington, MA
Pavan Madan MD, child psychiatrist with Mindpath Health in Davis, CA
Peter Parry, MBBS, consultant child & adolescent psychiatrist and senior lecturer at Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia
Susan L. Siegfried, MD, psychiatrist in private practice in North Ogden, UT
Elizabeth Tien, MD, child, adolescent, and adult community psychiatrist at Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health in Los Angeles, CA
All editorial content is peer reviewed by the editorial board. Dr. Carlat, Dr. Feder, Dr. Puzantian, Ms. Fogelson, Ms. Martin, Ms. Zambrano,Dr. Delaney, Dr. Elliott, Dr. Gamze, Dr. Harris, Dr. Madan, Dr. Parry, Dr. Siegfried, and Dr. Tien have disclosed that they have no relevant financial or other interests in any commercial companies pertaining to this educational activity. This CME/CE activity is intended for psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, psychologists, and other health care professionals with an interest in the diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric disorders.
Carlat Publishing occasionally uses artificial intelligence (AI) tools, such as ChatGPT and Bard, in various stages of our content creation process, such as editing articles and creating preliminary drafts and outlines. In all cases, our content is extensively revised during the editorial process by human clinicians and by our board of medical experts to ensure quality and accuracy.