Dr Kramer has worked as a Senior Clinical Research Fellow at Imperial College since 2002. She also works as a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist in the NHS with CNWL NHS Foundation Trust.
Tami’s research addresses child and adolescent mental health within primary care. The main focus of this has been the development of the TIDY Programme (Therapeutic Identification of Depression in Young People), a package of training for primary care clinicians in identification and management of adolescent depression. Other research interests include adolescent mental health care pathways, links between physical and mental health and the impact of cyberbullying and sexual assault on mental health. Since 2005 Tami has provided research supervision to recipients of the Koplowitz Fellowship at Imperial College.
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et al., 2020, Cyberbullying and post-traumatic stress symptoms in UK adolescents, Archives of Disease in Childhood, ISSN:0003-9888