By co-designing mental health care with people who have lived experience, researchers aim to rebuild Australia’s system
Professors George Patton and Susan Sawyer are an academic power couple, having led global research on adolescent health for 25 years. They and their colleagues have greatly advanced the understanding of adolescence and its effects on health across the life course.
This #InternationalVolunteerDay, we thank the people who volunteer their time to the operation of CAH. Your invaluable time and effort do not go unnoticed, and we are thankful for all your contributions at The Centre.
New research reveals that some primary school-aged children have self-harmed, prompting calls for intervention efforts to start earlier.
Prof George Patton and A/Prof Peter Azzopardi talk covid-19 and adolescent health in this weeks COVID-19 KIDS EVIDENCE UPDATE.
Enrolment in our 2021 AHW postgraduate course is now open!
Read the guest editorial by Prof Sawyer in the latest edition of the COVID-19 Kids Evidence Update.
Re-promoting a past feature article, global megatrends are changing patterns of #adolescent health, development and wellbeing: this has implications for the healthy start to life for the #nextgeneration.
Researchers call for policy shift to focus on middle years of schooling News in brief: A significant number of students in the middle school years across Australia have emotional and behavioural problems and experience high rates of bullying that can negatively impact their long-term health and learning The policy brief stated the added challenges of … Continued
Watch the webinar from our first virtual Catalysing Connections for Adolescent Health and Wellbeing event, ‘The Missing Middle: The Importance of the Middle Years’ on Thursday 15th October.