The adolescent population in the Middle East and North Africa holds significant potential to shape future health and wellbeing. But they are overburdened by non-communicable diseases and injury, most of which are preventable.
CAH joined the Parliamentary Friends of Global Health discussion on Thursday 7 September in Canberra, Australia.
New research has identified meaningful youth engagement as the key to tackling non-communicable diseases in Indonesia.
What a week – or 9! The Centre for Adolescent Health has been successful in having 9 articles published or accepted in one of the Lancet journals every week for the past several weeks.
Calling all 18-30-year-olds! The Second Commission on Adolescent Health and Wellbeing is looking for five experts to serve on the multi-disciplinary youth review board!
The Centre for Adolescent Health firmly supports the International Associated for Adolescent Health in its beliefs about comprehensive Sexuality Education in Schools.
This work highlights the effect of nutrition on adolescent growth and development, the role the food environment has on food choices, and which strategies and interventions might lead to healthy adolescent nutrition and growth.
Are you between the ages of 16 and 20? Apply now to help set the global adolescent health and wellbeing agenda for 2024!
The African Population and Health Research Center recently hosted a meeting of the Second Lancet Commission on Adolescent Health and Wellbeing in Nairobi, Kenya, from May 9 to 11, 2023.
On June 15, 2023, the Science Gallery welcomed the University of Melbourne’s Department of Paediatrics and the Centre for Adolescent Health to celebrate our recent graduates.