Time to enrol in the University of Melbourne’s and the Centre’s Global Adolescent Health short course! Course starts Monday 30 July.
Author Archives: Charmaine Sambathkumar
A 12-month study of adolescent admissions to the Royal Children’s Hospital mental health inpatient unit has found that an overwhelming majority of admissions were due to self-harm or suicidal behaviours.
Why is the definition of “adolescence” important?
Denise Becker reporting back from the ARACY Longitudinal Masterclass 2018.
Silk Miller (Police) Scholarship awarded to Senior Constable Tania Stacey
The Parental Bonds of Adolescent Girls and Next-Generation Maternal-Infant Bonding: Findings from the Victorian Intergenerational Health Cohort Study
The paper that came out in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry
Come and support the ChIPS funding raising event the ‘Bogan Bingo’ on 8th September at the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation Space
The International Federation of Psychiatric Epidemiology will be hosting its 16th Congress in Melbourne from October 17-20, 2017. Don’t miss your chance to take part in this exciting international congress!
“Children with emotional and behavioural problems are at high risk for academic failure. This risk is evident in mid-primary school.”