Throughout the month of August, PMNCH and partners are hosting a weekly webinar. Every webinar a different organisation shares their key learnings, best practises and will discuss opportunities to influence promises, policies and programs to support adolescent health and wellbeing.
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Adolescent births in Australia have fallen to an all-time low. However, the lack of national data means that we cannot tell whether this decrease reflects lower rates of conception or higher rates of abortion.
A new study has found becoming a parent does not stop heavy drinking in the long-term, despite benefits of doing so for both parents and their children.
Please join us for our next Catalysing Connections networking event: Everyone’s business: schools, mental health and learning
Dr Lisa Mundy joins the ‘Be You – In Focus webinar’ providing practical tips and strategies to support the whole school community through the primary to secondary school transition phase.
Does the mental health of mothers before pregnancy predict emotional sensitivity in their children?
Children can’t sign up to Facebook until age 13 but in Australia they can be prosecuted for a criminal offence at age ten, and that needs to change!
Wednesday 3rd April saw the Centre host the inaugural Catalysing Connections for Adolescent Health and Wellbeing networking event.
You’re invited to a special seminar: “Too young for Facebook… old enough for prison? The case for raising the minimum age of criminal responsibility” on Thursday 13th June, 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm in the Ella Latham Auditorium, Royal Children’s Hospital.
Our alumni consist of 660 past students that have completed the Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma or Masters in Adolescent Health and Wellbeing. This year we plan to contact our alumni in order to enhance the benefits of our courses.