Wednesday 3rd April saw the Centre host the inaugural Catalysing Connections for Adolescent Health and Wellbeing networking event.
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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.
The Young People’s Health Service (YPHS) provides primary health care and opportunistic and strategic health interventions to adolescents and young adults (12 – 24 years) who are homeless and / or marginalised.
From the University of Melbourne and the Centre for Adolescent Health, a free, online course in Global Adolescent Health. Enrol now.
Applications now open for the TRANSFORM Leadership Program for ‘Adolescent Health and Wellbeing in Indonesia.’
Please join us on Wednesday 3 April for our inaugural networking event. In this first event we discuss the fragmentation in adolescent health services.
Professor Michel Boivin presenting findings from two birth-cohort studies from Quebec, focusing on early developmental trajectories, gene-environment interplay, and their significance for prevention.
Adolescents around the world have been overlooked by the global health agenda, but for the first time we now have the data to make a difference.
The Centre for Adolescent Health welcomes 31 new students to the 2019 ‘Adolescent Health and Wellbeing’ postgraduate program.