Conceptual representation of the Centre for Adolescent Health

Based at the Children’s campus in Melbourne and established by the Royal Children’s Hospital in 1991, the Centre for Adolescent Health is a vibrant and dynamic academic centre that builds on many local and international partnerships and collaborations to generate knowledge, build capacity and advocate to advance the health and wellbeing of all adolescents, locally and globally.

Adolescent mental health in Indonesia and Vietnam

The next session in the Advancing Adolescent Health in the Asia Pacific seminar series will be presented by A/Prof Holly Erskine & Dr Amirah Ellyza Wahd, discussing the National Adolescent Mental Health Surveys (NAHMS). The National Adolescent Mental Health Surveys (NAMHS) were nationally representative household surveys of mental disorders among adolescents aged 10-17 years in Kenya, Indonesia, and Vietnam.

Publications in The Lancet

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.