Dr Jess Heerde on reducing the impact of homelessness for young people through establishing a foundation for prevention, breaking down stereotypes, and giving young people a voice. Read the interview.
Once considered a latent period, the transition from primary school to secondary school is now thought to be critical in the health and emotional development of students. Listen to the podcast and/or read the interview with Professor George Patton.
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.
Adolescence has changed significantly in the last century. Professor Susan Sawyer is working to improve our understanding of the contemporary complexities of this age group.
Livewire is an on-line community for teens living with a serious illness or chronic health condition. Visit their new website!
Are you interested in enhancing your capabilities to improve young people’s health and wellbeing?
Latest United Nations session highlights the challenges the largest generation of youth face.
International Association for Adolescent Health (IAAH) are seeking young professionals to join their Young Professionals Network Committee.
#WorldMentalHealthDay – focusing on the needs of young people. It’s time to take a stand and demand more for this vulnerable population – our future depends on it!
The immense popularity of the game Fortnite has reinvigorated public debate around video gaming and adolescents.