A recent study by Harvard and CAH, has shown that 4 cents per month is invested in adolescent healthcare projects across low-income countries.
Denise Becker reporting back from the ARACY Longitudinal Masterclass 2018.
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
“Children with emotional and behavioural problems are at high risk for academic failure. This risk is evident in mid-primary school.”
The Childhood to Adolescence Transition Study (CATS) features in the recently published book, The New Puberty by Amanda Dunn. Dr Lisa Mundy’s review of the book appears in today’s edition of The Conversation. See the web for a full review https://theconversation.com/book-review-the-new-puberty-80877
20-year outcomes in adolescents who self-harm: a population-based cohort study
Professor Susan Sawyer invited to join International Advisory Board of new Lancet journal on child and adolescent health
Making primary health care more accessible for students most in need.
Building the foundations for sustainable development: a case for global investment in the capabilities of adolescents. The Lancet: Investing in adolescent health and education could bring 10-fold economic benefit. Four of the Lancet Commissioners (G Patton, S Sawyer, N Reavley, J Mahon) were involved.