CRE – Its purpose is to generate research to drive investment in neglected areas of adolescent health (mental health, non-communicable disease risk, injury and violence) including groups experiencing significant discrimination or disadvantage specifically, Indigenous young people and young people in contact with the justice system.
School connectedness, anxiety and depression: recent evidence and young people’s perspectives #ActiveIngredientsMH
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Teenagers who use cannabis frequently were more likely to have children born preterm when they become parents up to 20 years later.
We’ve been commissioned by Wellcome to advance science, so no one is held back by mental health problems.
The WHO’s ‘health promoting schools’ is an old idea, but finding new ways to fully realise its potential for young people globally has never been more urgent.
Initiatives to protect homeless young people during the pandemic were effective, but we need a long term strategy that delivers better support and helps prevent homelessness.
Mothers with persistent mental health problems before pregnancy are more likely to experience postnatal depression (PND) – but this risk can be disrupted.