The Centre of Research Excellence (CRE) in Childhood Adversity and Mental Health is working to co-design, test and evaluate an integrated child and family hub for families.
A student project, undertaken at CCCH, examined the benefits and limitations of telehealth for Enhanced Maternal and Child Health nurses in regional Victoria.
New resources from raisingchildren.net.au give parents and carers age-based tips on how to have these conversations.
Learn about the Family Partnership Model, how to work towards shared goals with families, and how to respond to families emerging needs.
Baby & Us is a new parent-led, practitioner-supported course for parents of children aged under one year delivered by CCCH.
The MCRI Mental Health in Primary Schools pilot is recommended by The Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health system and will expand to 26 schools in 2021 to help teachers more confidently support children’s mental health.
right@home, the largest Australian randomised controlled trial of nurse home visiting, shows benefits for the mental health of mothers experiencing adversity.
raisingchildren.net.au has worked in partnership with the Melbourne Vaccine Education Centre to provide a suite of Covid-19 vaccine resources for families.
MCRI’s innovative Generation Victoria (GenV) project — one of the world’s largest birth and parent cohort studies — was officially launched in December. The initial months of participant recruitment shows strong community interest in and support of GenV.
A new report by MCRI and RMIT researchers explores how features of the built environment may influence children’s health and development.