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The Centre for Adolescent Health aims to improve young people’s life chances because adolescence is as much about new opportunities as new risks. As an Australian centre of excellence, and a WHO Collaborative centre, we are unique in focusing on adolescence as a critical life stage. This includes the transition from childhood into adolescence, and the transition beyond adolescence into adult life.
The Centre for Adolescent Health works closely with the Department of Adolescent Medicine which comprises a number of specialist services for adolescents and young adults. Please see the Department of Adolescent Medicine website for more detail.
We are part of The Royal Children's Hospital, in Melbourne, Australia. Our key partners for Research and Education are the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute, and The University of Melbourne.
Denise Becker reporting back from the ARACY Longitudinal Masterclass 2018.
Silk Miller (Police) Scholarship awarded to Senior Constable Tania Stacey
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
Come and support the ChIPS funding raising event the 'Bogan Bingo' on 8th September at the Royal Children's Hospital Foundation Space