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right@home, the largest Australian randomised controlled trial of nurse home visiting to prevent children experiencing adversity from a life of disadvantage, has revealed promising results for children and families.
A new 8-part blog series shares insights on how we can collectively problem solve and effect community and service system change.
An innovative community has united to bring families the services they need.
A baby expert answers some of parents' most searched for questions.
Discover a unique Australian response to addressing childhood vulnerability.
Established in 1994, the Centre for Community Child Health (CCCH) works in partnership with communities to support the health, development and wellbeing of all children.
Prof Goldfeld on ABC radio: right@home improves parenting skills
A new article in MJA InSight discusses strategies to enable equitable health care systems for children
A new national campaign shows the importance of early childhood brain development.
ECA and CCCH have developed a professional learning package
A new working paper by Dr Tim Moore unpacks what is meant by evidence-based practice.
More than 96% of Australian schools took part in the 2015 Australian Early Development Census. Results now available.
This blog is part of the Innovate for Impact blog series. Converging practices explores how co-design and Developmental Evaluation can be harnessed to support transformative practice and systems change.
This blog is part of the Innovate for Impact blog series and discusses why we need to radically ‘change our thinking and operating’ if we are to address the complex issues facing children and families.
Our new blog post provides top tips for supporting safe sleep and rest for children, while also helping to set children up for lifelong healthy sleep habits.
The Centre for Community Child Health is a department of The Royal Children’s Hospital and a research group of Murdoch Childrens Research Institute.