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New raisingchildren.net.au resources give parents insight into how to help children understand and manage their emotions and show kindness to themselves.
Supporting Schools in a time of COVID-19 is a free online professional learning opportunity to help primary school educators support mental health and wellbeing.
More than 5,000 participants (babies and parents) have joined GenV — one of the world’s largest birth and parent cohort studies that aims to transform the health and wellbeing of an entire generation.
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.
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.
We are pleased to announce funding boosts to several CCCH projects.
CCCH paediatricians cover a range of child health and development topics.
Parents are invited to join this statewide health initiative.
Our early years, community-led, approach to change is supporting the agricultural sector.
A report summarises interventions to reduce adverse childhood experiences on children’s mental health.
New policy brief by the Centre for Adolescent Health.
The first blog in a new series on quality improvement, and its role in early childhood service and system change.
Adapting service delivery, engaging families and rethinking how to capture impact are some of the ways early years services are using QI to help them respond to COVID-19.
This blog post explores how COVID-19 has helped and hindered the use of quality improvement.
This blog is part of the Innovate for Impact blog series and explores ethical considerations for innovation and community and systems change.
This blog is part of the Innovate for Impact blog series. Opportunities in place explores how place-based approaches can enable meaningful shifts in system conditions and improve the wellbeing of children and families.
This blog is part of the Innovate for Impact blog series and explores alternative ways of resourcing to enable innovation, strengthen community partnerships and support social change.
This blog is part of the Innovate for Impact blog series and explores the types of evidence needed to help tackle complex social problems with communities.
This blog is part of the Innovate for Impact blog series and discusses the importance of respecting culture, building trust and shifting power when working in partnership with communities.
The Centre for Community Child Health is a department of The Royal Children’s Hospital and a research group of Murdoch Childrens Research Institute.