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Senior Research Fellow
Dr Tim Moore is a developmental psychologist who heads a small Research and Policy Team with responsibility for monitoring, reviewing and
synthesising research literature on a wide range of topics relating to child
development, family functioning and service systems.
A frequent speaker at
conferences and seminars, Dr Moore is lead writer on many of the Centre's reports, conference papers and policy briefs; and develops
training and resource packages for early childhood and family support
has also taken a leading role nationally in the development of policy and
training in the early childhood intervention field. His work has had a
significant impact on practice and policy in the early childhood intervention
and early childhood fields both nationally and internationally.
Dr Moore was a founding member
Early Childhood Intervention Australia
(ECIA), Victorian Chapter (VC), and served as its President for 10 years. He has convened
numerous ECIA state and national conferences, has taken a leading role in the
development of policy and training in the early childhood intervention field,
and continues to be involved in ECIA(VC) activities as a member of the
Committee of Management.
Tim Moore - Key work areas and publications - 2000-2018 (PDF 370 KB)
The Centre for Community Child Health is a department of The Royal Children’s Hospital and a research group of Murdoch Childrens Research Institute.