In this section
Here you’ll find a collection of our evidence-based publications and resources to support your work with children and families.
Centre’s newsletter shares news and updates on our research, programs, training and events.
Our Policy Brief series synthesises research evidence to inform decision making.
Our lunchtime webinar series focusses on equity and innovation in community child health.
Our COVID-19 and Kids Resource Hub brings together the latest research and evidence-based resources on COVID-19 and kids from the Centre, The Royal Children's Hospital, the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and the University of Melbourne.
Our Platforms guide and resources helps you plan, implement and evaluate place-based change.
Learn more about 'Understanding research impact' and 'Program logic for impact.'
Our PEDS materials support you to administer and score PEDS in your work with families.
evidence-based communications toolkit helps you to build child development awareness and action.
25 year anniversary report showcases our impact and vision.
Our reports showcase evidence and findings from the Centre’s research and programs.
Our published academic papers share findings from our
Policy and Equity and
Prevention Innovation research groups.
The Centre is a proud founding partner of the Raising Children Network, Australia’s complete and trusted online parenting resource.
Our online and
eLearning courses for early childhood health, education, care and research professionals draw on our cutting-edge research and clinical work.
Our collection of
evidence-based school readiness resources help kindergartens to make a big difference in the lives of children and families by optimising early learning.
Our blog series explores the role of quality improvement in helping to redesign and enhance the services and systems that support children and families.
Business booklet helps parents to manage baby’s sleeping and crying in the first few months of life.
The Centre for Community Child Health is a department of The Royal Children’s Hospital and a research group of Murdoch Childrens Research Institute.