This short article summarises recent findings on the economic participation, social participation and wellbeing of young humanitarian migrants.
Mental health and illness
'School is where you need to be equal and learn’: Insights from students of refugee backgrounds on learning and engagement in Victorian secondary schools
This report presents findings of research into what helps students of refugee backgrounds learn and engage at school.
A five-year study is underway into the health outcomes and burden of disease caused by child maltreatment in Australia.
This report looks at the use of outcome measurements in the community mental health sector in Queensland.
This resource highlights the use of play to strengthen child-parent relationships and promote children's mental health.
Event dates: 26–28 October 2019, Brisbane, Qld.
This report explores how women use digital technologies for their health, as well as their family's health.
Join the conversation – Building resilience and wellbeing in the early years: Coping strategies for parents and children from CALD backgrounds
This webinar discussed an approach to building coping strategies for parents and young children, with a focus on families from CALD backgrounds.
This short article explores whether the normalisation of mental illness in older adults may prevent their access to mental health services.
This webinar explored how practitioners can support child mental health by sharing information and effectively engaging with parents.