This article is adapted from a presentation given at the AIFS 2018 Conference: Fathers at Work symposium.
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This report explores potential policy interventions to reduce gambling harm, drawing on existing gambling research from other areas of public health.
Focusing on recent research, this paper discusses elder abuse in Australia and its prevalence, impact and associated risk factors.
A ‘quick scoping review’ of research evidence about timely decision making for children and young people who've entered the child protection system
Information on how to report suspected child abuse and neglect, including key contacts in each state and territory
This article shows that while mothers’ work circumstances change considerably after having a child, fathers’ tend to change very little.
This project extent to which direct cross-examination was a feature in cases involving self-represented litigants in families characterised by alleged
The Weighing up the Odds study sought to understand the sports-betting motivations, attitudes and behaviours of young men who watch or play sport.
This resource is for practitioners and policy makers who want to learn more about the needs assessment process or how to conduct a needs assessment.
The impact of exposure to wagering advertisements and inducements on intended and actual betting expenditure: An ecological momentary assessment study
This article looks at the impact of marketing messaging on regular sports and race bettors.