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There is growing recognition of the importance of addressing the mental health needs of young people in the university sector. 1.3 million Australians were enrolled in tertiary education in 2014 and this number is increasing each year. The majority of these students are young people...
This article explores the legal and clinical processes underpinning gender differences in Australian Family Court statistics which show that mental illness is the primary reason for limiting mothers’ contact with their children. Analysis of a sample of published judgments from 2009 to 2011 featuring mental...
A new study into the health and safety of Australia's school principals has found that they are seven times more likely to experience violence on the job compared to the rest of the working population.
The Australian Principal Occupational Health, Safety, & Wellbeing Survey,...
This research project conducts a longitudinal study monitoring school principals and deputy/assistant principals’ and deputy/assistant principals and deputy/assistant principals’ health and wellbeing annually. Principals and deputy/assistant principals’ health and wellbeing in differing school types, levels and size will be monitored along with lifestyle choices such...
Principals’ Australia, estimates that as many as 70% of Australia’s 10,000 school principals will reach retirement age within the next five years. They will be replaced with much younger, less experienced individuals, potentially more at risk of adverse health outcomes from undertaking the role. However,...
This report asks what is meant by social and emotional wellbeing for children and young people and identifies possible national indicators based on these constructs.
Why is there so little nationally and internationally comparable data on the social and emotional wellbeing of children and...
Young people who are more socially connected are more likely to cope actively in response to frequent cyber victimisation.
This program developed and tested a program of four online, youth-centred social campaigns to promote young people’s safety and wellbeing.
Every three years since 2003, the New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER) has undertaken a national survey of secondary schools. The latest survey shows that schools feel under pressure to meet the increasingly complex needs of students, including mental health issues.