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A Lancet Commission on Adolescent Health & Wellbeing. - Read our report: - The voice of the Commission:
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The Lancet Youth Jul 17
Fabulous opportunity for those in Melbourne, Australia on Thursday 1st August to attend this networking event discussing the role of mental health prevention is primary and secondary schools.
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Susan Sawyer Jul 16
Standing tall in Indonesia to discuss core for graduates, including delegates and A/Prof Mora Claramita, and Dr Mei Neni Sitaresmiand
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CAH Jul 11
The Centre for Adolescent Health believes in a definition of adolescence as 10 - 24 years of age, which aligns closely with patterns of adolescent growth and popular understandings of this life phase. Watch the video & read commentary piece:
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The Lancet Youth Jun 30
last opportunity to sign up for this rounds is today....
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The Lancet Youth Jun 30
last opportunity to sign up for this rounds is today....
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The Lancet Youth Jun 27
And if you would like to hear more from and sign up to the free Global Adolescent Health course enrolments open until 1st July 2019 for this round
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Susan Sawyer Jun 25
Completely inadequate global investment in adolescent health, says
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Susan Sawyer Jun 25
breaking new ground again. Exciting to see focus on that has been brought together by
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The Lancet Youth Jun 25
Not only is it a right that young people are involved in the research about and for them says but it makes for better research and better engagement with media and capacity to translate research for constituents...
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Susan Sawyer Jun 25
While the first 1000 days matter, what happens in adolescence is hugely influential for intergenerational transfer of both health risks and advantages, says and published in in 2018
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Susan Sawyer Jun 25
The Victorian Intergenerational Health Cohort is shining a light on how intergenerational risks get under the skin of the next generation, says at grand rounds
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The Lancet Youth Jun 25
All the action and interesting stuff is happening during says and the is collecting this data
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The Lancet Youth Jun 25
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One way is by using the Campus based intergenerational cohort studies looking at preconception factors on outcomes for children and parents
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The Lancet Youth Jun 25
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Susan Sawyer Jun 25
“Young people are the world’s greatest untapped resource” said Ban Ki-moon at the time of the launch of the Lancet Commission on Adolescent Health and Wellbeing in 2016
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The Lancet Youth Jun 25
Professor Patton asks how will the Melbourne Children’s Campus take forward the next 30 years of work in the area of and capitalise on the potential triple dividend for outcomes in the Adolescent period.
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Susan Sawyer Jun 25
Adolescent health is a very new field, with a flurry of more recent activity, says in grand rounds at
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The Lancet Youth Jun 25
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The Lancet Youth Jun 20
in planning a series of papers focusing on adolescent growth and nutrition. Shout out to our Youth Network Member keeping us up-to-date and ensuring the Youth VOICE is strong.
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CAH Jun 20
Join us next Wednesday 26th June, 12.30 pm in the Ella Latham Auditorium at as Prof George Patton (aka ) addresses the very important question - What next for ?
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