Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre: clinical research program
The Clinical Research program addresses alcohol and drug-related harms by trialling new treatment approaches, evaluating existing clinical practices and disseminating evidence-based treatment ...Find out more
Orygen Youth Health (University of Melbourne)
Orygen Youth Health Research Centre is Australia's largest youth mental health research centre. Our current research program aims to understand the biological, psychological and social factors that influence onset, remission and relapse of mental illnesses in order to find better ways to prevent and/or reduce the impact of mental disorders for young people.Find out more
Youth Research Centre (University of Melbourne)
The Youth Research Centre is committed to research that benefits young people, where possible involving them in research. It is also committed to improving practice in the education, youth, health and community sectors.Find out more
Social Inclusion and Social Policy Research Unit (Monash University)
SISPRU aims to promote public discussion on the development of fairer and more effective policies and programs for responding to social disadvantage...Find out more
Mindful: Centre for developmental health
Mindful Centre for Training and Research in Developmental Health is the state-wide unit responsible for the delivery of postgraduate courses, training programs, professional development and research programs in child and adolescent mental health.Find out more
Centre for Applied Social Research (RMIT)
The Centre for Applied Social Research (CASR) undertakes research and promotes public debate on key areas of social change and social policy.Find out more
Centre for Mental Health and Wellbeing Research (Deakin University)
The mission of Centre for Mental Health and Wellbeing Research Centre is to try and address these issues through prevention and intervention strategies...Find out more
The Bouverie Centre (Latrobe University)
This research project adopts a Cooperative Inquiry Research Process in order to:
- Gather both Indigenous local knowledge and mainstream practice knowledge about working effectively with vulnerable and at-risk Indigenous families.
- Identify the roles and responsibilities, current strengths, and training and support needs of Aboriginal child and family service workers in Victoria.
- To feed this knowledge back into the Aboriginal family therapy training and the Aboriginal communities, and so further develop the training.
Deakin University (Faculty of Health)
The Faculty of Health engages in research on health and illness from the molecular level to the level of the individual, as well as examining how the broader society impacts on attitudes and behaviours.Find out more