Novel linkage to study childhood disability and the genetic and non-genetic causes of cerebral palsy

Novel linkage to study childhood disability and the genetic and non-genetic causes of cerebral palsy

Chief Investigator: Dr Jesia Berry Research Area: Improving children’s mental health and the impact of developmental disorders. Community Based Study Funding Year: 2021 Funding Amount: $96,480 Recipient: The University of Adelaide Overview:
Reducing developmental disorders and other side effects with novel proton radiation treatment for children with brain cancers

Reducing developmental disorders and other side effects with novel proton radiation treatment for children with brain cancers

Chief Investigator: Miss Mikaela Dell’Oro Research Area: Improving children’s mental health and the impact of developmental disorders. Basic Science Funding Year: 2021 Funding Amount: $96,794 Recipient: University of South Australia
Supporting mental health and wellbeing for children from migrant and refugee backgrounds with disability

Supporting mental health and wellbeing for children from migrant and refugee backgrounds with disability

Chief Investigator: Associate Professor Anna Ziersch Research Area: Improving children’s mental health and the impact of developmental disorders. Community Based Study Funding Year: 2021 Funding Amount: $91,723 Recipient: Flinders University
Optimising the early detection of ear disease and hearing impairment among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children aged under 8-years

Optimising the early detection of ear disease and hearing impairment among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children aged under 8-years

Chief Investigator: Dr Jacqueline Stephens Research Area: Understanding the social determinants of childhood health and development Community Based Study Funding Year: 2021 Funding Amount: $95,487 Recipient: Flinders University Overview: All
Linking homeless children and their families to community health and wellbeing services: Using a Nurse Practitioner model of care to improve child health outcomes

Linking homeless children and their families to community health and wellbeing services: Using a Nurse Practitioner model of care to improve child health outcomes

Chief Investigator: Dr Yvonne Parry Research Area: Understanding the social determinants of childhood health and development. Community Based Study Funding Year: 2021 Funding Amount: $90,713 Recipient: Flinders University Overview: Current