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

Multimodal storytelling for life: Building literacies and numeracies for agentive futures

Chief Investigator: Kerrie Mackey-Smith Research Area: Understanding the social determinants of childhood health and development. Community-based study Funding Amount: $87,317 Recipient: Flinders University Overview: Young children’s literacy and numeracy capabilities

Neighbourhood life and social determinants of health for children and young people from refugee backgrounds

Chief Investigator: Associate Professor Anna Ziersch Research Area: Understanding the social determinants of childhood health and development. Community Based Study Funding Amount: $99,985 Recipient: Flinders University Overview: Settling into a

Role of refugee parents’ educational aspirations on their children’s academic outcomes

Chief Investigator: Dr Hannah Soong Research Area: Understanding the social determinants of childhood health and developmentCommunity Based Study Funding Amount: $ 33,452 Recipient: University of South Australia Overview: Evidence linking the benefits