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Appendix C: AIFS publications, events, webinars, presentations and submissions, 2019/20

The following are the research publications, presentations and other outputs prepared by AIFS staff during 2019/20.

Publications

Australian Institute of Family Studies. (2019). Annual report 2018/19. Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Australian Institute of Family Studies. (2019). Corporate Plan 2019/20 to 2022/23. Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Australian Institute of Family Studies. (2019). Growing Up in Australia: The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children annual statistical report 2018. Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Australian Institute of Family Studies. (2019). Parenting arrangements after separation: Evidence summary. Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Australian Institute of Family Studies. (2020). Child wellbeing after parental separation (AIFS Research Summary). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Bandara, D., Edwards, B., Mohal, J., & Daraganova, G. (2019). Consent to data linkage in a child cohort study, Growing up in Australia: The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (CSRM Working Paper No. 7). Canberra: ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods.

Bandara, D., Howell, L., Silbert, M., Mohal, J., Garrard, B., & Daraganova, G. (2019). Ten to Men: The Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health – Data user guide (Version 3.0). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Baxter, J., Bray, J. R., Carroll, M., Hand, K., Gray, M., Katz, I. et al. (2019). Child Care Package evaluation: Early monitoring report. Report on baseline, early monitoring and emerging issues. Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Broadley, K., & Paterson, N. (2020). Client violence towards workers in the child, family and community welfare sector (CFCA Paper No. 54). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Carson, R. (2020). Children and young people participating in research (CFCA short article). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

El-Murr, A. (2019). Managing resistance to gender equality for policy and practice (CFCA short article). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Evans-Whipp, T., & Gasser, C. (2019). Adolescents’ resilience. In G. Daraganova & N. Joss (Eds.), Growing Up in Australia: The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children Annual Statistical Report 2018 (pp. 107–118). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Evans-Whipp, T., & Gasser, C. (2019). Are children and adolescents getting enough sleep? In G.

Daraganova & N. Joss (Eds.), Growing Up in Australia: The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children Annual Statistical Report 2018 (pp. 29–46). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Evans-Whipp, T., & Gasser, C. (2019). Teens with at least one close friend can better cope with stress than those without. The Conversation.

Gasser, C., & Evans-Whipp, T. (2019). Here to help: How young people contribute to their community. In G. Daraganova & N. Joss (Eds.), Growing Up in Australia: The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children Annual Statistical Report 2018 (pp. 121–132). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Gasser, C., Evans-Whipp, T., & Terhaag. S. (2019). The physical health of Australian children. In G. Daraganova & N. Joss (Eds.), Growing Up in Australia: The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children, Annual Statistical Report 2018 (pp. 9–28). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Goldsworthy, K., & Muir, S. (2019). Timely decision making and outcomes for children in out-of-home care: A quick scoping review. Canberra: Dept. of Social Services.

Hall, T., Price-Robertson, R., & Awram, R. (2020). Engaging with parents when there are child protection concerns: Key considerations. Adelaide, SA: Emerging Minds.

Heyes, N. (2019). Child safe organisations: Information for organisations on how to keep children safe. (CFCA short article). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Hing, N., Russell, A., Thomas, A., & Jenkinson, R. (2019). Hey, big spender: An ecological momentary assessment of sports and race betting expenditure by gambler characteristics. Journal of Gambling Issues, 42, 42–61.

Howell, L., Bandara, D., Mohal, J., Andalón, M., Silbert, M., Garrard, B. et al. (2019). Ten to Men: The Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health – Data issues paper. Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Jenkinson, R., Khokhar, T., Tajin, R., Jatkar, U., & Deblaquiere, J. (2019). National Consumer Protection Framework for Online Wagering: Baseline study: Final report. Canberra: Department of Social Services.

Johnson, S. (2020). Responding to the coronavirus pandemic: Conducting a needs assessment in a time of rapid change (Expert Panel short article). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Kaspiew, R. (2020). To fix the family law system, we need to ask parents what really works. The Conversation.

Kaspiew, R., Carson, R., Dow, B., Qu, L., Hand, K., Roopani, D. et al. (2019). Elder abuse national research – strengthening the evidence base: Research definition background paper. Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Kerdo, E. (2020). Responding to the coronavirus pandemic: Documentation tips for monitoring and evaluation. (Expert Panel short article). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.
Kerdo, E. (2019). Tips for commissioning an external evaluation. (Expert Panel short article). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

King, T. L., Shields, M., Sojo, V., Daraganova. G., Currier, D., O’Neil, A. et al. (2020). Expressions of masculinity and associations with suicidal ideation among young males. BMC Psychiatry, 20, 228.

McLean, S. (2019). Therapeutic residential care services in Australia: A description of current service characteristics (CFCA Paper No. 50). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Price-Robertson, R., Kirkwood, D., Dean, A., Hall, T., Paterson, N., & Broadley, K. (2020). Working together to keep children and families safe: Strategies for developing collaborative competence (CFCA Paper No. 53). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Qu, L. (2019). Working Together to Care for Kids: A survey of foster and relative/kinship carers. (CFCA short article). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Qu, L., & Weston, R. (2020). Financial journeys of Australian parents after separation: Transitions into and out of poverty. Australian Journal of Social Issues, Advance online publication. doi.org/10.1002/ajs4.115

Quadara, A. (2019). Child sexual abuse prevention strategies for population-level change: Challenges and future directions. In B. Lonne, D. Scott, D. Higgins, & T. Herrenkohl (Eds.), Re-visioning public health approaches for protecting children (pp. 145–163). Cham, Switzerland: Springer.

Quadara, A., El-Murr, A., Douglas, W., & Muir, S. (2019). Process evaluation of the Third Action Plan 2016–19: Final report. Canberra: Department of Social Services.

Quadara, A., O’Brien, W., Ball, O., Douglas, W., & Vu, L. (2020). Good practice in delivering and evaluating interventions for young people with harmful sexual behaviours (ANROWS Research Report No 8). Sydney: ANROWS.

Rioseco, P., Warren, D., & Daraganova. G. (2020). Children’s social-emotional wellbeing: The role of parenting, parents’ mental health and health behaviours: Working paper. Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Rioseco, P., Warren, D., & Daraganova. G. (2020). Social-emotional wellbeing from childhood to early adolescence: The benefits of supporting parents. Hilton, SA: Emerging Minds.

Roopani, D. (2020). Powers of attorney and financial abuse of older Australians. (CFCA short article). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Salveron, M., Paterson, N., & Price-Robertson (2020). Engaging with parents who have children in out-of-home care: Key considerations. Adelaide, SA: Emerging Minds.

Slewa-Younan, S., Rioseco, P., Guajardo, M.G.U., & Mond, J. (2019). Predictors of professional help-seeking for emotional problems in Afghan and Iraqi refugees in Australia: Findings from the Building a New Life in Australia database. BMC Public Health, 19, 1485.Smart, J. (2019). Identifying evaluation questions. Expert Panel short article. (Expert Panel short article). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Smart, J. (2020). Making the most out of evaluation: Nine principles to maximise the use of your evaluation. Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Smart, J. (2020). Planning an evaluation: Step by step. Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Smart, J. (2020). Responding to the coronavirus pandemic: Assessing rapid service changes. (Expert Panel short article). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Vassallo, S. (2019). Risky driving among Australian teens. In G. Daraganova & N. Joss (Eds.), Growing Up in Australia: The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children Annual Statistical Report 2018 (pp. 57–68). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Vassallo, S., & Swami, N. (2019). Tweens and teens: What do they worry about? In G. Daraganova & N. Joss (Eds.), Growing Up in Australia: The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children Annual Statistical Report 2018 (pp. 131–140). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies

Warren, D., Andalón, M., & Gasser, C. (2019). Shop or save: How teens manage their money. In G. Daraganova & N. Joss (Eds.), Growing Up in Australia: The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children Annual Statistical Report 2018 (pp. 81–94). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Warren, D., Quinn, B., & Daraganova, G. (2020). Health service use among children at risk of social-emotional problems: Opportunities for early intervention. Hilton, SA: Emerging Minds.

Warren, D., Quinn, B., & Daraganova, G. (2020). Use of health services among children at risk of social-emotional problems: Opportunities for early intervention. Working paper. Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Warren, D., & Swami, N. (2019). Teenagers and sex. In G. Daraganova & N. Joss (Eds.), Growing Up in Australia: The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children Annual Statistical Report 2018 (pp. 47–56). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Warren, D., & Yu, M. (2019). Gambling activity among teenagers and their parents. In G. Daraganova & N. Joss (Eds.), Growing Up in Australia: The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children Annual Statistical Report 2018 (pp. 69–80). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Whitehouse, G., Baird, M., & Baxter, J. A. (2019). Australia country note. In A. Koslowski (Ed.), International review of leave policies and research 2019 (pp. 61–70). London: International Network on Leave Policies and Related Research.

Yu, M., & Warren, D. (2019). Shaping futures: School subject choice and enrolment in STEM. In G. Daraganova & N. Joss (Eds.), Growing Up in Australia: The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children Annual Statistical Report 2018 (pp. 95–108). Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Updated CFCA resource sheets

Australian legal definitions: When is a child in need of protection? (December 2019)

Child protection and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children (January 2020)

LGBTIQA+ communities: Glossary of common terms (November 2019)

Mandatory reporting of child abuse and neglect (June 2020)

Events and webinars

Families in Focus webinar series

Richard Weston, SNAICC. What will it take for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children to live vibrant, joyful lives?, 10 June 2020.

Maree Brown, New Zealand Dept. of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. Progressing New Zealand’s Child and Youth Wellbeing Strategy in a COVID-19 context, 16 June 2020.

Katherine Ellis, YacVic; Annika McCaffrey, & Fadak Alfayadh. How young people are experiencing the social and economic impacts of COVID-19, 23 June 2020.

Angela Lynch, Women’s Legal Service Qld. COVID-19 and its impact on the family violence legal and service system, 25 June 2020.

Jay Weatherill, Thrive by Five and Former Premier of South Australia. A new early childhood development system for Australia, 30 June 2020.

CFCA webinar series

Stewart Muir, AIFS; Jade Purtell, & Lou Limoges. Young people’s experiences of leaving care and their support needs: Recent research and promising practices, 24 July 2019.

Adam Dean, AIFS; Megan Frost, Relationships Australia NSW. Responding to elder abuse: Rights, safety and participation, 28 August 2019.

Derek McCormack, Parenting Research Centre; Lesley Taylor, NAPCAN. Putting children first: Changing how we communicate with parents to improve children’s outcomes, 11 September 2019.

David MacKenzie, University of South Australia; Sandy Meessen, Barwon Child Youth and Family. Intervening early to prevent youth homelessness: Lessons from the Geelong Project, 30 October 2019.

Nicole Paterson, AIFS; Toni Cash, Queensland Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women; Chloe Warrell, BEROS-Community Living Association. Collaborative practice in child and family welfare: Building practitioners’ competence, 18 March 2020.

Rae Kaspiew, AIFS; Emma Rogers, Jackie Wruck, Queensland Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women. Sadie’s story: Helping women affected by domestic and family violence navigate a fragmented system, 1 April 2020.

Philip Mendes & Jacinta Waugh, Monash University. Preparing young people to leave care during COVID-19, 27 May, 2020.

CFCA–Emerging Minds webinar series

Bill Wilson, Ngarrindjeri Regional Authority; Dana Shen, DS Consulting; Ruth Tulloch, Uniting Communities. Supporting the social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children through a collaborative community approach, 9 July 2019.

Nicola Palfrey, Australian Child and Adolescent Trauma, Grief and Loss Network; Michelle Roberts. Supporting children after natural and human-induced disasters, 7 August 2019.

Gill Munro, Emerging Minds; Lisa Hofman, Jarrah House; Yinka Olaitan, & Sarah Kendrick. Working with parents affected by alcohol and other drug use: Considering the needs of children in practice, 16 October 2019.

Sarah Seekamp, University of South Australia; Ben Rogers, National Workforce Centre for Child Mental Health. Parent–child play: A mental health promotion strategy for all children, 4 December 2019.

Pam Rycroft, The Bouverie Centre; Dan Moss, Emerging Minds. What is child-focused supervision in adult-focused services and how does it work?, 26 February 2020.

Liz Gordon, Queensland Program of Assistance to Survivors of Torture and Trauma; Julio Alejo, Community Access and Service SA. Cultural considerations to support children from migrant and refugee backgrounds, 13 May 2020.

Ten to Men webinar series

Brendan Quinn, Dinusha Bandara, Michelle Silbert, & Leanne Howell, AIFS. Introducing the Ten to Men study, 4 November 2019.

Brendan Quinn, Dinusha Bandara, Michelle Silbert, & Leanne Howell, AIFS. Using the data from Ten to Men, November 2019.

Presentations

Bandara, D., & Daraganova. G. (2019, July). Ten to Men: Cohort profile, sampling methods, and cohort reconciliation. Paper presented at the European Survey Research Association 8th Biennial Conference, Zagreb, Croatia.

Bandara, D., & Daraganova, G. (2019, November). Indigenous data: AIFS. Paper presented to the Indigenous Data Governance Working Group, Shepparton, Vic.

Baxter, J. (2019, September). The experiences of services and families in transitioning to the new package. Paper presented at the Australian Social Policy Conference, Kensington, NSW.

Baxter, J. (2019, November). Why don’t dads take parental leave? Paper presented at the Raising the Bar event, Melbourne.

Bradshaw, P., Warren, D., & Vosnaki, K. (2019, September). Comparing adolescent risky behaviour in Scotland and Australia: Preliminary findings from harmonised analysis of two ‘Growing Up’ studies. Paper presented at the Society for Longitudinal and Lifecourse Studies Conference, Potsdam, Germany.

Carroll, M. (2019, September). Patterns of child care use and child care supply, before and since the Child Care Package. Paper presented at the Australian Social Policy Conference, Kensington, NSW.

Carson, R. (2019, July). ‘Give children a bigger voice, more of the time’ – Findings from the AIFS Children and Young People in Separated Families Study. Paper presented at the Brotherhood of St Laurence Workshop on Engaging the Voice of the Child, Fitzroy, Vic.

Carson, R. (2019, August). National Elder Abuse Prevalence Study. Paper presented to the Research and Data Priorities Working Group, Attorney-General’s Department, Online.

Carson, R. (2019, October). Elder Abuse National Research – Strengthening the evidence base: The foundation for the Australian prevalence study. Paper presented to the Eastern Elder Abuse Network, Melbourne.

Carson, R. (2019, November). Family law reform. Paper presented at the Victorian Women Lawyers Panel Discussion, Melbourne.

Carson, R. (2019, November). ‘Give children a bigger voice, more of the time’ – Findings from the Children and Young People in Separated Families Project. Paper presented at the ‘Voice of the Child in Family Law, Featuring Tommy’ event, Victorian Family Law Pathways Network, Melbourne.

Carson, R. (2020, June). ‘Give children a bigger voice, more of the time’ – Findings from the AIFS Children and Young People in Separated Families Study. Paper presented at the Albury Wodonga Family Law Pathways Network Conference, Wodonga, Vic.

Daraganova. G. (2019, December). Ten to Men: The Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health. Paper presented to the Australian Government Department of Health, Canberra.

Daraganova, G. (2020, January). Consent and linkage in longitudinal studies. Paper presented at the CLOSER UK Conference: Preparing for the future II: International Approaches to Challenges Facing the Longitudinal Population Studies, London, UK.

Daraganova, G. (2020, June). Ten to Men: The Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health. Paper presented at the Men’s Health Research Symposium, Online.

Daraganova, G., & Bandara. D. (2019, July). LSAC linkage and consent. Paper presented at the European Survey Research Association 8th Biennial Conference, Zagreb, Croatia.

Daraganova, G., & Jessup, K. (2019, July). Surveying children and young people: Experiences from 21st century population cohort studies. Workshop presented at the Centre for Longitudinal Studies, University College London Institute of Education, London, UK.

Daraganova, G., Jessup, K., Bandara. D., & Renda, J. (2019, July). Tackling attrition in Growing Up in Australia: The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children. Paper presented at the European Survey Research Association 8th Biennial Conference, Zagreb, Croatia.

De Maio, J., Rioseco, P., & Daraganova, G. (2019, July). Methodological innovations to collect data from a complex population. Paper presented at the European Survey Research Association 8th Biennial Conference, Zagreb, Croatia.

Dean, A. (2019, November). Elder abuse: Key issues and emerging evidence. Paper presented at the Australian Association of Social Workers Conference, Adelaide.

Dean, A. (2019, November). Elder abuse: Key issues and emerging evidence. Paper presented at the Family & Relationship Services (FRSA) Conference, Lovedale, NSW.

El-Murr, A. (2019, November). Not just a buzzword – Breaking down intersectionality. Paper presented at the 4th Annual Domestic and Family Violence Conference ‘Research to Action’, Sydney.

El-Murr, A. (2019, December). Sexually abusive behaviours exhibited by young people. Paper presented at the Adolescent Family Violence Workshop, Melbourne.

Hand, K. (2019, September). An overview of the Child Care Package and the evaluation approach. Paper presented at the Australian Social Policy Conference, Kensington, NSW.

Hollonds, A. (2019, November). Grandparents who are primary carers of grandchildren. Paper presented at the Asian Family Conference, Singapore.

Hollonds, A. (2019, November). How do we build better policies for vulnerable children? Paper presented at the OECD Conference on Child Well-being, ‘Building Resilience in Vulnerable Children’, Paris, France.

Hollonds, A. (2020, March). What more must we do in national policy terms to make Australia a nation in which all children grow up safe and well? Paper presented at the National Coalition on Child Safety and Wellbeing Annual Meeting, Melbourne.

Hunter, C., Carlow, M., & Boadle, J. (2019, November). Bridging the know-do gap: Knowledge to action. Workshop presented in Adelaide.

Jenkinson, R. (2019, October). Weighing up the odds: Young men, sports and betting. Paper presented at the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation ‘Knowledge in Action’ Workshop, Bendigo, Vic.

Jenkinson, R. (2019, November). Young men and sports betting. Paper presented at the ‘Reducing the Risk: Understanding the Complexity of Gambling Within Professional and Community Sport’ Symposium, AFL Players’ Association Annual Conference, Parkville, Vic.

Jenkinson, R., Khokhar, T., Tajin, R., & Jatkar, U. (2019, November). National Consumer Protection Framework for Online Wagering: Baseline Study. Paper presented to the National Framework Governance Committee, Canberra.

Jenkinson, R., Khokhar, T., Tajin, R., & Sakata, K. (2019, November). Pints ’n’ punts: Exploring the relationship between alcohol consumption and sports betting among young Australians. Paper presented at the Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and Other Drugs Conference, Hobart.

Jessup, K., & Daraganova, G. (2019, July). The life course of the study: Growing Up in Australia. Paper presented at the European Survey Research Association 8th Biennial Conference, Zagreb, Croatia.

Mohal, J., Bandara, D., & Daraganova, G. (2019, November). Access to information and data in Australia. Paper presented to the International Conference on Crime Observation and Criminal Analysis, Brussels, Belgium.

Mohal, J., Renda, J., Gasser, C., Clifford, S., & Lange, K. (2019, July). LSAC Data Users Workshop. Workshop presented at the Australian Institute of Family Studies, Melbourne.

Moore, S. (2019, December). Evidence in program design and planning. Paper presented at the SPEN (State Parent Education Network) Meeting.

Muir, S. (2019, August). Expert Panel Activities 2019. Paper presented to the Communities for Children Working Group Forum.

Muir, S., Heidenreich, A., & Charman, W. (2019, September). Inside, outside, all around: Three perspectives on evaluation capacity building. Paper presented at the Australian Evaluation Conference, Sydney.

Price-Robertson, R. (2020, March). Diagnosis in children’s mental health. Paper presented to the Language of Child Mental Health Seminar Series, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, Melbourne.

Price-Robertson, R., Kirkwood, D., Dean, A., Hall, T., & Paterson, N. (2019, November). Collaborative competence: What does it look like in child and family welfare? Paper presented at the Australian Association of Social Workers Conference, Adelaide.

Qu, L. (2019, November). Parenting and family relationship dynamics after separation: Findings from the Longitudinal Study of Separated Families. Paper presented at the Asian Family Conference, Singapore.

Qu, L. (2019, November). Post-separation parenting disputes and pathways to the courts. Paper presented at the Family & Relationship Services (FRSA) Conference, Lovedale, NSW.

Qu, L. (2019, November). The 2006 Family Law Reforms in Australia: Methodology, findings and learnings. Paper presented to the Ministry of Social and Family Development, Singapore.

Qu, L., Gray, M., Stanton, D., & Weston, R. (2019, September). Relationship breakdown and subjective wellbeing: A comparative cross-country analysis. Paper presented at the Australian Social Policy Conference, Kensington, NSW.

Quinn, B., Warren, D., Robinson, E., Hayes, L., Wade, C., Daraganova, G., & Rioseco, P. (2019, September). Medicare Benefit Schedule (MBS) service engagement among a prospective cohort of children with symptoms of poor psychological adjustment: Trends, gaps and unmet need. Paper presented at the Australian Social Policy Conference, Sydney.

Rioseco, P., Daraganova, G., & De Maio, J. (2019, July). Participation and non-response: Insights from a large scale longitudinal study of recently arrived humanitarian migrants. Paper presented at the European Survey Research Association 8th Biennial Conference, Zagreb, Croatia.

Rioseco, P., Terhaag, S., & Daraganova, G. (2019, July). Self-rated health and post-traumatic stress disorder among refugee couples: Findings from the Building a New Life in Australia study. Paper presented at the 20th International Mental Health Conference, Gold Coast.

Rogers, C. (2019, September). Insights about experiences of the Child Care Package for families and services. Paper presented at the Australian Social Policy Conference, Kensington, NSW.

Sakata, K., Tajin, R., Khokhar, T., & Jenkinson, R. (2020, March). Gambling Harms, At-risk Alcohol Use and Smoking in Australia. Paper presented at the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation Lunchtime Learning Series, Melbourne.

Tajin, R., Sakata, K., Khokhar, T., & Jenkinson, R. (2020, March). Gambling participation and related harm among Victorian adults: Findings from HILDA 2015 survey. Paper presented at the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation Lunchtime Learning Series, Melbourne.

Van Hooff, M., Lawrence-Wood, E., & Daraganova, G. (2019, November). Combat, transition, firs responders and families: The Australian context. Paper presented at the Global Alliance Conference on Post-traumatic Stress, Adelaide.

Warren, D. (2019, September). Children’s housing experiences: Insights from the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC). Paper presented at the Society for Longitudinal and Lifecourse Studies Conference, Potsdam, Germany.

Warren, D., & Daraganova, G. (2019, September). Eating behaviours and attitudes of Australian adolescents. Paper presented at the Society for Longitudinal and Lifecourse Studies Conference, Potsdam, Germany.

Warren, D., Vassallo, S., & Daraganova, G. (2019, September). Adolescent delinquent behaviour: Are predictors different for girls and boys? Paper presented at the Society for Longitudinal and Lifecourse Studies Conference, Potsdam, Germany

Submissions

The Institute prepares submissions to inquiries and responds to requests for consultation. Such activity is an indication of the Institute’s involvement in the policy and research process.
In 2019/20, the Institute made the following submissions:

  • Submission to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs Inquiry into Age Verification for Online Wagering and Online Pornography (October 2019)
  • Submission to the Joint Select Committee on Australia’s Family Law System (January 2020)
  • Submission to the Productivity Commission Inquiry into Mental Health (January 2020)
  • Submission to the Australian Banking Association Consultation Paper on the Use of Credit Cards for Gambling Transactions (March 2020)