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For more than a century, The University of Queensland (UQ) has delivered knowledge leadership for a better world. The most prestigious and widely recognised rankings of world universities consistently place UQ among the world's top universities. UQ has also won more national teaching awards than any other Australian university. This commitment to quality teaching empowers our 56,000 current students, who study across UQ’s 3 campuses, to create positive change for society. Our research has global impact, delivered by an interdisciplinary research community of more than 1,500 researchers at our 6 faculties, 8 research institutes and more than 100 research centres.
The Parenting and Family Support Centre (PFSC) at UQ has a global reputation for its research innovation and achievement in the field of parenting and parenting support, resulting from the PFSC’s flagship program known as the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program (Triple P). This unique multilevel system of evidence-based parenting support has become one of the world’s most extensively evaluated, strongly supported, and widely disseminated parenting program in the world. Professional training has been conducted with over 100,000 unique practitioners from 58 countries. Triple P has been translated in 22 languages and has reached over 7 million families worldwide
Growing Minds Australia is Australia’s Clinical Trials Network in Child and Youth Mental Health. Established with funding from the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) project, it is a collaborative network that brings together clinicians, researchers, consumer groups and representatives, policy makers, professional associations and funders to improve collaborative research in child and youth mental health, ensure its effective and rapid translation into practice, and facilitate equitable access to those that need support. GMA is also managing several specific studies including a digital check-in and link-to-services resource for all children, young people and parents who may be experiencing mental health concern, evaluation of a mental health literacy program in schools, physical health interventions for young people receiving medication for mental health problems, and a stepped-care model for use in child and youth mental health services.
Windermere is an independent community service organisation, working across south eastern Melbourne and Gippsland (Victoria, Australia) to help those who need it most. Our support comes in many forms working together with children, families and individuals to find the best solutions for the varied and complex issues they face within our community. With a focus on intervention, prevention, and evidence informed practice we aim to get in early to make a difference and remain committed to ensure the voice of our consumers and evidence informs everything that we do.
Black Dog Institute is a global leader in mental health research and the only Medical Research Institute (MRI) in Australia to investigate mental health across the lifespan. Areas of strength include suicide prevention, digital mental health, workplace mental health, new treatments, and prevention in young people. Their unique translational approach allows them to quickly turn world-class scientific findings into clinical services, educational programs and e-health products that improve the lives of people with mental illness. The Institute is proud to partner with the I-CEPS. Together we can build a mentally healthier world.
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