Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute April 2019 This study examined the impact of housing and other support services on safety and wellbeing for families experiencing domestic and family violence. The study also reviewed the legislative framework across Australia, together with interviews with key stakeholders and users. https://www.ahuri.edu.au/research/final-reports/311
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Debra Lupton News and Media Research Centre January 2019 A range of digital technologies are available to people to find, share and generate health-related information. Few studies have directed attention specifically to how women are using these technologies from the diverse array available to them. For women with chronic health conditions and those caring for […]
Publisher: Mission Australia March 2019 Status – CURRENT Domestic and family violence is a major driver of homelessness in Australia, particularly for women and their children. This paper focuses on the intersections between these issues, drawing together the research, stories of victim-survivors and service provider wisdom to recommend ways forward.
Publisher: Centre for Social Impact University of WA Status – CURRENT The first detailed picture using non-administrative data of the physical and mental health outcomes and broader life experiences of women sleeping rough in Australia. Women sleeping rough experience elevated rates of physical and mental health conditions, substance abuse issues, domestic violence and interactions with the […]
Publisher Cancer Council Victoria 2017 Status – CURRENT Tools and resources to increase breast, bowel and cervical screening in Victorian under-screened communities. cancer screening, under screened, never screened, bowel, breast, cervical, HPV vaccine, Victoria, cancer, cancer council Victoria, CALD, Disability, Indigenous, LGBTI, FOBT, Mammogram, Pap test
Publisher: AIHW 2015 Status – CURRENT Teenage mothers in Australia: This report presents key statistics and trends for teenage mothers and their babies in Australia. Teenage mothers and their babies are more likely to experience broader disadvantage, have antenatal risk factors and have poorer maternal and baby outcomes during and after birth, than older mothers and […]
Publisher: LGA Westminster May 30 2018 Status – CURRENT Evidence shows that high quality relationships and sex education (RSE), welcoming health services (in the right place, open at the right time) and friendly non-judgmental staff, help young people to delay sex until they are ready and to use contraception effectively.