The below list includes a range of publications from the Centre of Community Child Health (CCCH).


Parent mental health

  1. Dunkley-Smith, A., Reupert, A., & Sheen, J. (in press).  ‘It’s like they’re learning what it is for the very first time’: Clinician’s accounts of self-compassion in clients whose parents experience mental illness. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice. 10.1111/papt.12396
  2. Peyton D, Goods M, Hiscock H. The Effect of Digital Health Interventions on Parents' Mental Health Literacy and Help Seeking for Their Child's Mental Health Problem: A systematic review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022 2022;24(2):e28771 doi: 10.2196/28771 PMID: 35142623
  3. Goodyear, M., Allchin, B., Burn, M., von Doussa, H., Reupert, A., Tchernegovski, P., Sheen, J., Cuff, R., Obradovic, A., Solantaus, T., & Maybery, D. (in press).  Promoting self-determination in parents with mental illness in adult mental health settings.  Journal of Family Nursing.  
  4. Reupert, A., Bee., Hosman, van Doesum, Drost, Falkov…Ruud, T. (2022).  Prato Research Collaborative for Change in Parent and Child Mental Health: Principles and recommendations for working with children and parents living with parental mental illness.  Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 63(3), 350-353.
  5. Sheen, J., Aridas, A., Tchernegovski, P., Dudley, A., McGillivary, J, & Reupert, A. (in press).  Investigating the impact of isolation during COVID-19 on family functioning-an Australian snapshot.  Frontiers in Psychology.
  6. Chen, L., Vivekananda, K., Guan, L., & Reupert, A. (in press). Parenting experiences of Chinese mothers living with a mental illness.  BMC Psychiatry.
  7. Laser, C., Modaressi, A., Skogøy, B.E., Reupert, A., Daubmann, A., Höller, A., Zapf, A., Pawils, S., Taubner, S., Winter, S., Maybery, D., & Wiegand-Grefe, S. (in press).  Clinical implementation and evaluation of three implementation interventions for a family-oriented care for children of mentally ill parents (ci-CHIMPS): study protocol for a randomized controlled multicenter trial. Frontiers in Psychiatry
  8. Price AM, Bohingamu Mudiyanselage S, Schembri R, Mensah FK, Kemp L, Harris D, Goldfeld S. The impact of nurse home visiting on attendance to formal childcare: 3-year follow-up of a randomized trial. Academic Pediatrics. doi: 10.1016/j.acap.2021.07.022.
  9. Campbell, T., Reupert, A., Sutton, K., Basud, S., Davidson, G., Middeldorp, Naughton, M., & Maybery, D. (in press). Prevalence of mental illness among parents of children receiving treatment within child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS): a scoping review.European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry.
  10. Dunkley-Smith, A., Reupert, A., Ling, M., & Sheen, J. (in press).  Experiences and perspectives of self-compassion from young adult children of parents with mental illness.  Journal of Adolescence.
  11. Dunkley-Smith, A., Reupert, A. Sheen, J., & Ling, M. (in press). A scoping review of self-compassion in qualitative studies about children’s experiences of parental mental illness.
  12. Reupert, A., Gladstone, B., Hine, R., Yates, S., McGaw, V., Charles, G., Drost, L., & Foster, K. (in press). Stigma in relation to families living with parental mental illness: An integrative review.  International Journal of Mental Health Nursing.
  13. Laletas, S., Reupert, A., & Goodyear, M. (in press). Exploring the experiences of preschool teachers working with children living with parental mental illness.  Early Childhood Education Journal.
  14. Bryson H, Perlen S, Price A, Mensah F, Gold F, Dakin P, Goldfeld S. Patterns of maternal depression, anxiety and stress symptoms from pregnancy to 5 years postpartum in an Australian cohort experiencing adversity. Archives of Women's Mental Health
  15. Brown SJ, Gartland D, Woolhouse H, Giallo R, McDonald E, Seymour M, Conway L, FitzPatrick KM, Cook F, Papadopoullos MacArthur C, Hegarty K, Herrman H, Nicholson JM, Hiscock H, Mensah F. The Maternal Health Study: study design update for a prospective cohort of first-time mothers and their first-born children from birth to age ten. Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology2021 May 6 doi: 10.1111/ppe.12757 PMID: 33956353
  16. Bryson H, Middleton M, Huque H, Mensah F, Goldfeld S, Price AMH. Examining longitudinal associations between self-reported depression, anxiety and stress symptoms and hair cortisol among mothers of young children. Journal of Affective Disorders. 2021;282:921-9. DOI: 1016/j.jad.2020.12.144
  17. Beatson R, Molloy C, Perini N, Harrop C, Goldfeld S. Systematic review: An exploration of core componentry characterizing effective sustained nurse home visiting programs. Journal of Advanced Nursing.n/a(n/a). DOI: 1111/jan.14755
  18. Goldfeld S, Bryson H, Mensah F, Gold L, Orsini F, Perlen S, et al. Nurse Home Visiting and Maternal Mental Health: 3-Year Follow-Up of a Randomized Trial. Pediatrics. 2021;147(2).


Child and adolescent mental health

  1. O’Loughlin R, Hiscock H, Pan T, Devlin N, Dalziel K. The relationship between physical and mental health multimorbidity and children’s health-related quality of life. Quality of Life Research 2022 Jan 29 doi: 10.1007/s11136-022-03095-1 PMID: 35094215 [Online ahead of print]  (IF 4.147)
  2. Maybery, D., Reupert, A., (in press).  Mental health service engagement with family and carers: What practices are fundamental?  BMC Health Services Research. 
  3. Salvaris, C., Galea, S., Yap, M. B. H.†, & Lawrence, K. A.† (2022). Enhanced Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Anxiety Disorders in Children of Clinically-Anxious Parents: Two Case Studies. Clinical Case Studies.
  4. Sexton E, Sheehan J, Van Dam NT, Grobler A, Phillips L, Yaari M, Hiscock H. Feasibility of the Early Minds program by Smiling Mind: Pilot cluster randomised-controlled trial. Mindfullness 2022 doi: 10.1007/s12671-021-01804-4 PMID; 35104358 (Smiling Mind)
  5. O'Connor M, Arnup S, Mensah F, Olsson C, Goldfeld S, Viner R, Hope S. Natural history of mental health competence from childhood to adolescence. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. doi: 10.1136/jech-2021-216761. PMID: 34400516.
  6. Salvaris, Chloe A., Wade, Catherine, Galea, Samantha, Yap, Marie B. H.†, & Lawrence, Katherine A.† (2022). Children’s Perspectives of an Enhanced Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Child–Parent Dyads with Anxiety Disorders. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice. (Accepted 17th February 2022 - awaiting publication).
  7. Finan, S. J., & Yap, M. B. H. (2021). Engaging parents in preventive programs for adolescent mental health: A socio-ecological framework. Journal of Family Theory & Review, 1– 13.
  8. Mulraney M, Hiscock H. A systematic review of the persistence of childhood mental health problems into adulthood. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 2021 Aug 4;129:182-205. doi: 10.1016/j.neubiorev.2021.07.030 PMID: 34363845
  9. Jones R, Mulhern B, McGregor K, Yip S, O’Loughlin R, Devlin N, Hiscock H, Dalziel K,* on behalf of the Quality Of Life in Kids: Key evidence to strengthen decisions in Australia (QUOKKA) project team. Psychometric performance of HRQoL measures: an Australian pediatric multi-instrument comparison study protocol (P-MIC). 17 August 2021 Children 8(8), 714 doi:10.3390/children8080714
  10. O'Connor M, Arnup S, Mensah F, Olsson C, Goldfeld S, Viner R, Hope S. Natural history of mental health competence from childhood to adolescence. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. PMID: 34400516 DOI: 10.1136/jech-2021-216761
  11. Sung V, Williams K, Perlow E, Hu YJ, Ahern S, Said JM, et al. Enhancing Value and Uptake for Whole-Population Cohorts of Children and Parents: Methods to Integrate Registries into the Generation Victoria Cohort. Children. 2021;8(4):285. DOI: 3390/children8040285
  12. Bayer J, Brown A, Prendergast L, Bretheron L, Hiscock H, Mialopoulos C, Nelson-Lowe M, Gilbertson t, Noone K, Rapee R. Follow-up of the Cool Little Kids translational trial into middle childhood.  Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry.PMID: 34128236 2021 Jun 15 [Online ahead of print]
  13. Molloy C, Moore T, O'Connor M, Villanueva K, West S, Goldfeld S. A Novel 3-Part Approach to Tackle the Problem of Health Inequities in Early Childhood. Academic Pediatrics. 2021;21(2):236-43.  DOI: 1016/j.acap.2020.12.005
  14. Jones R, Hiscock H, Wurzel D, et al. Mental healthcare for children with chronic conditions: a qualitative study. Archives of Disease in Childhood Published Online First: 21 June 2021. doi: 10.1136/archdischild-2021-321795
  15. Lloyd-Johnsen, C. Eades, S. McNamara, B. D’Aprano, A. & Goldfeld, S. A Global Perspective of Indigenous Child Health Research: a systematic review of longitudinal studies. International Journal of Epidemiology. PMID: 33864092 doi: 10.1093/ije/dyab074.
  16. Elek C, Gibberd A, Gubhaju L, Lennox J, Highfold R, Goldfeld S, et al. An Opportunity for Our Little Ones: Findings from an Evaluation of an Aboriginal Early Childhood Learning Centre in Central Australia. Early Childhood Education Journal. 2021.
  17. Sim WH, Fernando LMN, Jorm AF, Rapee RM, Lawrence KA, Mackinnon AJ, et al. A tailored online intervention to improve parenting risk and protective factors for child anxiety and depression: Medium-term findings from a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Affective Disorders. 2020;277:814-24.
  18. Jorm, A., & Kitchener, A. (2020). Increases in youth mental health services in Australia: Have they had an impact on youth population mental health? Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry.
  19. Allen, K., Berger, E., May, F., Wurf, G., & Rupert, A. (in press).  Impact of school-based interventions for building school belonging in adolescence: A systematic review. Educational Psychology Review.
  20. Broomfield, G., Wade, C., Yap, M.B.H. Engaging Parents of Lower-Socioeconomic Positions in
    Internet- and Mobile-Based Interventions for Youth Mental Health: A Qualitative Investigation.
    Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2021,18, 9087.



  1. O'Connor M, Guo J, Letcher P, Sanson A, Goldfeld S, Olsson C. Developmental relationships between socioeconomic disadvantage and mental health across the first 30 years of life. Longitudinal and Life Course Studies. DOI: 10.1332/175795921X16459587898770
  2. Villanueva, K., Woolcock, G., Goldfeld, S., Tanton, R., Brinkman, S Katz, I., Giles-Corti, B. The built environment and early childhood development: qualitative evidence from disadvantaged Australian communities. Children’s Geographies. DOI: 10.1080/14733285.2022.2059651
  3. Hall T, Goldfeld S, Loftus H, Honisett S, Liu H, De Souza D, Bailey C, Reupert A, Yap M, Eapen V, Haslam R, Sanci, L, Fisher J, Eastwood J, Mukumbang F, Loveday S, Jones R, Constable L, Forell S, Morris Z, Montgomery A, Pringle G, Dalziel K, Hiscock H. Integrated Child and Family Hub models for detecting and responding to family adversity: protocol for a mixed methods evaluation in two sites. BMJ Open. DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2021-055431 PMID: 35613800.
  4. Townsend, I., Reupert, A., & Berger, E. (in press).  Students in out-of-home care: Their experiences of TEACHaR, an Australian education program. Child & Family Social Work.
  5. Loveday S, Hall T, Constable L, et al. Screening for Adverse Childhood Experiences in Children: A Systematic Review. Pediatrics.2022;149(2):e2021051884
  6. McKlean K, Hiscock H, Goldfeld S. Timeliness and extent of health service use by Victorian (Australian) children within first year after entry to out-of-home care: retrospective data linkage cohort study. Children and Youth Services, March 2022;134, doi:10.1016/j.childyouth.2021.106359
  7. Burley, J, Price A, Parker A, Samar N, Zhu A, Eapen V,Contreras-Suarez D, Schreurs N, Lawson K, Lingham R, Grace R, Raman S, Kemp L, Chota S, Goldfeld S, Woolfendend S. Connecting healthcare with income maximisation services and their financial, health and well-being impacts for families with young children: a systematic review protocol. BMJ Open. 2021;11:e056297. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2021-056297. PMID: 34907075 (HWF).
  8. Whittle, S., Pozzi, E., Rakesh, D., Kim, J. M., Yap, M. B. H., Schwartz, O. S., Youssef, G., Allen, N. B. & Vijayakumar, N. (2022). Harsh and inconsistent parental discipline is associated with altered cortical development in children. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging. (Accepted 5th February 2022).
  9. Goldfeld, S., Villanueva, K., Tanton, R., Brinkman, S., Katz, I., Giles-Corti, B. Woolcock, G., Findings from the Kids in Communities Study (KiCS): A mixed methods study examining community-level influences on early childhood development. PLOS One. 2021;16(9): e0256431doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0256431. PMID: 34469452 (KiCS)
  10. Hall, T., Honisett, S., Paton, K. et al. Prioritising interventions for preventing mental health problems for children experiencing adversity: a modified nominal group technique Australian consensus study. BMC Psychol 9, 165 (2021).
  11. Arat A, Moore H, Goldfeld S, Östberg V, Sheppeard V, Gidding H. Childhood vaccination coverage in Australia: An equity perspective.  BMC Public Health. PMID: 34229652. doi: 10.1186/s12889-021-11345-z.
  12. Brown, C., Sanci, L., Hegarty, K. Technology-facilitated abuse in relationships: Victimisation patterns and impact in young people. Computers in Human Behaviour, 2021 – Elsevier. Doi:10.1016/j.chb.2021.106897
  13. Sahle BW, Reavley NJ, Morgan AJ, Yap MBH, Reupert A, Jorm AF. A Delphi study to identify intervention priorities to prevent the occurrence and reduce the impact of adverse childhood experiences. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry. July 2021. doi:10.1177/00048674211025717
  14. Gartland D, Conway LJ, Giallo R, Mensah FK, Cook F, Hegarty K, Herrman H,  Nicholson J, Reilly S, Hiscock H, Sciberras E, Brown SJ. Intimate partner violence and child outcomes at age 10: a pregnancy cohort. Archives of Disease in Childhood2021 Apr 21;archdischild-2020-320321. doi: 10.1136/archdischild-2020-320321PMID: 33883191 [Online ahead of print]
  15. O'Connor M, Ponsonby A-L, Collier F, Liu R, Sly PD, Azzopardi P, et al. Exposure to adversity and inflammatory outcomes in mid and late childhood. Brain, Behavior, & Immunity - Health. 2020;9:100146.
  16. McLean K, Hiscock H, Scott D, Goldfeld S. Foster and kinship carer survey: Accessing health services for children in out-of-home care. J Paediatr Child Health. 2021;57(1):132-9. DOI: 1111/jpc.15157
  17. Sahle BW, Reavley NJ, Li W, Morgan AJ, Yap MBH, Reupert A, et al. The association between adverse childhood experiences and common mental disorders and suicidality: an umbrella review of systematic reviews and meta-analyses. Eur Child Adolesc Psychiatry. 2021. DOI: 1007/s00787-021-01745-2
  18. Molloy, C., Beatson, R., Harrop, C., Perini, N., & Goldfeld, S. (2020). Systematic review: Effects of sustained nurse home visiting programs for disadvantaged mothers and children. Journal of Advanced Nursing.
  19. Bryson HE, Price AMH, Goldfeld S, Mensah F. Associations between social adversity and young children’s hair cortisol: A systematic review. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 2021;127:105176.
  20. Tennant E, Miller E, Costantino K, Souva D, Coupland H, Fotheringham P, Eastwood J. A Critical Realist Evaluation of an Integrated Care Project for Vulnerable Families in Sydney, Australia. Research Square; 2020.
  21. Ward, B., Kippen, R., Reupert, A., Maybery, D., Aguis, P., Quinn, B., Jenkinson, R., Sutton, K., Weimand, B., Goldsmith, R., & Dietze, P. (in press). Parent and child co-resident status among an Australian community-based sample of methamphetamine smokers. Drug and Alcohol Review. 
  22. Eastwood, J., Barmaky, S., Hansen, S., Miller, E., Ratcliff, S., Fotheringham, P., … De Souza, D. (2020). Refining Program Theory for a Place-Based Integrated Care Initiative in Sydney, Australia. International Journal of Integrated Care, 20(3), 13. DOI:


Impacts of Covid-19 

  1. Manski-Nankervis J, Davidson S, Hiscock H, Hallinan C, Ride J, Lingam V, Holman J, Baird A, McKeown, Sanci L. Primary care consumers’ experiences and opinions of a telehealth consultation delivered via video during the COVID-19 pandemic. Australian Journal of Primary Health 2022 Mar 15. doi: 10.1071/PY21193 PMID: 35287793.
  2. O’Connor M, Greenwood C, Letcher P, Giallo R, Priest N, Goldfeld S, Hope S, Edwards B, Olsson C. Inequalities in the distribution of COVID-19 related financial difficulties for families with young children. Child: Care, Health and Development. DOI: 10.1111/cch.13010. PMID: 35373368.
  3. Goldfeld S, West S, Wake M, Roberts G, Sung V, Hiscock H, O’Connor E. A narrative review of the potential indirect impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on children using a community child health lens.  Medical Journal of Australia 2022 Jan 23. doi: 10.5694/mja2.51368 PMID: 35066868  [Online ahead of print]
  4. Reupert, A., Schaffer, G., von Hagen, A., Allen, K.A., Berger, E., Büttner, G., Power, E., Morris, Z., Paradis, P., Fisk. A., Summers, D., Wurf, G., & May, F. (in press).  The practices of psychologists working in schools during COVID-19: A multi-country investigation.  School Psychology.
  5. Keary, A., Reupert, A., Kaukko, M. & Wilkinson, J. (in press). Education and an ethics of care when working with refugee families during COVID-19. Early Years: An International Research 
  6. Eapen V, Hiscock H, Williams K. Adaptive innovations to provide services to children with developmental disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic Adaptive innovations to provide services to children with developmental disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 2021 Jan;57(1):9-11 doi: 10.1111/jpc.15224 PMID: 33159396 (Citations: WoS 1) (FWCI 3.15)
  7. Letter to the Editor – Adverse childhood experiences should be priority in global response to COVID-19 by Berhe Sahle, Richard Ofori‐Asenso and Andre Renzaho
  8. Berger, E., & Reupert, A. (in press). The COVID-19 pandemic in Australia: Lessons learnt. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy.
  9. Commentary – Health justice partnership in a time of pandemic by Tessa Boyd-Caine and Lottie Turner
  10. Commentary - Are the kids alright? Social isolation can take a toll, but play can help by Pasi Sahlbrg and Sharon Goldfeld.
  11. O'Connor, M., Goldfeld, S., Burgner, D., & Priest, N. (2020). Addressing childhood adversity is crucial for post-COVID-19 recovery. InSight.
  12. Berger, E., Jamshidi, N., & Reupert, A. (in press). Psychological impacts of coronavirus outbreaks on adults: A rapid evidence review.  International Journal of Mental Health Promotion.   
  13. Koirala A, Goldfeld S, Bowen A, Choong C, Ryan K, Wood N, Winkler N, Danchin M, Macartney K, Russell F. Lessons learnt during the COVID-19 pandemic: why Australian schools should be prioritised to stay open. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health. PMID: 34101922
  14. Wilson AN, Ravaldi C, Scoullar MJL, et al. Caring for the carers: Ensuring the provision of quality maternity care during a global pandemic. Women Birth. 2021;34(3):206-209.\
  15. Sahle, B. & Ofori-Asenso, R. Adverse Childhood Experiences Should be priority in global response to Covid-19. Journal of Paediatrics and Child health. 2020;56(10):1656-1657.

Parenting interventions 

  1. Jason Cooper, Jacinta Dermentzis, Hayley Loftus, Berhe W. Sahle, Nicola Reavley, Anthony Jorm,
    Barriers and facilitators to the implementation of parenting programs in real-world settings: A qualitative systematic review, Mental Health & Prevention,Volume 26, 2022, 200236, ISSN 2212-6570,
  2. Havighurst, S.S., Chainey, C., Doyle, F.L., Higgins, D.J., Mathews, B., Mazzucchelli, T.G., Zimmer-Gembeck, M. Andriessen, K., Cobham, V.E., Cross, D., Dadds, M.R., Dawe, S., Gray, K.M., Guastella, A.J., Harnett, P., Haslam, D.M., Middeldorp, C.M., Morawska, A., Ohan, J.L., Sanders, M.R., Stallman, H.M., Tonge, B.J., Toumbourou, J.W.,  Turner, K.M.T., Williams, K.E., Yap, M.B.H., & Nicholson, J.M. (2022). A Review of Australian Government Funding of Parenting Intervention Research. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Public Health. 10.1111/1753-6405.13235
  3. Sim, W. H., Jorm, A.F, & Yap, M. B. H. (2022). The Role of Parent Engagement in a Web-based Preventive Parenting Intervention for Child Mental Health in Predicting Parenting, Parent and Child Outcomes. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
  4. Hansen A, Brown SD, Yap MBH. Enhancing Engagement of Fathers in Web-Based Preventive Parenting Programs for Adolescent Mental Health: A Discrete Choice Experiment. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2021; 18(23):12340.  

Literacy and education programs

  1. Goldfeld S, Gray S, Pham C, Badland H, Woolfenden S, Schor E, O’Connor M. Leveraging research to drive more equitable reading outcomes: an update. Academic Pediatrics. DOI: 10.1016/j.acap.2022.04.001 PMID: 35417779.
  2. Townsend, I., Reupert, A., & Berger, E. (in press).  Educators’ experiences of an Australian education program for students in out-of-home care.  Child & Youth
  3. Paton K, Gillam L, Warren H, Mulraney M, Coghill D, Efron D, Sawyer M, Hiscock H. How can the education sector support children’s mental health? Views of Australian healthcare clinicians. PLos one 2022 Jan 24;17(1):e0261827. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0261827 PMID:35073336 eCollection 2022 (MHS)
  4. Goldfeld S, Moreno-Betancur M, Guo S, Mensah F, O'Connor E, Gray S, Chong S, Woolfenden S, Williams K, Kvalsvig A, Badland H, Azpitarte F, & O'Connor M.  Inequities in children's literacy skills: The role of home reading and preschool attendance. Academic Pediatrics.
  5. Smith J, Conway L, Goldfeld S, Levickis P. Maternal linguistic input and child language in a cohort at risk of experiencing social adversity. Language Learning and Development
  6. Elek, C., Gray, S., West, S., & Goldfeld, S. Effects of a professional development program on emergent literacy-promoting practices and environments in early childhood education and care. Early Years.
  7. Smith J, Levickis P, Neilson R, Mensah F, Goldfeld S, Bryson H. Prevalence of language and pre-literacy difficulties in an Australian cohort of 5-year-old children experiencing adversity. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders. 2021;56(2):389-401.
  8. Sim WH, Toumbourou JW, Clancy EM, Westrupp EM, Benstead ML, Yap MBH. Strategies to Increase Uptake of Parent Education Programs in Preschool and School Settings to Improve Child Outcomes: A Delphi Study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2021;18(7):3524. DOI: 3390/ijerph18073524
  9. Allen, K., Reupert, A., & Oades, L. (2020, Editors).  Building better schools with evidence-based policy. Routledge; Sydney. DOI 4324/9781003025955


Health system (trends and challenges)

  1. Hiscock H, Pelly R, Hua X, West S, Tucker D, Raymundo C, Dalziel K. Survey of paediatric telehealth benefits from the caregiver perspective. Australian Health Review 2021 October 18 doi: 10.1071/AH21036 (IF 1.32) (HSRU)
  2. Mulraney M, Lee C, Freed G, Sawyer M, Coghill D, Sciberras E, et al. How long and how much? Wait times and costs for initial private child mental health appointments. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health. 2021;57(4):526-32.
  3. Paton K, Gillam L, Warren H, Mulraney M, Coghill D, Efron D, et al. Clinicians’ perceptions of the Australian Paediatric Mental Health Service System: Problems and solutions. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry. 2021:0004867420984242.
  4. Goldfeld S, Paton K, Shaoke L, Perera P, Hiscock H. Trends in Rates and Inequalities in Paediatric Admissions for Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions in Victoria, Australia (2003 to 2013). Journal Paediatrics and Child HealthPMID: 33432713 (JPC-2020-1263) (IF: 1.572).
  5. Say DF, Carison A, Hill A, Hiscock H, Babl FE, O'Donnell S. Mental health presentations to the paediatric emergency department: A retrospective study. Journal Paediatrics and Child Health2021 Jan 6. doi: 10.1111/jpc.15313PMID: 33404176 [Online ahead of print]
  6. Bourke EM, Say DF, Carison A, Hill A, Craig S, Hiscock H, Babl FE, O'Donnell SM. Emergency mental health presentations in children with autism spectrum disorder and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health2021 May 8. doi: 10.1111/jpc.15535PMID: 33963626
  7. Williames, S., Temple-Smith, M., & Sanci, L. (2020). Do new doctors get enough child health experience? Pursuit.


Economic evaluation 

  1. Jorm, A. (2020). The Productivity Commission says mental ill-health costs Australia billions — it’s time for a proper investment in making things better. The Conversation.
  2. Price A, Zhu A, Nguyen J, Contreras-Suarez D, Schreurs N, Burley J, Lawson K, Kelaher M, Lingam R, Grace R, Raman S, Kemp L, Woolfenden S, Goldfeld S. Study Protocol for the Healthier Wealthier Families (HWF) pilot randomised controlled trial: testing the feasibility of delivering financial counselling to families with young children who are identified as experiencing financial hardship by community-based nurses. BMJ Open2021;11:e044488. PMID: 34020976 doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2020-044488.
  3. Jorm, Tony, “A bigger budget for mental health services won’t necessarily improve Australia’s mental health’’. The Conversation, 12 May 2021, 5.49pm AEST,

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