You're invited: Centre for Research Excellence in Adolescent Health launch
The NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Adolescent Health (CRE) is a brand new Australia-wide collaboration bringing together a team of interdisciplinary researchers led by the University of Sydney’s Professors Kate Steinbeck, Rachel Skinner, Angus Dawson and Louise Baur. The CRE will explore the opportunities, challenges and costs of working with adolescents and their families to make health services work for adolescents in the digital age, and with benefits across the lifespan.
You are warmly invited to join us for the official launch of the CRE, and lunch and networking afterwards. The event will take place at the Westmead Institute for Medical Research on Monday 3 September at 10 am.
The launch will include the voice of youth, an address from Megan Mitchell National Children's Commissioner, CRE research highlights, a panel discussion and endorsement of the CRE Youth Engagement Declaration.
Please join us to celebrate the beginning of this new venture in adolescent health and wellbeing!
Registration is essential but free - please register by Monday 27 August.