WH&Y is an interdisciplinary team of adolescent health researchers committed to championing good health in the Teenage Decade. We are building a body of evidence to support the prioritisation of better teenage healthcare among clinicians, policy-makers and the community.
We’re sharing our research here so that we can all work together on the urgent task of designing and delivering healthcare that works for teenagers.
To view all our publications, visit the resources page.
- WH&Y Engagement Framework.
- Australian federal, state and territory policy on the health and wellbeing of young people: A scoping review by Dr Dan Waller
- Effectiveness of Virtual Reality Interventions for Adolescent Patients in Hospital Settings: A Systematic Review
by Brad Ridout, Joshua Kelson, Andrew Campbell and Kate Steinbeck
- The wellbeing of LGBTIQ+ young people: a WH&Y commentary for the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) by Finn Stannard and Gale Marshall
- Climate change: a WH&Y commentary for the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) by Rose Lewis and Lisa Lewis
- Discrimination, belonging and health: a WH&Y commentary for the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) by Harpreet Dhillon and Jahin Tanvir
- Chronic illness and transition from paediatric to adult care: a systematic review of illness specific clinical guidelines for transition in chronic illnesses that require specialist to specialist transfer by Shehani C. Samarasinghe, Sharon Medlow, Jane Ho and Katharine Steinbeck.
- The effectiveness, feasibility and scalability of the school platform in adolescent mental healthcare by Ian Williams, Alaina Vaisey, George Patton and Lena Sanci.