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2 December 2019

The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC) Annual Statistical Report 2018: Chapter 10: Resilience

This chapter reports on research using data from the LSAC to examine adolescents' self-reported resilience at age 16-17 years and whether resilience differs according to characteristics of the individual and their family, peer and school environments.

2 December 2019

Avoiding the 3 ‘M’s: Accurate use of violence, abuse and neglect statistics and research to avoid myths, mistakes and misinformation: A resource for NSW Health Workers

This report provides information to help workers understand and communicate relevant violence, abuse and neglect statistics and research accurately and succinctly and to dispel myths, mistakes and misinformation about them.

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