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8 November 2019

Prevalence and correlates of bullying victimisation and perpetration in a nationally representative sample of Australian youth

This study estimated the national prevalence of bullying victimisation, perpetration and combined victim-perpetration experiences and examined the mental health outcomes of bullying in a representative population-based sample of Australian young people aged 11-17 years. Bullying is frequently experienced by Australian adolescents, with a 12-month prevalence of bullying victimisation of 13.3%, perpetration 1.6% and victim-perpetration 1.9%.

7 November 2019

Does the reason matter? How student‐reported reasons for school absence contribute to differences in achievement outcomes among 14–15 year olds

This study used data from the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children to examine the reasons for school absence as reported by 14–15 year olds and how these reasons relate to achievement outcomes in Year 9.

7 November 2019

Suicidal behaviours: Prevalence estimates from the second Australian Child and Adolescent Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing

This research used data from the Australian Child and Adolescent Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing to estimate the lifetime and 12-month prevalence of suicidal behaviours in Australian young people aged 12–17 years, to describe their co-morbidity with mental illness and to describe the co-variation of these estimates with social and demographic variables. In any 12-month period, about 2.4% or 41,400 young people would have made a suicide attempt.

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