School of Population and Global Health


The Centre acts as a resource for human service practitioners, educators and researchers working with vulnerable children and families. The majority of this work is conducted on a fee-for service basis.

Consultancy services

We can assist you with small or large research projects involving:

  • program and evaluation planning
  • needs assessment
  • focus groups
  • instrument design
  • literature and resource reviews
  • curriculum development / writing
  • training and development programs
  • resource development and production
  • data collection, management, analysis and interpretation
  • report preparation
  • advice to relevant parliamentary committees.
To discuss your research project, contact Dr Susan Young, Discipline Chair.


Professional-level fees and charges apply. Research costs and budgets vary depending on a range of factors including the expertise required, funding support available and fieldwork requirements.

Professional development and training

The Centre is building its professional development and training services within the University and to external stakeholders.

Centre Advisory Group

The Centre Advisory Group includes representatives from:


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