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Research at Tweddle

Tweddle Child and Family Health Service has been providing evidence based, clinical interventions for many years and recognizes the importance of developing evidence based interventions to enhance the wellbeing of children and their parents.

Since its inception, Tweddle has a history of evaluation and continuous improvement in service delivery. Its commitment to quality and research has been clearly exhibited by actively participating in research projects and engaging external consultants to review its practices and approaches to service delivery.

Tweddle Child and Family Health Service is dedicated to enhancing the wellbeing of 0-4 aged children and their families. We are committed to supporting staff and higher degree students involved in research activities by creating research opportunities from questions raised from service/practice delivery, advances in the field of child and family field and government policies.

Tweddle research projects will meet Federal and State legislation, research methodology standards, DHS and university ethic guidelines as well as organisation policies and procedures.

Completed Tweddle research projects

The Early Parenting Study (Key Centre for Women's Health and Society, University Of Melbourne).

The Wellbeing of Father (with PRC)

Coping With Fatigue (with PRC)

Specialist Early Parenting Program (University Of Melbourne)

Fathers' stories of exclusion from the 'parenting team' Barbara Cosson and Elinor Graham (Swinburne University of Technology and Market researcher)

Evidence of effectiveness of brief admissions to residential early parenting services compared to standard care for women, their infant and the mother-infant relationship' Professor J.Fisher, Dr H.Rowe, The Jean Hailes Research Unit at Monash University

Tweddle Day Stay Research - Dr Heather Rowe and Dr Sonia McCallum, Minh Thi H Le (The Jean Hailes Research Unit at Monash University)and Renzo Vittorino

Tweddle and Higher Education Degrees

Tweddle accepts higher education students (PhD, Professional Doctorate and Master) to conduct their research project in different services/areas provided by Tweddle. Generally, students will conduct research in the areas of community, family and child however, other areas of research may be considered.

For more information please contact Tweddle's Director of Nursing on (03) 9689 1577

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