Responding to the Social and Emotional Wellbeing Aspirations of Our Families Project PhD Scholarship and Stipend
First 1000 Days Australia (F1000DA) has established an ambitious research program that intersects with engagement, implementation science, and epidemiology. A co-designed household survey is currently underway among five Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across Australia capturing family aspirations and wellbeing measures. The resulting databank with participant and regionally specific data provides prospective data of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families on their aspirations, wellbeing and family contexts. The information collected from the households is not only used by regionally based services to inform their activities but also builds a cohort of families that will be followed-up over time.
This PhD project is a mixed methods research project aimed to evaluate the impact of the regionally tailored responses on the health and the cultural and spiritual, social and emotional, wellbeing (SEWB) of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and their parents/care-givers.
This is an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander identified position.