The following article was first published in The Conversation. At the time of publication, it was the second-most read article authored by a University of Queensland staff member. It has been published in print in The Melbourne Age and online at The Washington Post. I need to start with a confession: I’m not a parent. I am […]
John's primary research interest is how positive parenting programs transform the lives of individual children, their families and the community. His research focuses on how innovation, partnerships, policy and philanthropy combine to enhance the global reach and effectiveness of population-level parenting interventions.
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