Presentations

2022

Green (2022). NSW Child Development Study. Population Health Research Network (PHRN) - Linkage Luminaries Webinar Series 2022: Online, 28 April 2022 (Invited presentation). 

Green (2022). NSW Child Development Study: Findings from the second wave of data linkage. NSW Department of Communities and Justice - FACSIAR April Lunch and Learn Webinar Series: Online, 27 April 2022 (Invited presentation). 

Laurens (2022). Primary school outcomes for children in contact with child protection during early childhood: Findings from the NSW Child Development Study. NSW Department of Communities and Justice - FACSIAR February Lunch and Learn seminar, Improving Educational Outcomes for Children and Young People with Child Protection Contact: Online, 16 February 2022 (Invited presentation).

2021

Green (2021). The NSW Child Development Study: Translating population data into policy. NSW Ministry of Health - Combined MP4Kids & RPNSW Conference: Bridging the Great Divide, Bathurst, 29-30 April 2021 (Invited presentation).

Athanassiou, Whitten, Tzoumakis, Hindmarsh, Harris, Carr, Green, Dean (2021). Examining the overlap of young people’s contact with the police as a person of interest and victim or witness. Stockholm Criminology Symposium, Online, 15-16 June 2021 (Selected from Abstract).

Laurens, Dean, Whitten, Tzoumakis, Harris, Carr, Green (2021). Early life predictors of suspensions from primary school: a longitudinal multi-agency record-linkage study. Australian Early Development Census National (AEDC) Conference, Online, 15-19 March 2021 (Selected from Abstract).

Hindmarsh, Laurens, Katz, Butler, Harris, Carr, Green (2021). Child protection profiles for children with special health care needs: A population record linkage study. Australian Early Development Census National (AEDC) Conference, Online, 15-19 March 2021 (Selected from Abstract).

Harris, Dean, Watkeys, Hindmarsh, Laurens, Tzoumakis, Carr, Green (2021). Risk factors at birth and later developmental risk of mental disorders. Australian Early Development Census National (AEDC) Conference, Online, 15-19 March 2021 (Selected from Abstract).

Harris, Dean, Laurens, Tzoumakis, Carr, Green (2021). Regional distribution of mental health risk at age 5 years in an Australian population sample. Australian Early Development Census National (AEDC) Conference, Online, 15-19 March 2021 (Selected from Abstract; Rapid presentation).

2020

Laurens (2020). Early life predictors of suspensions from primary school: cross-agency indicators of risk for school exclusion in a NSW population cohort. International Population Data Linkage Network 2020 Conference, Online, 1-13 November 2020 (Selected from Abstract).

2019

Green, Hindmarsh, Kariuki, Islam, Laurens, Neil, Katz, Chilvers, Harris, Carr (2019). Mental disorders among children in contact with child protection services. Society for Mental Health Research Conference (SMHR), Melbourne, 27-29 November 2019 (Invited submission for symposium).

Neil, Islam, Kariuki, Laurens, Katz, Harris, Carr, Green (2019). Rates and costs of physical and mental health hospitalisations in the first 13-years of life among children in the NSW-CDS, by engagement with Child Protection Services. Society for Mental Health Research Conference (SMHR), Melbourne, 27-29 November 2019 (Selected from Abstract).

Green (2019). The structure of psychopathology. Society for Mental Health Research Conference (SMHR), Melbourne, 27-29 November 2019 (Invited Plenary).

Green (2019). AEDC research findings from the NSW-CDS. NSW Health Child and Family Health Advisory Group, Sydney, 25 November 2019 (Invited Presentation).

Green, Carr (2019). Predicting childhood vulnerability across the spectrum of health, education and social adversity from information known at birth. NSW Health “Sustaining Families Program” Forum, Sydney, 20 November 2019 (Invited Presentation).

Tzoumakis, Whitten, Piotrowska, Dean, Laurens, Harris, Carr, Green (2019). Examining the gender-specific transmission of antisocial behaviour. American Society of Criminology (ASC) Conference, San Francisco, CA, 13-16 November, 2019 (Selected from Abstract).

Carr, Kariuki, Laurens, Dean, Harris, Green (2019). Can childhood mental health and social outcomes be predicted at birth? Melbourne, 20-23 October 2019 (Selected from Abstract; Poster).

Green (2019). NSW Child Development Study: Cross agency data linkages to inform better heatlh and social outcomes for developing youth. Secretary of the NSW Department of Communities and Justice, Sydney, 26 September 2019 (Invited Presentation).

Dean (2019). Emergence of mental health problems in childhood: findings from the NSW Child Development Study. Child and Adolescent Mental Health in SESLHD Registrars, Sydney, 18 September 2019 (Invited Presentation).

Carr (2019). AEDC-related findings in the NSW-CDS (focus on Social Competence and Emotional Maturity). Australian Early Development Census National (AEDC) Coordinator’s Training Day, Adelaide, 4 September 2019 (Invited Presentation).

Green (2019). NSW Child Development Study: Cross agency data linkages to predict entry to Out-of-Home-Care. "Their Futures Matter" Executive Team, Sydney, 28 June 2019 (Invited Presentation).

Green (2019). Predicting childhood vulnerability across the spectrum of health, education and social adversity from information known at birth. Perinatal & Infant Mental Health Conference, Sydney, 26 July 2019 (Invited Plenary).

Green, Linscott, Laurens, Tzoumakis, Dean, Badcock, Carr (2019). Developmental schizotypy in the general population: A record linkage study of 22,000 Australian children. International Consortium for Schizotypy Research Conference, New Orleans, USA, 10-12 June, 2019 (Selected from Abstract).

Green (2019).Cross-agency predictors of children being placed in Out of Home Care. NSW Health “Whole Family Team (WFT)” Forum”, Sydney, 6 June 2019 (Invited Presentation).

Green (2019). Early developmenal risk for mental disorders, National Community Child Health Council (NCCHC). NSW Parliament House, 23 May 2019 (Invited Presentation).

Williams, Green, Dean (2019). Nagdhuri-Nya project. Ngadhuri-Nya Public Forum, Redfern, 15 May 2019 (Invited Presentation).

Green (2019).Population prevalence of risk for mental disorders at school entry in NSW. 2019 School Link “Got It!” Forum, Sydney, 12 April 2019 (Invited Presentation).

Green (2019). Perinatal and early life risk factors for childhood mental disorders in an Australian population cohort. Royal Hospital for Women – Perinatal group seminars, Sydney, 20 February 2019 (Invited Presentation).

2018

Green (2018). Early life risk factors for the development of childhood mental health problems. NSW Health Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Symposium, Sydney, 7 November 2018 (Invited Presentation).

Green (2018). Early developmental risk for childhood mental disorders in an Australian population cohort. Westmead Hospital, Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Sydney, 1 November 2018 (Invited Presentation).

Green (2018). Prevention and early detection of psychosis using health data linkage. Early Years Collaboration, Western Sydney University, Sydney, 19 September 2018 (Invited Presentation).

Green, Linscott, Laurens, Tzoumakis, Dean, Harris, Carr (2018). Developmental schizotypy in the general population. Australian Psychosis Conference, Sydney, 14-16 September, 2018 (Selected from Abstract).

Green (2018). The NSW Child Development Study: Using population record linkage to facilitate early detection of risk for mental illness. NSW Health Child and Family Health Advisory Group, Sydney, 17 August 2019 (Invited Presentation).

Piotrowska, Rossen, Tzoumakis, Laurens, Chilvers, Butler, Katz, Carr, Green (2018). Determinants of childhood socio-emotional and cognitive vulnerability using multi-agency administrative records. International Conference on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, Sarawak, Malaysia, 6-8 Aug 2018 (Selected from Abstract).

Green (2018). Developmental Schizotypy in the General Population. University of Geneva Department of Psychology and Education, Geneva, 19 April 2018 (Invited Presentation). 

Green, Linscott, Laurens, Tzoumakis, Dean, Harris, Carr (2018). Developmental schizotypy in the general population: associations with child protection reports and mental health contacts. Life History Research Society, Paris, France, 30 May – 1 June 2018 (Selected from Abstract).

Green, Kariuki, Dean, Laurens, Tzoumakis, Harris, Carr (2018).C hildhood Developmental Vulnerabilities associated with Early Life Exposure to Infectious and Non-Infectious Diseases and Maternal Mental Illness. Life History Research Society, Paris, France, 30 May – 1 June 2018 (Selected from Abstract).

Carr, Tzoumakis, Kariuki, Laurens, Harris, Green (2018). Mental health outcomes up to age 13 years associated with latent profiles of early developmental vulnerability at age 5 years. Life History Research Society, Paris, France, 30 May – 1 June 2018 (Selected from Abstract).

Green (2018). NSW Child Development Study, Inter-agecncy Workshop on Intergenerational Disadvantage, Sydney, 23 May 2019 (Invited Presentation).

Green, Linscott, Laurens, Tzoumakis, Dean, Harris, Carr (2018). Latent profiles of developmental schizotypy in the general population: Associations with childhood trauma and familial mental illness. Schizophrenia International Research Society (SIRS) 2018, Florence, Italy, 4-8 April 2018 (Selected from Abstract; Poster).

Carr (2018). Vulnerable mother-infant dyads: developmental, educational, social and health outcomes of the children. Australian Early Development Census National Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 14-16 March 2018 (Invited Presentation, Keynote speaker).

Green & Chilvers, Tzoumakis, Kariuki, Butler, Laurens, Harris, Carr (2018). Early Childhood maltreatment and developmental (AEDC) vulnerabilities. Australian Early Development Census National Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 14-16 March 2018 (Selected from Abstract).

Green (presenting author), Tzoumakis S, Kariuki M, Laurens KR, Harris F, Carr VJ (2018). Do latent profiles of early development (AEDC) vulnerability predict mental illness up to age 13 years?  Australian Early Development Census National Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 14-16 March 2018 (Selected from Abstract).

Green (2018). NSW Child Development Study: Achieving better mental health for maltreated children. NSW Department of Family and Community Services (FACS; now DCJ) Research Seminar (Achieving better outcomes for children in the child protection system), Sydney, Australia, 15 March 2018 (Invited Presentation).

Green (2018). NSW Child Development Study: Achieving better mental health for maltreated children: A large, longitudinal data-linkage study. FACSIAR Research Seminar - Achieving better outcomes for children in the child protection system, Sydney, 15 March 2018 (Invited Presentation).

Tzoumakis (2018). Using cross-agency record linkage to examine the relationship between parental offending and offspring outcomes in childhood. NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research (BoCSAR) Research Seminar Series, Sydney, Australia, 1 February 2018 (Invited Presentation).

Green (2018). Data linkage and the NSW Developmental Study. SPHERE ELDoH Project Collaboration Forum, Sydney, Australia, 1 February 2018 (Invited Presentation).

2017

Tzoumakis, Dean, Green, Kariuki, Harris, Carr, & Laurens (2017). Using Big Data to examine the relationship between parental contact with the criminal justice system and the development of early childhood offspring aggression in a population sample. Applied Research in Crime and Justice Conference, Sydney, Australia, 15-16 February 2017 (Selected from Abstract).

Green, (Symposium Chair), Morgan, Dean, & Carr (2017). Data linkage capacities in Australia and Scandinavia: Utility for mental health research. International Federation for Psychiatric Epidemiology Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 17-20 October 2017 (Selected from Abstract).

Green, Linscott, Laurens, Tzoumakis, Dean, Harris, & Carr (2017). Developmental schizotypy in the general population. International Federation for Psychiatric Epidemiology Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 17-20 October 2017 (Selected from Abstract).

Laurens, Tzoumakis, Green, Kaggodaarachchi, Kariuki, Harris, Carr, & Dean (2017). Pervasive influence of parental offending on offspring development in early and middle childhood: A population data linkage study. International Federation for Psychiatric Epidemiology Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 17-20 October 2017 (Selected from Abstract).

Green (2017). The NSW Child Development Study: Cross-agency linkages to improve mental health outcomes for maltreated children. NSW Health Data Linkage Special Interest Group Meeting, Sydney, Australia, 8 November 2017 (Invited Presentation).

Green (2017). Early life determinants of risk for mental illness: Insights from the NSW Child Development Study. UNSW School of Psychiatry Seminar Series, Sydney, Australia, 9 November 2017 (Invited Presentation).

Tzoumakis, Green, Dean, Laurens Kariuki, Hutchinson, Harris, & Carr (2017). Prenatal Smoking, Parental Offending, and Offspring Behavioural and Cognitive Vulnerability in Early Childhood. American Society of Criminology meeting, Philadelphia, United States of America, 15-18 November 2017 (Selected from Abstract).

2016

Green, Dean, Laurens, Carr, Whittle, & Cannon (2016). Using big data to track the development of mental disorders from prenatal periods to adolescence (Symposium). Society for Mental Health Research conference, Sydney, Australia, 7-9 December 2016 (Selected from Abstract).

Green, Tzoumakis, Laurens, Dean, Kariuki, Harris, & Carr (2016). Profiles of developmental function at age 5 years are associated with early life trauma and parental mental illness. Society for Mental Health Research conference, Sydney, Australia, 7-9 December 2016 (Selected from Abstract).

Dean, Green, Laurens, Kariuki, Tzoumakis, Sprague, Lenroot, & Carr (2016). Parental mental ill health and emerging psychopathology in offspring. Society for Mental Health Research conference, Sydney, Australia, 7-9 December 2016 (Selected from Abstract).

Carr, Kariuki, Laurens, Dean, Tzoumakis, Harris, & Green (2016). Influence of childhood infection and maternal infection during pregnancy on early childhood psychosocial development: A record linkage study. Society for Mental Health Research conference, Sydney, Australia, 7-9 December 2016 (Selected from Abstract).

Laurens, Tzoumakis, Green, Dean, Harris, Kariuki & Carr (2016). Profiles of psychotic-like experiences in children aged 11-12 years: Association with emotional, social, and behavioural functioning. Society for Mental Health Research conference, Sydney, Australia, 7-9 December 2016 (Selected from Abstract).

Carr (2016). How effective are mental health programs in schools? School Counsellors and Psychologists Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 10-11 November 2016 (Selected from Abstract).

Tzoumakis, Dean, Green, Zheng, Kariuki, Harris, Carr, & Laurens (2016). The influence of maternal and paternal histories of criminal offending and mental illness on offspring aggression in early childhood. National Centre for Longitudinal Data’s 2016 Longitudinal Data Conference, Canberra, Australia, 25-27 October 2016 (Selected from Abstract).

Green, McIntyre, Tzoumakis, Kariuki, Marks, Laurens, Dean, Chilvers, Harris, Butler, Brinkman, & Carr (2016). Childhood maltreatment and developmental vulnerabilities at school entry: A prospective population record linkage study. National Centre for Longitudinal Data’s 2016 Longitudinal Data Conference, Canberra, Australia, 25-27 October 2016 (Selected from Abstract).

Dean, Tzoumakis, Green, Zheng, Kariuki, Harris, Carr, & Laurens (2016). The impact of parental mental illness across the diagnostic spectrum on emerging psychopathology in offspring. National Centre for Longitudinal Data’s 2016 Longitudinal Data Conference, Canberra, Australia, 25-27 October 2016 (Selected from Abstract).

Tzoumakis, Dean, Green, Zheng, Kariuki, Harris, Carr, & Laurens (2016). Examining the impact of parental offending on offspring aggression in early childhood: A population-based record linkage study. International Society for Research on Aggression Meeting, Sydney, Australia, 19-23 July 2016 (Selected from Abstract).

Green, Laurens, Kariuki, Dean, Tzoumakis, Harris & Carr (2016). Developmental risk profiles of psychotic and affective disorders in offspring at age 5 years. International Society for Bipolar Disorders conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 13-16 July 2016 (Selected from Abstract; Poster).

Tzoumakis, Laurens, Dean, Hamde, Kariuki, Harris, Green, & Carr (2016). The impact of parental offending on early childhood aggression. Life History Research Society Meeting, Amsterdam, NL, 25-28 May 2016  (Selected from Abstract; Poster).

Laurens, Tzoumakis, Dean, Hamde, Kariuki, Green, Harris & Carr (2016). Pervasive influence of paternal and maternal criminal history on early childhood functioning: A population record linkage study. Life History Research Society Meeting, Amsterdam, NL, 25-28 May 2016 (Selected from Abstract; Poster).

Dean, Kariuki, Raudino, Green, Tzoumakis, Sprague, Lenroot, Laurens, & Carr (2016). Parental Psychosis and Early Developmental Vulnerability in Offspring. 5th Biennial Schizophrenia International Research Society Conference, Florence, Italy, 2-6 April 2016 (Selected from Abstract; Poster).

2015

Bore, Laurens, Raudino, Green, Tzoumakis, Harris, & Carr (2015). The emerging personality structure: Gender differences in a self-report measure of the Big Five for Children. Australian Conference on Personality and Individual Differences, Sydney, Australia, 3-5 December 2016 (Selected from Abstract).

Laurens, Hamde, Raudino, Tzoumakis, Kariuki, Carr, Green, Harris, & Dean (2015). Dose-response associations between paternal and maternal criminal history and early childhood functioning at age 5 years. Society for Mental Health Research conference, Brisbane, Australia, 2-4 December 2016 (Selected from Abstract).

Dean, Kariuki, Raudino, Green, Tzoumakis, Sprague, Lenroot, Laurens, & Carr (2015). Parental mental ill health and offspring emotional and behavioural vulnerability in early life. Society for Mental Health Research conference, Brisbane, Australia, 2-4 December 2016 (Selected from Abstract).

Matheson, Kariuki, Green, Dean, Harris, Tzoumakis, Tarren-Sweeney, Brinkman, Chilvers, Sprague, Carr, & Laurens (2015). Maltreatment and social and emotional functioning in early childhood: Population record-linkage study of antecedents of schizophrenia. Society for Mental Health Research conference, Brisbane, Australia, 2-4 December 2016 (Selected from Abstract).

Carr, Scott, Laurens, Dean, Matheson & Lin (2015). Effects of parental characteristics on offspring psychosocial development and potential adult outcomes: Record linkage and birth cohort methodologies examining transgenerational influences. Society for Mental Health Research conference, Brisbane, Australia, 2-4 December 2016  (Selected from Abstract).

Tzoumakis (2015). The NSW Child Development Study (NSW-CDS): Raising awareness about the Middle Childhood Survey. Isolated Children’s Parents’ Association NSW State Conference, Broken Hill, Australia, 4 March 2015  (Selected from Abstract).

Carr (2015). Using the 2009 Australian Early Development Census with Record Linkage to identify risk and protective factors for adolescent mental health outcomes. Australian Early Development Census National Conference, Glenelg, Australia, 18-20 February 2016 (Selected from Abstract).

2014

Carr (2014). Vulnerability and Resilience in Child Development: The NSW Child Development Study. School Counsellors & Psychologists Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 23 May 2014 (Invited Presentation).

Carr (2014). The Longitudinal NSW Child Development Study: Implications for FACS clients and how we support children. NSW Department of Family and Community Services and non-government partners, Sydney, Australia, 21 May 2014 (Invited Presentation).

Laurens (2014). NSW Child Development Study. Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, UK, 11 April 2014 (Invited Presentation).

2012

Laurens (2012). Tracking mental health and well-being pathways from childhood. Oral presentation at SchoolLink (South Eastern Sydney District), Sydney, Australia, 10 August 2012 (Invited Presentation).

Harris, Laurens, Green, & Carr (2012). NSW Child Development Study. International Data Linkage Conference, Perth, Australia, 2-4 May 2014 (Selected from Abstract; Poster).

2011

Moore (2011). The NSW Child Development Study. NSW Department of Family and Community Services Research to Practice Seminar, Sydney, Australia, 14 June 2011 (Invited Presentation).

Moore (2011). The NSW Child Development Study. Oral presentation at the Schizophrenia Research Institute, Cognition & Connectivity and Epidemiology & Population Health Panels Summit, Sydney, Australia, 10 June 2011 (Invited Presentation).

Moore (2011). 5-Up: The NSW Child Development Study. Oral presentation at the Health Data Linkage Special Interest Group, hosted by Population Health Research Network (PHRN), Sydney, Australia, 26 May 2011 (Invited Presentation).

Moore (2011). 5-Up: The NSW Child Development Study. Oral presentation at the NSW Health Epidemiology Special Interest Group (Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol Research and Surveillance Methods), Sydney, Australia, 1 April 2011 (Invited Presentation).