Our Partners and Collaborators

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Has brought together four of the world’s leading Universities to form “The Lancet Youth” a Lancet Commission on the Health and Wellbeing of Young People: The University of Melbourne, Columbia University, University College London and The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

Lead Academic Institutions

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Professors George Patton (Commission Chair) and Susan Sawyer

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Professor John Santelli

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Professor David Ross

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Professor Russell Viner

 

Academic Partner Institutions

Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation We have developed a partnership with the University of Washington’s Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) to support the development of better health metrics for adolescents.
International Center for Research on Women We thank the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) who have conducted a global survey of youth advocates around their perception of major youth health needs in their countries.
Public Health Foundation of India The Public Health Foundation of India is undertaking a review of the health effects of the new social networking and digital media environment on young people. This includes consideration of potential harms and opportunities for health gain.
AUB3 With economic development, families are changing rapidly. In this changing environment, the American University of Beirut is considering the scope for adolescent health promotion within families.

 

Funders

We would like to thank our funders who have provided financial support, making this Commission possible.

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation The University of Melbourne
Australia India Institute Murdoch Childrens Research Institute

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