Research & Media

RealWell extends our research and development platform: Creating Pathways To Prevention.

Creating Pathways to Prevention has developed over many years as a research-practice partnership between the research team at Griffith University and our multi-disciplinary partners from government and non-government organisations spanning the education, health and human service sectors. The resources distributed through RealWell have been developed, tested and validated through carefully controlled studies and applied research undertaken in collaboration with our project partners in schools and family support agencies.



Parent Empowerment and Efficacy Measure (PEEM)
Kate Freiberg, Ross Homel, Sara Branch, Australian Social Work, 2014

CREATE-ing capacity to take developmental crime prevention to scale
Ross Homel, Kate Freiberg, Sara Branch, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 2015

Rumbles Quest Psychometrics Summary
Kate Freiberg and Ross Homel, Griffith University, 2016

A Scalable Digital Measure of Social and Emotional Wellbeing for Middle Childhood.
Freiberg, Homel, et al. Applied Developmental Science (2023).

Child well-being before and after the 2020 COVID-19 lockdowns
Allen, Homel, McGee, Freiberg – Australian Journal of Social Issues (2023)



In the Media

International Innovation Research

Keeping children out of prison