CFRE has completed projects with over 82 agencies in all states and territories since its inception in 2006, including in remote and regional settings. The knowledge, skills and experience of the CFRE team cover a diversity of services and sectors, including domestic and family violence, respectful relationship education, alcohol and other drugs, gambling, child development, parenting and families, mental health and psychology. The team has worked on projects specifically developed for LGBTIQ+, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and culturally and linguistically diverse populations. Our collaborative and open-minded approach means that we are continuously developing our knowledge areas.
CFRE researchers and consultants have extensive and diverse experience in collecting and analysing data and making recommendations based on findings. We have expertise in qualitative methodologies, such as case study and storytelling approaches, as well as methods such as exploratory interviews, focus groups and thematic analysis. In addition, we have expertise in quantitative methods including experimental and quasi-experimental approaches, as well as specific knowledge and experience with a wide range of standardised measurement instruments that align with public health outcomes.
Navigate to each of our specialist areas to read more about the knowledge we are continuing to develop in these areas: