CHA supports member services to work together, to share learning and to partner with children and families to deliver safe, high quality & equitable healthcare to all children & young people.

Our Approach

CHA works with its member services to identify priority areas and provides opportunities to work together, to share learning, expertise and to collaborate on topics of interest. Opportunities available to members include the ability to:

  • Participate in Learning Health Networks on priority topics
  • Access collaboratively developed resources
  • Learn and connect with national & international experts
  • Share alerts on healthcare risks & how to mitigate them
  • Showcase innovative approaches
  • Share data and connect with peers

CHA is committed to ensuring that healthcare is delivered in partnership with children, young people, and their families. We advocate for a healthy and sustainable future for children and families and are focused on supporting the delivery of sustainable healthcare.

Strengthening the safety and quality of children's healthcare

CHA supports member services to share learning and resources that facilitate the delivery of safe, high quality and equitable healthcare for all children, young people and their families.

National Paediatric Medicine Forum

To improve equity of access and provide guidance and consistency in the high-quality use of new, high-cost medicines in paediatric patients across Australia.

Partnering with children, young people and families

CHA is committed to championing effective strategies for partnering with children, young people, and their families.

Learning networks

CHA Learning networks drive the spread of evidence and innovation by allowing health professionals to share learning and use data to drive improvements in outcomes for children and families.

Grand Rounds

CHA Grand Rounds provides the opportunity to access presentations by leading experts in their field on topics of interest across Australia and New Zealand.
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