Learning Health Networks

Learning networks bring together clinicians, researchers, patients and families to support improvements in care and outcomes among health services across a range of conditions.

CHA is guided by the Learning Network Model developed by the James M Anderson Centre for Health Systems Excellence at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.

” The network model aims to accelerate the spread of innovation and improvement by bringing people together across multiple sites to achieve a common goal for a target group of children, sharing data that drives improvement and research. It’s an all teach, all learn model.”

Learn about our projects:

Eating Disorders Learning Network

This network of CHA member services is committed to working together to ensure children and young people with an eating disorder who require hospital care achieve a sustained recovery of their health and wellbeing as soon as possible.

Child Development Services Learning Network

Interested Child Development Services in Australasia have formed this network to work together to identify what is working well in delivering services for children requiring a developmental assessment.

To find out more about our Learning Networks

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