Partnering with Children, Young People & Families

The involvement of children and families in planning and evaluating health services has benefits to both health services and the users of those services.

A person-centred care approach consider children, young people and their families as true partners in their care, and places individual social, emotional, cultural, mental and physical care needs at the heart of their healthcare journey.

CHA has been facilitating the sharing of innovation highlighting strategies and approaches where partnership with consumers is transforming healthcare.

Learn more about our projects:

Patient Reported Experience Measures

CHA has been leading a collaboration to develop a national paediatric PREMs tool to allow health services to understand how care is experienced by children and young people.

Rights of the Child in Healthcare

The Charter and associated resources provide a guide to understanding and respecting the rights of children and young people receiving healthcare.

Partnering with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island People

To improve outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people it is important that health services develop effective relationships and work together to provide culturally safe healthcare.

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