The purpose of the Sydney Health Partners Child and Adolescent Health CAG is to bring together clinicians, researchers and consumers from across SHP to catalyse a research program that will take a patient-centric and collaborative approach to addressing child health inequities by overcoming known research development and implementation barriers.

Objectives & Upcoming Projects

  • Synthesise information on models of care across SHP partner organisations.
  • Develop an evaluation framework for virtual care services.
  • Conduct a health economics analysis of virtual care services from the perspective of the clinician, consumer and the health service.
  • Share learnings among virtual care services and across SHP partner organisations.

Leadership Team

Chairs: Professor Russell Dale & Clinical Professor Sue Woolfenden

  • Clin/Prof Sameer Bhole
  • A/Prof Phillip Britton
  • Prof Elizabeth Elliott
  • A/Prof Jennifer Fraser
  • Dr Joanne Ging
  • A/Prof Hasantha Gunasekera
  • Dr Natasha Nassar
  • Dr Sarah Reedman
  • Ms Victoria Sinka
  • Prof Rachel Skinner

Disciplines represented in leadership team
Paediatrics, Neuroscience, Nursing and Midwifery, Allied Health, Aboriginal Health, Oral Health, Public Health, Health Economics, Data Science, Implementation Research

SHP Organisations
Sydney Children's Hospitals Network, Sydney Local Health District, The University of Sydney

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