For the last quarter of a century the Centre for Community Child Health has been working with families, communities and government to improve outcomes of all children by focusing on how to provide great care everywhere. This has included clinical services through to place-based service innovation across health and education. Join us as we reflect on our successes and showcase our present innovative approaches to changing systems and practice at a community level – all designed to address inequities that can improve the health and developmental outcomes of Australian children.
Professor Sharon Goldfeld, Director, Centre for Community Child health
Sue West, Associate Director and Group Leader Policy and Equity, Centre for Community Child Health
Rachel Robinson, Project Manager Centre for Community Child Health
Associate Professor Gehan Roberts, Associate Director Clinical and Training, Centre for Community Child Health
Professor Harriet Hiscock, Associate Director and Group Leader Health Services Research, Centre for Community Child Health