Welcome to the website for the Australian Paediatric Research Network (APRN).
The APRN is a network of Australian paediatricians who are keen to contribute to new research that is relevant to both public and private practice.
The network is the first of its kind in Australia. It builds research capacity by involving more clinicians in research activities and enhancing recruitment for community based research projects.
Take a look at the APRN's publications! These report data collected by our paediatrician-members in the years since the APRN's launch in 2007.
Thinking about your clinical practice, what are the most important research questions which need addressing?
The APRN invited all members to help generate the top research priorities of today. We have received almost 200 questions from our members. We are now in the process of sorting these questions to find the top 20 questions.
Click 'Read more' to find out more information about our 2014-2015 Delphi study
- APRN Newsletter Issue 12, March 2015
Welcome to 2015 from the APRN team! Here is an update on planned APRN projects and activities for the year aheadTue, Mar 31 2015
- CareTrack Kids
CareTrack Kids are looking for paediatricians to review national and international clinical guidelines for 20 paediatric conditions. To have your say in shaping nationally agreed upon clinical indicators, click here for more informationTue, Mar 31 2015
- Happy New Year from the APRN team!
Our next APRN newsletter will be in February 2015. Stay tuned!Mon, Jan 5 2015