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 few short years since the APRN's launch in 2007.
The APRN is pleased to announce the 2014 Delphi study!
The APRN is replicating the first National Delphi study conducted in 2007, and will be inviting all APRN members to take part.
We hope all members participate in helping the APRN generate the top research priorities of today. We are interested in comparing the current priorities to previous priorities. In addition, the current study will be used for our future research proposals.
The Delphi will be a two stage process, and has commenced in July 2014. We are still accepting research questions and would love to hear from all APRN members! Please click here to tell us your research priorities.
Click 'Read more' to find out more information about our 2014 Delphi study
- APRN Newsletter Issue 11, August, 2014
The APRN is excited to post the August Newsletter Update for 2014. Much has happened over the past 3 months with new research projects, publications, and more.Thu, Sep 11 2014
- Our article on Chronic Fatigue has been accepted for publication!Thu, May 29 2014
- APRN Newsletter Issue 10, May, 2014
The APRN is excited to post the first Newsletter Update for 2014. Much has happened over the past 8 months with new research projects, publications, grants and more.Mon, May 12 2014