Melbourne Children’s shares a culture of collaboration and innovation, underpinned by the knowledge that it is through science we discover new ways of keeping children well, and heal those who are not. Through direct bedside care we translate this knowledge into better health outcomes and healthier lives. And through education and training we embed our knowledge, and the importance of discovery, into the next generation of paediatric specialists.
We are proud to present some of the projects currently underway at Melbourne Children’s.
Melbourne Children’s Trial Centre
Australia’s only dedicated trials space for children funded by philanthropy.Go to Melbourne Children’s Trial Centre
Melbourne Children’s Global Health
Melbourne Children’s Global Health aims to reduce inequity and improve child and adolescent health in disadvantaged populations globally. We will achieve this through partnerships in research, public health, education and advocacy.Go to Melbourne Children’s Global Health
LifeCourse – A Melbourne Children’s Research Initiative
LifeCourse aims to maximise the value of population and clinical longitudinal research by bringing together resources and data to address new research questions on communicable and non-communicable diseases, cognitive and language development, mental and behavioural disorders and resilience and wellbeing that cannot be addressed within individual studies alone.Go to LifeCourse
The Australian Temperament Project
The ATP is a three generation longitudinal study of social and emotional development that has followed over 2000 Young Australians and their families from infancy to adulthood over 15 waves since 1983 (Generation 1 and 2), and over 1000 cohort offspring (Generation 3) since 2012.Go to The Australian Temperament Project
Centre for Health Analytics
Unleashing the power of data to improve health
The Melbourne Children’s Campus is set to become an internationally leading paediatric campus in the use of data to improve all aspects of patient care, operations, education and research with the establishment of the Centre for Health Analytics.
In August 2020, a generous five-year grant from The Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation was approved to create the Centre for Health Analytics at The Melbourne Children’s Campus. The Centre for Health Analytics will support, deliver and enable health informatics across the Melbourne Children’s Campus.Go to Centre for Health Analytics