The QCYCN develops and endorses a range of resources for clinicians. These resources aim to translate research and clinical consensus into practice at a statewide level.

Position Statements

AYA Innovation Hub

The Queensland Child and Youth Clinical Network’s Adolescent and Young Adult subnetwork has launched the Adolescent and Youth Adult (AYA) Innovation Hub This is an online space connecting professionals working in AYA health and mental health across the state to foster collaboration, share resources and information and foster innovation.

The Hub provides links to education and training opportunities and is open to consumers also.

These resources support the delivery of consistent, evidence-based care within child and family health services and specialist child development services. The Child Development and Child Health Subnetworks created or provided clinical input for these resources.

Position statements

Child Health Service delivery resources

Child Development Statewide models

Child Development Service delivery resources

Additional resources

These resources support the delivery of consistent, evidence-based care to children and young people who may be at risk of or are above a healthy weight, and their families.

Service delivery resources

Forums and events

2021 Queensland Child and Youth Clinical Network Forum

Registrations are now open for the Queensland Child and Youth Clinical Network 2021 Forum: The Three C’s: Connection, Collaboration and Creativity to support the health and wellbeing of Queensland’s infants, children and young people

When: Friday 28 May

Where: Level 7 Auditorium, Queensland Children’s Hospital (virtual option available)

Time: 9am registration, 9:30am start

For those unable to make it to Brisbane, this will be a hybrid event with virtual attendance available for all forum sessions. Please choose that ticket type when registering.

The exciting program will focus on partnering and collaborating with consumers and young people to take action; using the digital environment creatively and connecting for better care and supporting the health and wellbeing of infants, children and young people.

The Provisional program is now available. Registration is required for all participants, including virtual attendees.

We are calling for interest in presenting posters at the forum to get a better understanding of the work happening in child and youth health across the state. Posters can be new or from other conferences or forums within the last 2 years. Please indicate your interest on the registration form.

Travel /accommodation assistance is available to Queensland Health staff only, in accordance with the QH travel policy. Limitations apply to each HHS – please submit your registration form and await advice from the QCYCN, prior to booking travel. Cost for approved travelers only will be paid. Priority will be given to QCYCN members who have been actively involved over the last 12 months.

For further information, please contact the Queensland Child and Youth Clinical Network on 3069 7117, email: