Research strategy and reports

Children’s Health Queensland’s research strategy is driven by our vision to lead life-changing care for children and young people. Our strategic priorities are informed by the clinical needs of young Queenslanders and their families. We seek to improve health service delivery and enable the best possible evidence-based care.

Our strategic activities are evolving as our research programs mature in line with the growth and achievements of our national and international renowned researchers.

Our research aim

To inform the development of a statewide, integrated and sustainable children’s healthcare system that is responsive to contemporary needs and driven by research, evidence and innovation.

Our research vision

To positively change the trajectory of the life of every child throughout Queensland.

Our research mission

In partnership, deliver statewide paediatric translational research that drives evidence-based care, service improvement and innovation for children, young people and their families.

Research strategy

Children’s Health Queensland’s Research Strategy 2018-2025 describes how we collaborate with strategic partners across government, health, social services, education, research, private and non-government organisations to develop, share knowledge and translate knowledge into practice.

Download Research Strategy 2018-2025

Research annual report

Children’s Health Queensland’s Research Annual Report 2020 outlines the impact of our research activities against our research strategy, from the prevention and early detection of serious childhood illnesses, to improving the way we care for sick and injured children in Australia and around the world, and building sustainable person-centred healthcare systems.

Download Research Annual Report 2020
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