Strengthening outcomes for children from priority populations

Strengthening outcomes for children from priority populations

Professor Karen Zwi and Professor Raghu Lingam

Over $2 million in funding has been awarded by Luminesce Alliance to support the Providing Enhanced Access to Child Health Services Evaluation (PEACH-E) project.

As an initiative of our Network, PEACH aims to address equity to health services for children and young people from priority populations through early identification and supported and enhanced care.

Led by Conjoint Professor Karen Zwi, paediatrician, head of Community Child Health and Clinical Program Director for Priority Populations at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick (SCH) and Professor with the School of Women's & Children's Health at UNSW, Professor Raghu Lingam, Consultant Community Paediatrician at our Network and Professor in Paediatric Population Health at UNSW, PEACH-E will assess... read more.

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