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 years since the APRN's launch in 2007.
The APRN is delighted to announce the launch of our Measures Library!
The resource can be found here: http://apps.mcri.edu.au/measureslib
The APRN Measure Library is a free resource of around 100 commonly used measures (e.g. for surveys) in child and parent research that aims to help paediatricians, other clinicians, researchers and students find the right measure/s for their research or clinical practice. Each measure includes a description, web links, references, costs and licensing, syntax (where available) etc.
- Our CAPS medication paper was accepted in JPCH!
This paper reports prescribing data from the Children Attending Paediatricians Study (CAPS) 2008 and 2013.Thu, Apr 27 2017
- Our Delphi 2014-2015 Letter to the Editor Published!
Journal of Paediatrics and Child HealthThu, Apr 6 2017
- Australian Council on Children and Media turns 60!
Conference held in Melbourne, Australian on Friday 5th May 2017Wed, Feb 1 2017