KidsHealth is a source of accurate and reliable child health information for New Zealand parents, caregivers, family and whānau.
The NZ Child & Youth Clinical Network consists of groups of child- and youth-trained health professionals and consumers who work collaboratively to improve health outcomes for tamariki and rangatahi.
Our Annual Reports provide an overview of the work that the NZCYCN has completed, the key issues in each area of work, and future plans.
A Special Interest Group (SIG) provides an informal mechanism for people with a common interest in child health improvement to come together, discuss ideas and promote quality improvement.
The Education & Innovation Funds aim to improve the health and wellbeing of tamariki, rangatahi and pakeke in Aotearoa by supporting professionals to engage in child health-focused educational and innovation activities.
The New Zealand Child and Youth Epidemiology Service (NZCYES) is a multi-disciplinary research team supported by the PSNZ and the University of Otago.
The New Zealand Paediatric Surveillance Unit (NZPSU) was established to facilitate and improve the knowledge of rare childhood conditions in Aotearoa.