Paediatric Clinical Practice Guidelines

Primarily aimed at clinicians working in primary care, local, regional, general or tertiary hospitals the CPGs are point of care guidelines, developed to assist clinicians with decisions about appropriate health care for children and young people, and to promote consistency of paediatric clinical practice. They are underpinned by evidence-based clinical practice principles, which take into account patient preference and clinician professional judgement.

Paediatric Improvement Collaborative (PIC)

South Australia has joined the Paediatric Improvement Collaborative (PIC) in partnership with Clinical Excellence Queensland, the New South Wales Agency for Clinical Innovation, Safer Care Victoria, and the Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne to further enhance the quality of Paediatric Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPGs) in Australia.  

Paediatric Clinical Practice Guidelines

For guidelines not listed below, please search for PIC identified guidelines
on the RCH Clinical Practice Guidelines website or RCH Clinical Practice Guidelines App.

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