The Kids in Action network is being established to increase the profile of participatory research with children, to offer local projects increased credibility in their efforts to fund and resource their projects, to provide a platform for shared learning and development of these methods, and a means for generating resources to share with others to support the use of participatory health research with children. There may also be interest among the Kids in Action members to contribute child input into debate about global issues.
In September 2016 the Kids in Action Initiative was launched, in partnership with the International Collaboration for Participatory Health Research. Health research projects involving children under 14 years as decision makers and co-researchers, are eligible to register in the Kids in Action international network.
- A/Prof Lisa Gibbs, Jack Brockhoff Child Health & Wellbeing Program
- Hannah Morrice, Jack Brockhoff Child Health & Wellbeing Program
- Contact Name
- Lisa Gibbs