We are keen to be active in engaging individuals in the results and processes of our work. One very important means of disseminating our scientific findings is by publishing in peer-reviewed journals. Through these journal papers we describe methods of designing, resourcing, populating and appraising models of primary health care for children, and their impacts.
Schröder-Bäck, et al. (2019) A Heuristic Governance Framework for the Implementation of Child Primary Health Care Interventions in Different Contexts in the European Union
Brenner et al. Management and integration of care for children living with complex care needs at the acute–community interface in Europe
Liyanage et al. Profiling Databases to Facilitate Comparison of Child Health Systems Across Europe Using Standardised Quality Markers
Liyanage et al. Availability of Computerised Medical Record System Data to Compare Models of Child Health Care in Primary Care Across Europe