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Child Health in the 21st Century by Mind Map: Child Health in the 21st Century
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Child Health in the 21st Century

Goal 1: Promoting the Best Healthcare for Infants, Children and Youth

1. Establish Child Health Commissioner for Canada

2. Advocate to Policy Makers for Children's Healthcare Needs

3. Support Efforts to Improve Health Human Resource Data

4. Develop an Inventory of Best and Promising Practice Interdisciplinary, Family-Centred Models

5. Develop a Handbook for Paediatricians or Family Physicians on Navigating the Provincial Health Systems.

6. Implement Flexible Education Curricula for Paediatric and Family Medicine on Current Health Priorities for Children

7. Examine Impact of Physician Funding Models and Innovative Secondary Paediatric Care

Goal 2: Improve the Health of Vulnerable Populations

8. Develop Paediatric Education Modules that involve Infants, Children, Youth and Families, and Focus on Vulnerable Populations

9. Develop a High Level Report Highlighting the Disparities in Child Healthcare in Canada

10. Validate Existing Health Indicators That Will Improve the Delivery of Services to Vulnerable Populations

11. Incorporate New and Emerging Issues into Paediatric Education Related to Vulnerable Populations

Goal 3: Improve Access to Mental Healthcare

12. Support the work of the Infant, Child and Youth Mental Health Consoritum

13. Improve the Infant, Child and Youth Mental Health Content in Paediatric Residency Education

Goal 4: Improve Interdisciplinary Cooperation & Collaboration

14. Publish a Interdisciplinary Care Themed Issue in Paediatrics and Child Health

15. Advocate for the Development of Interactive Inter-Professional Workshops and Seminars in Infant, Child and Youth Care

16. Host an Annual Session that Address Interdisciplinary Best Practices

17. Request a Paediatric Representative on the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons and College of Family Physicians of Canada Joint Committee

18. Develop a Model of Interdisciplinary Infant, Youth and Child Care to Incorporate into Education Curricula

19. CIHR and the CCYHC to develop an RFP to Evaluate Interdisciplinary Care Models