Strengthening Care for Children Project

Resources for participating general practices

The Strengthening Care for Children (SC4C) project is a randomised controlled trial in which all participating general practices will receive the SC4C integrated model of care for 12 months. Every month, beginning in June 2021, one general practice will switch from standard GP care to the SC4C model of care. More information is available on our website.

The below resources are available for general practices participating in the project to download.

Primary documents

Project bulletins

Feedback

The SC4C project team is committed to ensuring your experience is beneficial for you and improves outcomes for your patients.

We appreciate any feedback on how the SC4C model is working in your practice. Use the feedback form below to tell us what is working well, suggested improvements, outline any concerns or ask questions.

 Submit your anonymous feedback online using the SC4C feedback form.

Collateral for practices (generic versions images only)

Please email us for printed personalised flyers and posters for your general practice.

General practices can promote their involvement in SC4C. Please use the following approved statement on all social media, websites, newsletters or other published communications about SC4C. 

This <Name of practice/Our practice> is involved in a study with The Royal Children’s Hospital to strengthen care for children in north western Melbourne. For more information about ‘Strengthening Care for Children’ visit: https://nwmphn.org.au/sc4c

SC4C referral pop-up

Continuing Professional Development

Please email us for printed personalised case-discussion posters for your general practice.

Contacts

For more information or questions about any resources please contact the Strengthening Care for Children team:

Stephanie Germano
Project Officer, North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network
E: stephanie.germano@nwmphn.org.au

Jane Le
Project Manager, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute
E: jane.le@mcri.edu.au

Project partners