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    Sydney Child Health Program
    A graduate-entry, online, comprehensive continuing professional development
    education program for doctors, nurses and allied health professionals that aims to
    enhance knowledge, skills and confidence in treating children and adolescents.

    It offers an excellent overview of evidence based current best practice
    in paediatrics covering more than 30 sub-specialties from
    neonates to adolescents as a part-time program of study presented by
    more than 90 renowned clinicians of the Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network
    and the University of Sydney.
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COVID-19 Update: 

While the COVID-19 situation is constantly evolving, please note the SCHP will be operating with ‘business as usual'. Please reach out to us via email (service@magga.org.au) and our friendly team will assist you promptly.

Enrolments for 2021 

We are now accepting enrolments for 2021. You are welcome to register for a free 30-day trial access.


A letter of welcome from Dr Annemarie Christie, Director of SCHP

Program Outline

A 1 - 2 year part-time program providing a comprehensive overview of evidence based current best practice in paediatrics.


Read what our Participants say about our Program.

Vision & History

Read more about our vision for SCHP

Latest news

  • 06 September

    Introduction to Practical Paediatrics: Simulation Workshop

    The Simulation workshop was attended by current as well a few alumni of the Sydney Child Health Program. The simulation scenarios ... read more →

  • 26 August

    Accreditation with the Australian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM)

    We are pleased to announce that the Sydney Child Health Program has now been accredited for the 2020 ACEM CPD year commencing 1 July 2019.  read more →

  • 19 July

    SCHP Community visits held across Sydney

    As part of the service that the Sydney Child Health Program (SCHP) provides for participants residing locally in Sydney,... read more →



SCHP Brochure Jul-Sep'18