Contributed by innovators and improvement enthusiasts across the healthcare sector, CHILD is open to anyone (e.g. local and international healthcare institutions, industry players, academia and the public) keen to share, learn and collaborate.
If you like to play a part in co-creating CHILD, we invite you to submit a contribution of your work here:
Need help with your submission? Check out the tips below
Do write clearly and concisely. Use words or terms that are easily understandable by all professions.
There is no word limit. However, we encourage short and simple write-ups (ideally not more than 1,500 words) for ease of reading and understanding.
In the spirit of co-learning and knowledge sharing, we encourage you to share insights and tips on both your successes and challenges to help others who may be interested to embark on a similar project under Lessons Learnt.
Select the appropriate project category will allow your project to be classified and featured in the relevant categories on CHILD, including: Applied/ Translational Research, Care Continuum, Care & Process Redesign, Organisational Leadership, Training & Education, Technology and Workforce Transformation.
Enter the appropriate keywords relevant to your project will make it more searchable and visible to other CHILD users.
Tips on choosing keywords:
Think like a reader when creating your keywords; Think about terms you would use to search about the topic of your project
Try to focus on the ‘theme’ of your write-up and sum it up in 1 to 3 words. Keywords should be closely related to the topic and suggests what the topic is about
Keywords should indicate the specificity of the project and should not be too broad
Don’t have to include prepositions or articles such as “of”, “a” and “the”.
You may want to proofread your submission with someone who has no knowledge about your project. This can help ensure that your write-up is easily understandable by other professions.