We're for equitable healthcare for children around the world.
Taking Paediatrics Abroad connects doctors, nurses & allied health professionals to share expertise in paediatric care to prevent and control diseases, save lives and create a brighter future for children and young people in low-resource settings overseas and in Australia.
Our high-impact telehealth projects
Taking Paediatrics Abroad facilitates telemedicine consultations via Zoom for children in remote Australian Aboriginal communities.
Taking Paediatrics Abroad connects Australian doctors, nurses and allied healthcare professionals via zoom with colleagues in low-resource settings overseas.
Improving child health via zoom
About taking paediatrics abroad
Taking Paediatrics Abroad is a charitable, not-for-profit organisation that facilitates the sharing of paediatric expertise between Australian paediatric sub-specialists and healthcare professionals in rural and remote Australia and developing countries including Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, Cambodia, Bangladesh and Tonga.
Our high-impact telehealth projects include:
- Telemedicine consultations for children in remote locations in NSW.
- Telehealth sessions connecting health professionals in low-resource settings overseas to Australian experts.
- Face-to-face overseas volunteering – Currently on hold due to COVID-19
Join us at tpa
Medical professional volunteers
We welcome expressions of interest from paediatric sub-specialists who would like to contribute their expertise via video consultation and presentation. Interested doctors, and nurses and allied health professionals with education experience, may register here via our volunteer form.
The assessment and selection process is handled by our Advisory Group.
There may be opportunities to contribute across a range of organisational and operational skill sets.
Join us: register your interest
Where we work
Children born into poverty are almost twice as likely to die before the age of five as those from wealthier families.
Help us improve health for children and young people globally.