The health burden for Adolescents and Young Adults (AYAs; 12-25 years) is increasing and there are challenges in care transition for young people, families and health professionals alike, with significant health and systemic consequences . Despite this, there is currently no overarching evidence-based approach to support consistent, best practice AYA care in Queensland. The need to enhance system effectiveness for AYA care has been recognised as a priority by the Queensland Child and Youth Clinical Network. This is supported by the recent Clinical Senate Meeting - AYA Care: Doing Better (2020). This project has achieved several deliverables during 2021-22 and will continue to pursue several avenues to elevate the AYA health agenda during 2022-23.
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