The Youth Health Forum is a network of over a hundred young leaders from across Australia who work together to determine and champion youth perspectives on the current health system.
We are a diverse group of young people and not health policy experts, but experience matters. Youth Health Forum members are aged 18 — 30 and use the health and social care system or represent people who do. Our views highlight key areas that will help shape the health of Australians in the future.
Life Transitions and Youth Pathways to Health Services
The Youth Health Forum has produced a Report on Youth Transitions in Health Services.
It contains recommendations and supporting information about the challenges young people face in the healthcare system.
A series of short videos are being produced to explain the Report. The first is available now.
View YHF Life Transitions and Youth Pathways Report Overview (opens on YouTube)
Youth Health Forum 2021 National Summit
The Australian young health consumer's national summit
Australia’s peak youth health consumer body ran a virtual one-day national summit on Wed 15 Sept 2021. #YHFSummit
The YHF National Summit brought together thought leaders and policy-makers together with passionate young people to discuss the health issues that affect people under 30.
- Read the post-summit "Call to Action" and accompanying media release: Youth health leaders call for action on the “missing middle”
- Croakey News Media Conference Service Summary Report
A webinar series to provide information for young people in their work as health consumer advocates or when working with government, health services or community groups.
Brought to you by CHF's Youth Health Forum and Orygen - Revolution in Mind
Join the Youth Health Forum
If you are interested in working with the Youth Health Forum, please fill out this form with some short responses. Once that is done, we will contact you with more information.
If you have any questions, contact Luke Catania, on email l.catania@CHF.org.au
Newsletters and more
Youth Health Update - newsletters for the Youth Health Forum
More about the Youth Health Forum