Become part of consumer advisory group for Sydney University’s Doctor of Medicine program
Deadline: Monday, 24 February 2020
Who: Sydney Medical School, The University of Sydney
Consumer Engagement Advisory Group
Doctor of Medicine (MD) Curriculum Development
We are pleased to announce that the Sydney Medical School (SMS), University of Sydney, is establishing a Consumer Engagement Advisory Group. The purpose of the Consumer Engagement Advisory Group is to advise on consumer issues for the Doctor of Medicine (MD) Program (what is taught to medical students).
Application for membership of the SMS Consumer Engagement Advisory Group is now open to health consumer representatives in NSW.
Information about the committee and criteria for selection: EOI SMS CEAG.
The draft Terms of Reference for the Consumer Engagement Advisory Group: SMS Consumer Engagement Advisory Group ToR.
The Sydney Medical School Consumer Engagement Advisory Group will consist of at least six health consumer representaitives, living in NSW. People will be appointed to the group as an individual and not as a representative of any organisation.
Members of the Consumer Engagement Advisory Group will be reimbursed in line with HCNSW’s recommendations for remuneration and reimbursement of health consumers.
HCNSW Role in this process
Health Consumers NSW has been commissioned by the Sydney School of Medicine to administer the selection process for the committee. Please direct any enquiries about the application to Anthony Brown, Health Consumers NSW, (02) 9986-1082 email@example.com
Sharing of Information
The information submitted to Health Consumers NSW will be shared with relevant staff from the Sydney School of Medicine for the purpose of accessing applications. This information will not be shared with other people or organisations for any other purposes.
Making an Application
If you would like to apply to be a member of this advisory group then please complete the following questions.
Applications will close on Monday 24 February 2020.
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