The National Advisory Group
The primary function of the National Advisory Group (NAG) is to provide expert advice on strategies for optimising outcomes of the Palliative Care Education and Training Collaborative.
The National Advisory Group [NAG] will:
- Advise on service, system, workforce and community issues relating to palliative care and the implications of these for the activities of the Collaborative.
- Advise on strategies relating to:
- Promoting the uptake of PEPA by the target groups;
- Promoting the implementation of the PCC4U curriculum and resources by target groups;
- Promoting involvement of key stakeholders;
- Evaluation of PEPA and PCC4U;
- Ensuring sustainability of Collaborative outcomes.
- Advise on the additional education and training opportunities to support the objectives of the Collaborative.
|Palliative Care Education and Training Collaborative||Professor Patsy Yates|
|Palliative Care Australia||Liz Callaghan|
|Palliative Care Nurses Australia||Dr Louise Hickman|
|CareSearch||Prof Jennifer Tieman|
|Australian Allied Health in Palliative Care||Dr Katie Hammill|
|Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine||Dr Louis Christie|
|Australian and New Zealand Society of Palliative Medicine (ANZSPM)||Dr David Holden|
|Australian Council of Pro Vice-Chancellors and Deans of Health Sciences (ACPDHS)||TBA|
|Council of Deans of Nursing and Midwifery (Australian and New Zealand)||Dr Susan Lee|
|Medical Deans Australia and New Zealand||A Prof Natasha Michael|
|Skills IQ||Yasmin King CEO|
|Australian and New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE)||Dr Monica Moran|
|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Reference Group, Palliative Care Education and Training Collaborative||Warren Locke|
|PEPA National Indigenous Project Manager||TBA|
|PCC4U National Project Manager||Kylie Ash|
|PEPA National Project Manager||Sue Cosgrove|