The deadline for these vacancies has been extended until Friday October 6 2017.


ACT Health Divisional Women Youth and Children Quality and Safety Committee

This high-level committee aims to achieve a culture of quality and safety within the Division of Women, Youth and Children. This committee responds to recommendations arising from Clinical Review Committees and Mortality and Morbidity Committees, high-level clinical incidents and risk assessments, complaints, compliments and other consumer feedback mechanisms and clinical audit activities. This committee also builds capacity across the Division to ensure services meet and exceed quality and safety standards.

This committee meets on the first Monday of every month from 3:00pm to 4:30pm at the Canberra Hospital.

The successful nominee will have the ability to contribute at a strategic level, and an interest and some background knowledge of Women, Youth and Children’s health services.



Geriatric Rapid Acute Care Evaluation (GRACE) Service - Project Board

A baseline needs assessment compiled in 2016 by the Capital Health Network (CHN) identified the prevention of avoidable hospital attendance and hospitalisation of residents in Residential Aged Care Facilities (RACFs) to be a high priority issue in the ACT.  To address this issue the CHN approached Calvary Public Hospital Bruce (CPHB) to conduct a trial of an Outreach Service to better support the management of acutely unwell RACF residents within the community.

The Outreach Service to be trialled is based on the GRACE service pioneered at Hornsby Hospital NSW, as well as the Residential Aged Care In-Reach (RIR) Service model functional in many Victorian Hospitals.  Under these models, dedicated hospital staff collaborate with patients, their family and carers, GPs, the RACF, and hospital staff to improve the care journey of RACF residents in acute services.  A model of care has been developed and is currently being reviewed.

This is a high level position. HCCA is looking for an experienced consumer representative to join the Project Board. The Project Board (PB) is accountable to CHN and Calvary for the success of the project and has the authority to direct the project within the remit set by the project sponsor. The PB is also responsible for the communications between the project management team and stakeholders external to that team.

Meetings are held monthly and last for an hour and are held at Calvary Hospital, Bruce.


Conference Sponsorship Positions

None at present





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