Calls for Expressions of Interest
NOTE: All Expressions of Interest applications must include a brief curriculum vitae of less than three pages and a cover letter.
RANZCO Seeking Nominations from NZ Fellows: Clinical Standards Committee
RANZCO seeks nominations for an additional NZ Committee member to join the Clinical Standards Committee. NZ Fellows are encouraged to put in an EOI, including a short CV. The Committee member would be available to attend an annual face-to-face meeting at the RANZCO Congress. In addition, attendance at a teleconference through the year as required, contributions to regular email discussion regarding clinical standards and specifically, issues related to NZ clinical practice standards.
Expressions of interest should include a recent curriculum vitae (no more than two pages) detailing relevant experience.
If you are interested in the role, please contact Margaret Lum, Manager Policy and Projects, via email.
Closing date: 3 July 2020
RANZCO Scientific Program Committee Seeking Members for Review Panel with Expertise in Epidemiology/Public Health
Do you have expertise in epidemiology/public health? The RANZCO Scientific Program Committee Review Panel wants to hear from you!
The RANZCO’s Scientific Program Committee is responsible for the review of all submitted courses, symposia, papers, posters, audits and films for the Annual Scientific Congress. The committee is made up of an executive and a review panel. Members of the review panel are primarily involved in reviewing and scoring submitted abstracts in their area of expertise. The committee is currently seeking review panel members with expertise in epidemiology/public health. The role is for three years with a maximum of nine years of service.
Please send your expressions of interest to email@example.com with a one-page CV.
Closing date: 13 July 2020
Seeking NSW Fellows interested in memberships of the Medicolegal Advisory Group of NSW
Under the Chairmanship of Dr Michael Delaney, the Medicolegal Advisory Group of NSW consists of Fellows who make themselves available for expert opinions in cases of medical litigation, workers compensation and motor vehicle accident impairment assessment. The Chairmanship will transition to Clinical Prof Frank Martin at the NSW Branch AGM this year. Dr Michael Delaney will provide ongoing support as well as continue his routine medicolegal work and clinical practice.
For worker’s compensation and motor vehicle impairment assessments, some basic familiarisation of processes will need to take place, including obtaining knowledge of the American Medical Association’s Guides to Impairment assessment Edition IV. Following that an application to the State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA) is required for accreditation as an Authorised Health Practitioner.
Further information can be obtained by contacting Dr Michael Delaney. If you have the appropriate expertise and are interested to apply, please contact RANZCO via email.
Closing date: 7 September 2020
Last updated: July 1, 2020