Closing date: Monday, 15 March 2021
Clinical Excellence Queensland (CEQ) is offering one health consumer representative a unique opportunity to join the Statewide Trauma Clinical Network (STCN) Steering Committee .
The STCN is a leading strategic advisory group for matters relating to trauma service delivery in Queensland. Clinicians provide leadership to the broader advisory groups and trauma services across Queensland to achieve improvements in clinical practice, service access and the trauma patient journey.
Closing date: 9am, Tuesday 23 March 2021
Health Consumers Queensland seeks four emerging consumer or carer representatives of varying skills levels from across the State to join our Consumer Advisory Group to inform our work and ensure we are a consumer-driven and led organisation.
Closing date: 9am, Monday 22 March 2021
The Department of Health is offering one First Nations’ health consumer representative the opportunity to be a member of the First Nations Health Improvement Advisory Committee (Committee). This is a strategic, high level Committee that helps support key health system priorities with the aim to remove barriers so health outcomes and experiences are improved for Queensland’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Ryan’s Rule is a three-step process to support patients of any age, their families and carers, to raise concerns if a patient’s health condition is getting worse or not improving as well as expected. Ryan’s Rule applies to all patients admitted to any Queensland Health public hospital—including the emergency department—and in some Hospital in the Home (HITH) services.
The Department of Health welcomes applications to join the Statewide Ryan’s Rule Committee to make improvements to the statewide Ryan’s Rule Program from a consumer and carer perspective.
Closing date extended: 9am, Monday 22nd March 2021
The Queensland Centre for Mental Health Research (QCMHR) is inviting people with lived experience of the Queensland Health’s Mental Health Community Support Services (MHCSS) programs within the last 12-24 months to join a Steering Committee to support an evaluation project.
Queensland Health’s Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drugs Branch has commissioned QCMHR to evaluate the four Mental Health Community Support Services (MHCSS) programs delivered by non-government organisations, in order to inform their future design, delivery and sustainability.
Closing date for applications: 5pm, Friday 12 March 2021
Project: Amplifying Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voices
Health Consumers Queensland would like to invite Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander health consumer representatives from across Queensland to join a project that amplifies your voices.
By being involved you will get to provide direct feedback about COVID-19 vaccinations roll out in community and the information/communication about this. You will also have a say on broader policy design to inform the development of a best practice model for engaging First Nations health consumers on a state-wide level. There are a range of ways in which you can participate, and you can apply for as many or few as suits you.
Closing date for applications: 9am, Friday 26 February 2021
As digital healthcare is set to transform the way health care is delivered and experienced in rural and remote locations across Queensland, this is your opportunity to provide advice on the strategy and speak up for your communities about what matters most.
Closing date for applications extended: 9am Monday 15 March 2021
Are you a consumer and carer with experience of moving between Queensland and other states and territories within Australia, or vice versa, whilst receiving civil involuntary mental health treatment?
The National Mutual Recognition Project
Queensland’s Health Mental Health Alcohol and Other Drugs Branch, is hosting the National Mutual Recognition Project on behalf of the Commonwealth Mental Health Principal Committee. The project team is developing a national legislative scheme for the mutual recognition of civil involuntary mental health orders across Australian states and territories. In effect, this will mean that a civil mental health order made in Queensland will be automatically recognised in another state or territory, and vice versa.
Civil Mental Health Orders are orders that allow a person to be given treatment and care for their mental illness without their consent. In Queensland these orders are called treatment authorities but in other states and territories they have difference names such as treatment orders or care orders.
Purpose of the Consultation
The project team is seeking feedback from consumer and carers during an online consultation session lasting up to two hours on the proposed national scheme to inform how it will be set up and run. They will be holding similar consultations with consumers and carers in all states and territories within Australia.