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This online engagement was hosted on YourSAy from 3 February to 19 February 2021. Below is a record of the engagement.

 

The Commission on Excellence and Innovation in Health (CEIH) is establishing its newest Statewide Clinical Genomics Network and needs your help.

What’s being decided?

Clinical Genomics is changing the way we prevent, diagnose, treat and monitor illness, giving us the opportunity to develop more precise and tailored healthcare.

The new Statewide Clinical Genomics Network will focus on:

  • making genomics accessible in all areas of healthcare and
  • translating evidence into practice in South Australia.

We want to bring together a diverse group of people and skills to participate on the Statewide Clinical Genomics Network Steering Committee, including: 

  • Consumers, carers and support groups
  • Public and private clinicians including (but not limited to) clinical geneticists, genetic counsellors and other allied health professionals, medical specialists, general practitioners, nurses.
  • Researchers
  • Clinical educators
  • People with expertise in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health
  • People with expertise using Information Technology in genomics
  • People with expertise in data and analytics

Find out more about the role of the Steering Committee and what you need to know before applying to join it.

The Terms of Reference provide further detail about how the Steering Committee will work, once established.

Get involved

If you would like to apply to be part of the Steering Committee:

To provide feedback about the Statewide Clinical Genomics Network, join the online discussion.

What are the next steps?

We will consider all applications received and the CEIH Commissioner will appoint the Steering Committee Members. 

We will notify the outcome to all applicants by early March 2021.

Unsuccessful applicants may have future opportunities to participate on sub-committees or working groups.

Contact details

For more information,email us at CEIH.ClinicalGenomics@sa.gov.au or call us on 8226 6209.

Closing date: 5pm, Friday 19 February 2021

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