Since January 2015 the Queensland Health Clinical Prioritisation Criteria team has visited primary care and hospital clinical stakeholders across Queensland, including rural and remote areas.
These visits have been about sharing the CPC aims and objectives, but most importantly, listening to clinician’s about what is needed, what will and won’t work, and encouraging clinician involvement in the development, consultation and implementation phases.
Each CPC is being developed by a Clinical Advisory Group. As of 30 April, 2015 over 180 clinicians have been involved in Clinical Advisory Groups. This is an outstanding achievement and demonstrates the commitment of Queensland Health to meaningful clinician engagement and the value of CPC at large.
If you would like to be involved in the development of one or more of the Clinical Prioritisation Speciality areas, either through participation in a Clinical Advisory Group, or for inclusion in broader development, consultation, testing and/or implementation, please register your interest by completing the following short survey.