With the resignation of the current Chair/Upper South Island senior clinician representative on the Southern Cancer Network (SCN), we wish to fill this vacancy.
The SCN is one of four regional cancer networks, funded by the Ministry of Health to improve cancer care in the South Island. Our work is directed by priorities and plans set by the Ministry and South Island district health boards (DHBs), with an annual work plan that forms part of the Te Waipounamu Regional Health Services Plan. The focus is to work collaboratively to reduce the incidence of cancer and to reduce inequities of access, care and outcomes for cancer patients.
The role of chair involves leading the Steering Group in its oversight and governance of the work plan for SCN. Responsibilities include chairing quarterly Steering Group meetings and working in partnership with the clinical and management leadership of the network and the wider South Island Alliance.
If you are an experienced senior clinician currently involved in surgical or non-surgical cancer care in the upper South Island, we'd love to hear from you.
Closing date: 30 April 2018
Click here to find out more and for details on how to apply.
For more information about the Southern Cancer Network, click here.
Having a consumer voice is an invaluable part of health care planning and we are looking for a new consumer member to join our Palliative Care Workstream. The role of the consumer member is to assist the group to understand the perspectives of consumers, carers and the public, and provide a consumer viewpoint in all group activities.
This is an opportunity to help shape the development and delivery of palliative care services across the South Island.
The group meets monthly via teleconference and quarterly, face to face in Christchurch. Consumer members will receive remuneration for their role.
Closing date: 16 May 2018
For more information about the role, contact:
Child Health Service Level Alliance Facilitator Jane Haughey
Phone: 03 378 6914 or 027 512 6122