Appointment to the Chinese Medicine Reference Group
Job no: 495164
Work type: Statutory Appointments
Location: Any - Any location
Categories: Board Services
Call for applications for appointment to the Chinese Medicine Reference Group
The National Registration and Accreditation Scheme (the National Scheme) regulates more than 800,000 registered health practitioners and over 180,000 registered students across 16 health professions.
Applications are sought from experienced and recently graduated registered Chinese Medicine practitioners and members of the community for appointment to the Chinese Medicine Reference Group (the Reference Group) of the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia (the Board).
The purpose of the Reference Group is to engage stakeholders in order to achieve a common understanding of the National Scheme and to assist the Board in progressing its core business.
The Reference Group will:
- receive regular information about the progress of the Board’s work when appropriate
- be advised of and asked for advice on any significant changes in the broader policy or legislative environment
- provide information on current or anticipated developments and issues
- provide advice on policy development or revisions
- report on the impact of existing policies, and
- consider any issues arising from any other developments.
This position is not expected to be representative of all new graduates as it would require wide-reaching communication and consultation with the group. Rather, the Board is seeking the perspective of a recently graduated Chinese medicine practitioner to add value to the group discussions.
The Reference Group meet once a year, usually face-to-face in Melbourne with additional meetings held via videoconference as required. Members are expected to read any papers circulated in advance, to actively contribute to discussion and to occasionally contribute to a presentation on or facilitated discussion of a topic of interest.
The National Scheme has a commitment to increasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ leadership and voices. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply, as are people from rural or regional areas in Australia.
Appointments are for two years and are expected to commence in January 2022.
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