Advisory Board

Purpose

The Three Rivers UDRH Advisory Board was established in June 2017 under the Agreement of the Memorandum Of Understanding signatory partners for the purpose of providing advice to the strategic and operational delivery of the Three Rivers UDRH, as well as monitoring achievement of the strategic objectives and project deliverables/reporting requirement.

Members

OrganisationPosition
Charles Sturt University Executive Dean, Faculty of Science
Charles Sturt University Director, Three Rivers UDRH
Charles Sturt University Chief Financial Officer
Charles Sturt University Director, Rural Health School of Medicine
Western Sydney University Associate Dean, Rural Health Head, Rural Clinical School
University of Notre Dame Dean, School of Medicine
Bila Muji Aboriginal Health Services Indigenous Health Services
Western NSW Local Health District Chief Executive
Western NSW Primary Health Network Chief Executive Officer
Murrumbidgee Local Health District Chief Executive
Murrumbidgee Primary Health Network Chief Executive Officer
Rural Health Club Student Chair of the Rural Health Club

Function and Responsibilities

The Advisory Board:

  1. monitors and provides advice to the Director, Three Rivers UDRH on the activities required to achieve the program outcomes including setting the strategic direction and partnerships to align with the Rural Health Multidisciplinary Training Program funding agreement schedule;
  2. recommends and endorse membership of the key advisory groups to the Three Rivers UDRH, including the; Indigenous Health Program Advisory Group; and Research Advisory Group;
  3. oversees the conduct of the Three Rivers UDRH in matters of governance and risk; and
  4. monitors the achievement of the Three Rivers UDRH project milestones, budget and government reporting against the agreed project plan.
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