DescriptionNSW Ambulance Clinical Practice Committee Member: Independent / consumer representative
The Clinical Practice Committee is the peak clinical committee for NSW Ambulance. Clinical effectiveness refers to ensuring the right care is delivered to the right patient (who is informed and involved in their care), at the right time, by the right clinician, with the right skills, in the right way. The primary purpose of the Clinical Practice Committee (CPC) [formerly Clinical Advisory Committee] is to be the custodian of clinical practice standards and peak decision-making body on issues relating to clinical practice, procedures, medications, and clinical equipment. The CPC receives reports and recommendations from all other committees and working groups where a decision is required relating to any new clinical practice (practice / skill / drug / device / intervention) or a modification to current clinical practice. The CPC will demonstrate a solution-orientated responsive, proactive leadership role on clinical matters and encourage best practice and innovation. The CPC will provide leadership and guidance in the timely translation of evidence into practice to ensure alignment with the NSW Ambulance Vision, strategic plan and our sustainable growth strategy. The Clinical Practice Committee will ensure that our clinicians are able to deliver compassionate, patient-centred and high quality care.
|Period||13 Dec 2021 → 13 Dec 2024|
|Held at||NSW Ambulance, Australia|
|Degree of Recognition||Regional|