Collaboration with stakeholders and accessing a broad range of specialist advice are essential inputs for effective governance.
The department benefits from the contributions made by the following specialst groups, consisting of departmental and non-departmental members. These groups and individuals complete a comprehensive governance structure that actively influences policy and the strategic direction of health and community services.
Please access further information about the various groups from the list below:
- Clinical Advisory Committee (CLAC)
- Pharmacy Premises Committee
- Disability Advisory Council
- NTFC Advisory Council
- Health Advisory Council
- Human Research Ethics Committee