Committees and advisory groups
The Department of Health benefits from the contributions made by the following specialist advisory 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.
- Human research ethics committee
Top End Human Research Ethics Committee and the Central Australian Human Research Ethics Committee.
- Pharmacy Premises Committee
Pharmacy Premises Committee members, notification forms, standards and contact information.
- Scheduled Substances Clinical Advisory Committee (CLAC)
The Northern Territory Clinical Advisory Committee oversees matters relating to Schedule 8 (S8) and restricted Schedule 4 (S4) substances.
- Northern Territory Clinical Senate
The Northern Territory Clinical Senate provides the Chief Executive Officer with advice about improving patient safety and the clinical quality of health services across the Northern Territory.
- Health advisory committees
Health Advisory Committees promote and facilitate community consultation and engagement to shape the delivery of public health services in the Northern Territory.