Participant Council

Participant Council

The PHRN Participant Council (the Council) is chaired by Professor Ian Smith and is comprised of eight members.The Council provides advice, including making recommendations as appropriate, to the PHRN Board on strategy, policy, funding priorities, stakeholder engagement, performance and accountability. The Council also provides advice to the Board on matters as requested by the Board and matters initiated by the Council.

The PHRN Participant Council's Terms of Reference outlines the purpose, structure and conduct of the Council.

PHRN Participant Council Membership

Chair Professor Ian Smith
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare representative Mr Geoff Neideck
Curtin University representative Professor Rosa Alati
NSW Ministry of Health representative Associate Professor Sarah Thackway
Queensland Health representative Dr Jeannette Young
Sax Institute representative Dr Martin McNamara
Tasmanian Department of Health Dr Jodi Johnson-Glading
University of South Australia for the SA NT DataLink Consortium representative Mr Andrew Stanley
Victorian Department of Health and Human Services representative Mr John King
Western Australian Department of Health Mr Rob Anderson

 

 

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PHRN COVID-19 Offering

Our network remains open. The network is interoperable and can source expertise, technology and data from around the country. Our expert staff are highly qualified and experienced in linkage of patient data, including population-based administrative data (such as hospital admissions, notifiable diseases and death data) as well as linkage of research cohort data. In addition, we provide secure file transfer and secure remote access services. We are able to work with other NCRIS capabilities to deliver coordinated access to national research infrastructure.

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