Expert Advisory Groups
Every AIDH Fellow and member has a role to play in shifting the dial on Australia’s transition to a digital health future. Fellows and members of the Institute are recognised nationally and globally as leaders, and emerging leaders, in all fields of digital health and health informatics.
Expert Advisory Groups (EAGs) are the new mechanism for engaging expert Fellows and members in the AIDH’s leadership and advocacy undertakings. EAGs will be a tool for delivering Shifting the Dial, the AIDH strategic plan for Leadership and Advocacy.
EAGs will serve as links between Fellows, experts, and the Institute, advising the CEO and Director of Leadership and Policy on Shifting the Dial’s focus areas and priorities.
The Expert Advisory Groups supporting the advocacy strategy are:
Each EAG will consist of 10-15 members. The EAG model is multidisciplinary at its core, representing the diverse clinical and professional range of expertise within the AIDH membership. EAG composition will be guided by a set of criteria that ensures equitable gender, profession, and career point representation.
The AIDH Board will shortly invite Fellows and members to express interest in joining an Expert Advisory Group.
Expert Advisory Groups may also establish ‘sub’ or ‘working groups’ that draw on members with specific expertise outside the EAGs. Members are asked to complete the SME survey to ensure the Institute has the most up to date information about the range of community expertise, skills and knowledge.
For more information contact Khaled Chakli, the Director of Leadership and Policy.