The HSCP lead critical care is currently seeking HSCP representative from Radiotherapy, Laboratory medicine, Clinical engineering and Clinical measurement to join a HSCP critical care advisory group (CCAG). The aim of this group is to provide advice at a strategic level to ensure the right skills and competencies for the delivery of quality care for our critically ill patients now and into the future. The HSCP lead critical care will be responsible for HSCP workforce planning including education and training for the phase 2 expansion of critical care services.
Purpose of the role:
To support the HSCP lead critical care in HSCP workforce planning, an advisory Group will be set up. This will comprise representatives from HSCP to work with the HSCP Lead to achieve the greatest impact for the design, planning, delivery and management of people centered, integrated, critical care services.
FREQUENCY OF MEETINGS:
This group will last one year. The first meeting will be scheduled at a Dublin location in September 2023 as a 3.5 hour workshop, after which one virtual follow up meeting will be scheduled.
Closing date for submission of applications is Friday 25th August at 12pm to email@example.com