Comprehensive Care Nursing and Midwifery Advisory Group Communiqué - Meeting 1, 24 August 2018
This document is a summary of the proceedings of the first Comprehensive Care Nursing and Midwifery Advisory Group meeting.
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The Comprehensive Care Nursing and Midwifery Advisory Group (CCNMAG) was established to support the initial implementation of the National Safety and Quality in Health Services Standard on Comprehensive Care. Members of the Committee will provide advice on nursing and midwifery specific systems to support the provision of coordinated, holistic, individualised and goal-directed health care.
The role of the Comprehensive Care Nursing and Midwifery Advisory Group is to provide expert advice for the development of resources to support early implementation of the Comprehensive Care Standard.
The main roles of members are to:
- Recommend to the Commission strategies to support nurses and midwives with the implementation of the Comprehensive Care Standard.
- Advise the Commission on the requirements for further resources to support of the Comprehensive Care Standard and key sources of evidence to inform its development. This might include clinical and professional guidelines and standards, existing jurisdictional, national and international guidelines and policy documents, systematic reviews and meta-analyses.
- Actively support consultation on new resources developed to support implementation of the Comprehensive Care Standard.
The current CCNMAG has been appointed until June 2021.