Statewide Clinical Networks
What are they?
Statewide Clinical Networks are groups of health professionals, health service organisations, consumers and carers who work collaboratively to achieve high quality care in a particular clinical area.
Apply to become a Consumer Representative on one of our Statewide Clinical Networks
We are looking for consumers, carers or community members with lived experience to join our Palliative Care, Surgical & Perioperative Care and Urgent Care networks.
Applications close 30 April 2023.
For more information about the role and how to apply see Apply to become a Consumer Representative on one of our Statewide Clinical Networks.
Watch our 2022 Conversation Series
The Statewide Clinical Networks Conversation Series was free webinar series hosted by the CEIH through late 2022, exploring one network each week for eight weeks.
Network Leads provided an overview of their network, project updates, achievements and current opportunities, as well as discussing how to engage, connect and collaborate to provide better healthcare outcomes for all South Australians.
Watch videos of the presentations at 2022 Statewide Clinical Network Conversation Series.
Statewide Clinical Network Steering Committees
The Steering Committees provide oversight of the development, implementation and evaluation of the networks’ activities.
Steering Committee members have a passion for the clinical specialty, can think strategically, are excellent communicators and have the ability to influence change in service delivery.
The Steering Committees are constructed to reflect a balance of experience across metropolitan and country as well as from within and out of hospital sectors. The Steering Committee are led by a Statewide Clinical Network Lead.
Hear more about the Statewide Clinical Networks from our Networks Program Director, Katie Maiolo.