Application to join the Community Advisory Group

Background

The Primary Care Collaborative Cancer Clinical Trials Group (PC4) is funded by Cancer Australia to support the development of cancer research.  Our activities include all aspects of primary care and psychosocial health throughout the spectrum of the cancer journey from prevention, screening, early detection, and treatment through to survivorship and palliative care. We place tremendous value on the involvement of consumers in all aspects of our research programs, particularly via our Community Advisory Group (CAG).

Eligibility

You may have had cancer, known or cared for someone with cancer, or just be interested in cancer research and in helping people. Experience in research is not required, and we are seeking interested consumers with diverse experiences and relevant life skills.

Process

Applications to join our Community Advisory Group are currently closed and will reopen in late 2023.  Applications will be reviewed based on the following selection criteria to contribute to the work of PC4:

  1.  Interests aligned with the goals of the Groups
  2.  Life skills (professional and personal)
  3.  Availability to participate
  4.  Diversity of representation (e.g. cancer experiences and geographical location)

Following the review applicants will be contacted to arrange an interview at a convenient time.  Successful applicants will be notified by electronic letter and invited to accept a position on the CAG. If they choose to accept, applicants must become a member of both groups (no cost) and sign a confidentiality statement.

For more information please contact:

Kristi Milley

PC4 National Manager P: 03 8559 7053 | E: info@pc4tg.com.au

Expression of Interest

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Applications to join our Community Advisory Group are currently closed and will reopen in late 2023.

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