EOIs for ASMIRT Committees, Reference Group and Working Parties

AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY OF MEDICAL IMAGING AND RADIATION THERAPY

EOIs for ASMIRT Committees, Reference Group and Working Parties


Expressions of Interest wanted

The Board of Directors are seeking Expressions of Interest (EOIs) from the membership to join one of these Committees, Reference Group and Working Parties. Submit your EOI and participate in the future direction of your profession.

All applications close Monday 8 March 2021.


ASMIRT Committees:

The Research Committee seeks EOI’s from interested members – specifically members in South Australia and Northern Territory – to be part of this team who will advise the Board of Directors on the research needs and initiatives of our professions and to ensure that ASMIRT’s investment in research is designed and targeted appropriately. To apply, please send a CV and EOI to lucinda.shaw@asmirt.org with the subject line EOI Research Committee by Monday 8 March.

The Professional Standards Committee also wish to hear from members nationally – especially those in Tasmania and the Northern Territory – who are keen to provide expert advice and feedback to the Board on emerging issues that have the potential to affect the professional standing and role of medical radiation practitioners in Australia. To apply, please send a CV and EOI to lucinda.shaw@asmirt.org with the subject line EOI Professional Standards Committee before Monday 8 March.

The Membership and Advocacy Committee would love to hear from members from Queensland, New South Wales, South Australia and the Northern Territory who are passionate about membership engagement and advocacy opportunities. This Committee advises the Board of Directors on matters pertaining to membership and advocacy both within Australia and overseas. To apply, please send a CV and EOI to lucinda.shaw@asmirt.org with the subject line EOI Membership and Advocacy Committee before Monday 8 March.

The Education Committee are seeking members from the Northern Territory who have a keen interest in education. The role of this committee will be to advise the Board of Directors on the standards and processes that facilitate professional learning, education and research across the domains of our professions, whilst ensuring that ASMIRT members have clear guidelines for professional education including continuing professional development. To apply, please send a CV and EOI to lucinda.shaw@asmirt.org with the subject line EOI Education Committee before Monday 8 March.

You can learn more about the Committees on our website here.

ASMIRT Reference Groups:

The Rural and Remote Reference Group is seeking a new member from Victoria to assist in providing information and advice to the Board, Committees and relevant Working Parties on rural and remote issues. If you are currently working in rural and regional Victoria and would like an opportunity to share your expertise, please send a CV and EOI to lucinda.shaw@asmirt.org   with the subject line Rural and Remote Reference Group.

The MRI Reference Group are seeking new members to assist in providing information and advice to the Board, Committees and relevant Working Parties on matters pertaining to MRI (imaging and radiation therapy).

All pplications close Monday 8 March 2021.

ASMIRT Working Parties:

The Particle Therapy Working Party are looking for additional members from Tasmania and the Northern Territory to join this group to assist in providing information and advice to the Board, on matters pertaining to Particle Therapy. To apply for this Working Party, please send a CV and EOI to lucinda.shaw@asmirt.org with the subject line Particle Therapy Working Party.

The Ergonomics Working Party are welcoming EOIs from those interested in reviewing and contributing to a current Ergonomics project. They are seeking applicants who demonstrate interest, knowledge or experience in ergonomics in clinical practice. This project aims to look at mechanisms to eliminate discomfort and risk of injury due to work and to optimize human well-being and overall system performance in the clinical environment.

The AI Radiation Oncology Working Party are looking for additional members from Tasmania, South Australia and Western Australia to join this group to assist in providing information and advice to the Board, on matters pertaining to Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Radiation Oncology.

ASMIRT are particularly keen to hear from members who may not have previously been on any of our Panels but would like the opportunity to become involved and share their expertise with the profession.

To apply for this Reference Group and/or Working Parties, please send a CV and EOI to lucinda.shaw@asmirt.org with the subject line of the relevant Reference Group or Working Party.

All applications close Monday 8 March 2021.