Reporting to the Board of the AEHRC, the Research and Investment Advisory Committee (RIAC) performs an advisory function to provide high-level guidance about how the AEHRC might best contribute to CSIRO and Queensland Government priorities. Specifically, the role of the RIAC is to:
- Contribute to the setting of longer-term strategic directions by the AEHRC serving the e-Health sector.
- Provide advice on the business and technical needs of customers and how the work of the AEHRC can be better aligned with customers.
- Use their understanding of the AEHRC mandate and capabilities to act as advocates for the AEHRC in various forums.
- Assist in reviewing progress towards achieving identified strategic objectives, including the methods and effectiveness of marketing, technology transfer and commercialisation strategies, and suggest improvements.
- Establish ad-hoc working groups of RIAC members, AEHRC officers and co-opted experts to examine critical strategic issues from the e-Health sector and communicate these findings to the Board of the AEHRC.
Last Updated on Thursday, 15 September 2011 13:36