The Victorian Perioperative Consultative Council (VPCC) was established as a multidisciplinary council in 2019 to:
- improve public health and wellbeing by identifying causes and themes of preventable harm in perioperative care across the Victorian health sector
- disseminate relevant information and practical strategies to improve care before, during and after surgery and interventional procedures.
The principal function of the council is to identify and report on issues relating to perioperative care in Victoria, and to make recommendations to help health services and medical practitioners improve clinical practice and systems of care.
There are currently two VPCC member vacancies:
- forensic pathologist.
Who should apply?
Anaesthetist: The VPCC is seeking an anaesthetist with recent senior clinical experience, an appreciation of the broader policy context and issues surrounding the delivery and planning of safety and quality initiatives in Victorian health services, and demonstrated strategic thinking, planning and leadership skills. Find out more including how to apply.
Forensic Pathologist: The VPCC is seeking someone with a significant understanding of forensic and coronial processes in the state of Victoria, and how they relate to perioperative mortality review.
Applications close at midnight 6 February 2024.