Queensland Clinical Networks Executive

The Queensland Clinical Networks Executive (QCNE) has been created with a membership of seven current statewide clinical network chairs, two consumer representatives and the Chair of the Queensland Clinical Senate (QCS). Membership includes:

  • Professor Liz Kenny AO. Chair of Network Chairs, Chair of the Statewide Cancer Clinical Network
  • Ivan Rapchuk, Deputy Chair and Chair of the Statewide Anaesthesia and Peri-operative Clinical Network
  • Andrew Staib, Chair of the Statewide Digital Network
  • Ian Scott, Co- chair of the Statewide General Medicine Clinical Network
  • Robyn Littlewood, Co-chair Statewide Child and Youth Clinical Network
  • Rohan Grimley, Chair Statewide Stroke Clinical Network
  • Tony Rahman, Chair Statewide Gastroenterology Clinical Network
  • Don Whitehouse and Mark Tucker-Evans, consumer representatives
  • Alex Markwell, Chair QCS

Our purpose

The QCNE provides a visible leadership structure for statewide clinical networks, enabling effective and efficient engagement with stakeholders from across the health system.

The QCNE is a valuable resource to provide strategic advice on high-level decision making and invites consultation with and / or representation on key Queensland Health and Hospital and Health Service strategic committees.

Current priorities

  • Networks working together with each other, HHSs and government – Patient flow, clinical pathways that cross multiple sectors / multiple HHSs.
  • Funding and embedding new models of care – Endovascular Clot Retrieval.
  • Real changes in clinical practice – Opioid Management - clinical advisory role that changes clinical practice and involves multiple stakeholders (primary care, community, consumers, allied health, nursing and specialists).
  • Solid clinician engagement in the digital rollout.

Contact us

Email: Clinical_Networks@health.qld.gov.au
Phone: +61 7 3328 9558
Postal Address: GPO Box 48, Brisbane 4001

Last updated: 11 June 2019