The AFOEM Policy & Advocacy Committee (PAC) is responsible for the governance and direction of the Faculty, its committees and working groups.
The AFOEM PAC's function is to advocate across the Faculty and College, health professions, Government, business and the broader community with regards to policies and practices that optimise the health and wellbeing of the population.
The AFOEM PAC meets 4 times per year, including one face-to-face meeting in the RACP Sydney Offices.
We also strongly encourage the AFOEM PAC AoNZ representative to join the AFOEM Aotearoa NZ Committee.
This position is open to all AFOEM Fellows residing in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Read the position description (DOC) and the AFOEM Policy & Advocacy Committee Terms of Reference (PDF) before applying.
To apply, submit an expression of interest form (PDF) and your CV to email@example.com.
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