The PAAG is a key college body providing expert advice and input on health policy and advocacy matters, such as consultations, submissions, media releases, letters and other outputs aligned with the CPAC Plan and any emergent matters of importance to the College.
Members receive requests for advice and input to policy and advocacy matters via email. Feedback is compiled to inform the College’s policy and advocacy activities and reported to the College Policy & Advocacy Council.
There are no scheduled meetings for the PAAG, but a high level of policy and advocacy matters are progressed through the College each year which PAAG members will be asked to contribute their expertise and input.
For more information on our work you can view our Policy & Advocacy Annual Reports.
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