Associate Professor Fenella Gill WA Health Translation Network Early Career Fellow in Research Translation.
Professor Gavin Leslie Professor Critical Care Nursing, Curtin University, Prof Leslie is an experienced research leader with a research interest in critical care nursing and recognising and responding to clinical deterioration.
Dr Geoff Knight Director Paediatric Critical Care CAHS, Dr Knight is a paediatric intensive care specialist and the medical clinical lead.
Mr Scott Stokes Paediatric Nurse Practitioner, Kimberley, WACHS, Mr Stokes leading the Paediatric Recognition and Response to Acute Deterioration program.
Ms Margaret Wood Chair of the CAHS Consumer Advisory Council
Ms Pania Falconer - clinical role is an out of hours Clinical Nurse Specialist at PCH. In 2019/ 2020 is ESCALATION Project coordinator Ms Falconer has a background in acute and critical care paediatric nursing and as a Nurse Educator, paediatric resuscitation.
Ms Alannah Cooper - is aNurse Researcher and is an ESCALATION Project coordinator. Alannah is a PhD Candidate and has a clinical background in adult emergency nursing.
Ms Pip Brennan Executive Director, Health Consumers Council WA Inc
Tanya Jones Consumer and Community Health Research Network
Ms Renee De Prazer
Ms Margaret Woods
Ms Belinda Donkin-Evers
Ms Katie McKenzie Executive Director Nursing Services CAHS
Ms Linda Frost Clinical Nurse Manager, Telethon Children’s Ward, Joondalup Health Campus
Royal Flying Doctor Service
Dr Noel Friesen Head of Department Paediatrics, St John of God Midland Public Hospital
Dr Lindsay Adams Paediatrician Rockingham General Hospital, SMHS
Dr Srinivas Poreddy Armadale Kalamunda Group, EMHS
Vicki Charters A/coordinator Nursing & Midwifery, WACHS Great Southern
Professor Andrea Marshall (Griffith University and Gold Coast University Hospital, Gold Coast) Experienced researcher and research translation scientist.
Dr Sharon Kinney (University Melbourne and Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne) Nurse consultant and senior research fellow and nursing lead for the Victorian Children’s Tool for Observation and Response (ViCTOR) projects in Victoria.
Ms Natasha Bear (Child and Adolescent Health Services) Senior Biostatistician, CAHS.