Roles and Responsibilities

Roles and Responsibilities

Advisory Body - with representation from the regulatory agencies in Australia and from the international groups undertaking similar work, it’s role is to provide :

  • High level strategic direction
  • Horizon scanning and feedback
  • Guidance to the main decision-making body (the Executive Committee).

Executive Committee - the key decision-making body with accountability, responsibilities include:

  • Overall Strategy, ensuring projects are aligned with the conscience, intent and overarching objectives of the initiative
  • Project approval; whilst the Steering Committee will select all projects moving forward, the Executive Committee may modify the scope and deliverables and are responsible for overall signoff
  • Ensuring good collaboration and minimal unwarranted duplication
  • CTIQ methodology
  • Overall budgetary responsibility

Steering Committee – the main working group, that provides the overview to the CTIQ programme, roles and responsibilities include:

  • Most importantly making a real difference to the sector by contributing to projects that align with CT:IQs mission ‘to develop and implement recommendations that will improve the impact, quality and efficiency of clinical trials, leading to more rapid, lower cost and higher quality evaluation of healthcare interventions in Australia’
  • Having a voice by nominating and prioritising topic focus areas for potential new projects
  • Project selection and scoping
  • Nominating one or multiple individuals to the Steering Committee
  • Once the projects have been selected; members can lead or be team members in the projects.  Steering Committee members can nominate multiple people to be involved in projects. (Anticipated responsibilities and commitment of oversight and time may vary greatly between projects.)