The Rehabilitation Network works with clinicians, consumers and service managers to improve the experience and delivery of healthcare for people accessing rehabilitation care across NSW.
The work of the network is led by the network executive committee and supported by co-chairs from a medical consumer and nursing background.
A/Prof Michael Pollack
Allied Health Co-Chair
The key priorities of the network are supported by four working parties:
- Data outcomes and measurement
- Education and professional development
- Value of rehabilitation nursing
- COVID-19 rehabilitation community of practice.
The network has more than 900 members and includes representatives from the public and private rehabilitation sectors, paediatric and adult rehabilitation services, consumers, non-government organisations, researchers and academics, local health districts and specialty health networks. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in improving the quality of rehabilitation services delivered to the people of NSW.