Invitation for Expressions of Interest for the Clinical Lead of the National Paediatric Mortality Register
The National Paediateric Mortality Register (NPMR) is now seeking an expressions of interest for the role of Clinical Lead.
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About the National Paediatric Mortality Register
The National Paediateric Mortality Register (NPMR) collects and analyses data relating to infant and paediatric (<16yrs) mortality in Ireland. The main objective of the NPMR is to provide a national registry of all paediatric deaths in Ireland, generating high quality data to provide an evidence base with which to inform policy aimed at reducing the number of child deaths in the future. The NPMR is a collaborative effort between each of the paediatric hospitals of Children’s Health Ireland (CHI), the Coroners Service of Ireland, Health Service Executive (HSE) Department of Public Health and a number of parent/patient advocacy groups represented on its’ governance committee. The NPMR is currently being transferred into the governance structure of National Office of Clinical Audit (NOCA).
Role of the NPMR Clinical Lead
The Clinical Lead provides leadership for the successful implementation and management of NPMR objectives. She/he is supported by the NPMR governance committee and NMPR dedicated staff of manager, researcher and administrator. Upon transfer of governance to NOCA there will be further access to audit co-ordinator, statistical, data quality & security, information technology, communications and audit standard expertise.
Further details on this role are available in the role profile linked below. You will also be able to complete the application on this document.
Informal enquiries should be directed to the same email address or by contacting the NPMR office at 01 8788455/8785563
Candidates may be invited to meet with the selection panel
Deadline for submissions: Friday 10th July 2020
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