The development of complex projects requires a wide range of expertise. The CareSearch Project uses skills and knowledge from various fields and disciplines such as medicine, sociology, education, marketing and informatics. A network of individuals and groups has also contributed to the project's development. There are two formal groups.
- CareSearch Management Group: Provides strategic guidance and direction. Reviews and endorses the Network's structure and content
- National Advisory Group: Acts as a reservoir of knowledge, skills and networks for the Knowledge Network project. Provides a sounding body and an exchange point for promotion and linkage into constituencies
In addition the Project Team comprises full time, part-time and casual staff with backgrounds in medicine, nursing, social work, librarianship, marketing, informatics and research.
Professor Jennifer Tieman is CareSearch Director and Chief Investigator for the project.
A large number of people throughout Australia volunteer their time and expertise in developing resources for the network. Their contributions are recognised in our Acknowledgements pages.
Last updated 30 October 2017