The national rehabilitation quality improvement project expert advisory group (EAG) provides independent expert advice to the major trauma rehabilitation project. The group supports the delivery of the national collaborative and represent various parts of the trauma rehabilitation sector and pathway.
The group meets four to five times per year, by Zoom or in person.
Download the terms of reference (279KB, pdf).
Kat Quick is clinical lead for the major trauma rehabilitation project and chair of the EAG.
EAG meetings are supported by the Te Tāhū Hauora trauma programme team.
|Kat Quick (chair)||Clinical lead, major trauma rehabilitation project||Te Tāhū Hauora Health Quality & Safety Commission|
|Alice Theadom||Professor||Auckland University of Technology|
|Annie Jones||Clinical partner||ACC|
|Christine Howard-Brown||Rehabilitation provider service||Acquired brain injury (ABI) Rehabilitation|
|Gina Marsden||Trauma nurse||Waikato District Health Board (DHB)|
|Ian and Katherine Winson||Consumer representative|
|Jonathan Armstrong||Clinical director for allied health||Counties Manukau Health|
|Lee Taniwha||Consumer representative|
|Martin Chadwick||Chief allied health professions officer||Ministry of Health|
|Roxanne Waru||Occupational therapist||Ngā Pou Mana|
|Sarah Hawkins||Physician (rehabilitation medicine)||Royal Australasian College of Physicians|
|Sarah Shannon||Physiotherapist||Bay of Plenty DHB|
|Sean Gray||Rehabilitation provider service||NZ Artificial Limb Service|
|Subramanya Adiga||Rehabilitation consultant||Northern Region Trauma Network|
|Te Rina Ruru||Consumer representative||Camp Unity|
|Tim Dunn||Associate director of allied health||MidCentral DHB|
|Trish Fredericksen||Clinical service lead||ACC|