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RECSI

Regional Emergency and Critical Care Systems Strengthening Initiative

Overview

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) has funded the Regional Emergency and Critical Care Systems Strengthening Initiative (RECSI) under its Regional Health Partnerships (RHP) scheme, with activities commencing in July 2024. RECSI aims to build on the experience of the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly in relation to the need for local critical care capacity, and the value of resilient emergency care systems in detecting and responding to health emergencies. RECSI will also act as a mechanism for embedding the World Health Organisation’s emergency care systems framework across the region and progressing World Health Assembly resolutions 72.16 and 76.2. 

Delivery

RECSI will be delivered through a consortium of organisations including Alfred Health, Monash University, the Australian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM), the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society (ANZICS), the National Critical Care and Trauma Centre (NCCTRC), the Pacific Community (SPC), St Johns Ambulance Papua New Guinea (SJA PNG), and Menzies School of Health Research. 

RECSI is pleased to announce that we are currently accepting expressions of interest to provide services under the RECSI program in the following areas:

Please click each area for further information:
 

To apply, please submit an EOI/cover letter of no more than three pages addressing the service requirements and a CV prior to 9:00am on Monday the 24th of June to m.wratten@alfred.org.au

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