Registrations are now open.
Due to technical difficulties WorkSafe will now be accepting Clinical Panel registrations until 9:00am AEST, 8 April 2019.
The ultimate objective of the Clinical Panel is to collaborate with agents to ensure timely and appropriate return to work and maximise health outcomes for injured workers.
The Clinical Panel is comprised of highly qualified medical and allied healthcare professionals.
Panel members provide advice to WorkSafe and Agents on individual claim level and contribute to the broader development and implementation of WorkSafe's policies and initiatives to improve health service provision. They support health providers in applying the principles of the Clinical Framework for the Delivery of Health Services when treating injured workers and review outlier provider performance to manage health risks and quality safeguards.
WorkSafe is currently seeking applications from suitably qualified and experienced Medical and Allied Health practitioners in the following categories:
- Medical Practitioners (in particular from the following specialties):
- Addiction Medicine
- General Practice
- Occupational and Environmental Medicine
- Pain Medicine
- Rehabilitation Medicine
- Sport and Exercise Medicine
- Clinical and Health Psychologists
- Occupational Therapists
Other Medical and Allied Health practitioners not listed above are welcome to register for vacanices that should arise in the future.