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The Chronic Kidney Disease Monitoring Advisory Committee (CKDMAC) is the national advisory group for the National Centre for Monitoring Chronic Kidney Disease. The committee is made up of relevant experts- eminent kidney clinicians, epidemiologists, a general practitioner representative, an expert in Indigenous health, and nursing and patient representatives.

Terms of reference

  • Within the scope of the National Centre for Monitoring Chronic Kidney Disease, identify the national information needs and requirements for data reporting on Chronic Kidney Disease, in order to provide advice to the AIHW on the strategic direction (aims, objectives, core activities and priorities) and work program for the National Centre.
  • Provide expert advice to the AIHW regarding individual projects of the National Centre work program. This will include, where appropriate, the scope and content of forthcoming publications and subsequent review of draft publications, provided in a timely manner.
  • Work collaboratively with staff of the National Centre.
  • Contribute to data and indicator development undertaken by the National Centre, where required.
  • Report annually (from the Chair of the committee) to the Director of the AIHW in relation to the work of the National Centre including any recommendations for future priorities.

Contact details

Contact the secretariat for more information.

Phone: 02 6244 1000
Fax: 02 6244 1299
Postal Address: AIHW
GPO Box 570
Canberra ACT 2601