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All eviQ Education resources are reviewed by a collective of practising medical, nursing and allied health clinicians across Australia.

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Types of review groups

All reviews are managed electronically, with no requirement to attend meetings.

Rapid Learning Review Group

The Rapid Learning Review Group operates as a collective of health professionals who are invited in an opt-in style to participate in reviews every two months or so. Members who subscribe to this committee can apply their clinical expertise and advice to as many or as few rapid learning topics that emerge throughout the year.

Clinical Advisory Committee (CAC)

Our Clinical Advisory Committee applies clinical knowledge and experience to ensure eviQ education resources are appropriate and fit for purpose. They ensure the content is correct, applicable and relevant.

CACs may review and provide feedback on:

  • learning objectives and/or performance criteria
  • content
  • functionality and user experience of completed resources
  • eQuiz questions
  • workshop materials (if applicable)
  • competency assessment tools and associated assessor guide (if applicable).

External Review Group (ERG)

Members of the External Review Group are asked to apply their clinical knowledge and experience to completed resources that have been ratified by the Clinical Advisory Committee. The focus of this group is on the user experience, and to ensure the resources are relevant, appropriate and fit for purpose.