The World Health Organization Collaborating Centre UTS has both an Advisory Board and a Management Committee.
The Management Committee comprised of Faculty of Health members meets regularly to discuss the Centre’s work plan and activities.
The Advisory Board has been formed to advise the Centre, it includes at least 12 members both from within UTS and core regional partners for a four year term. Members include regional senior nursing and midwifery officers, UTS academic staff, and other senior international health service professionals and representatives from donor organisations.
Core partnerships have also been formed with the South Pacific Chief Nurse and Midwifery Officers Alliance (SPCNMOA) as the secretariat for SPCNMOA. Other strong links exist with Pacific Forum, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), NZAID, Department of Health, Global Network of WHO CCs, International Council of Nurses, International Confederation of Midwives, Asia-Pacific Action Alliance on Human Resources for Health (AAAH), Pacific Human Resource for Health Alliance (PHRHA) and other national, international and regional Professional Organisations.
The WHO CC UTS also collaborates with other Centres within both the Faculty of Health and the wider UTS community such as: