The Australian Ethical Health Alliance (AEHA) was formed in April 2019 to oversee implementation of the Australian Consensus Framework for Ethical Collaboration in the Healthcare Sector. This is a consensus of shared values and ethical principles that form the basis of collaboration and interaction among organisations in the Australian healthcare sector. The sector-led initiative has 70+ member organisations representing:
- Government authorities
- Healthcare professionals
- Biopharmaceutical industry
- Hospitals/healthcare centres
- Medical device industry
- Patient communities
- Third parties/distributors
Members commit to a set of substantive and procedural principles that should form the basis of collaboration and interaction among organisations in the health sector.
The alliance is an excellent example of the Consensus Framework for Ethical Collaboration in action.
Last updated: 27.04.2021
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