Public Health England are looking for people to represent the public and patient voice on the NHS screening programmes’ research advisory committees (RACs).
They have vacancies for lay members on the RACs for the:
- NHS Bowel Cancer Screening Programme
- NHS Breast Screening Programme
- NHS Cervical Screening Programme
Applicants must live in England. The ideal candidate would have:
- an interest in one of the screening programmes
- good communications skills, enthusiasm and reliability
- access to appropriate technology (like a computer or tablet) for email and remote meetings
Meetings take place 4 times a year and are currently held using Microsoft Teams. In the future there may be face to face meetings and any travel costs and expenses would be reimbursed.