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OASI2 Independent Advisory Group – Lay Members

We are seeking 2x OASI2 Independent Advisory Group Lay Members

The OASI2 Project is recruiting an Independent Advisory Group to provide expert, independent and authoritative advice and will provide recommendations on the implementation and evaluation of the programme. The Independent Advisory Group will be comprised of clinicians, methodologists, stakeholders and lay members.

OASI2 is the result of a unique collaboration between the Royal College of Obstetricians (RCOG), the Royal College of Midwives (RCM), the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), Croydon Health Services NHS Trust and Kings College London (KCL). It is funded by the Health Foundation.

The responsibilities of the lay committee member will include:

  • Provide a lay perspective for the OASI2 IAG, representing the views of women with experience of maternity services.
  • Ensure that positive outcomes for women remains a key focus of the work.
  • Provide feedback on materials related to OASI2 including providing comments from a lay perspective into final reports.
  • Advise on any additional patient and public involvement that may strengthen the project.

Members may be asked to contribute or review project outputs, communications or take an advisory role in an individual capacity. Any outputs resulting from this will include sufficient acknowledgement of their input.

Further information is included in the role description below.

How to apply

Please read the role description, including the 3 questions under "Expression of interest".

Expressions of interest should be sent by email to

We encourage as many people to apply as possible. We wish to ensure broad representation across College activities.

If you have any queries or would like more information, please email

Application deadline: Friday 24 January 2020