Annual general meetings and general administrative information from RISA Inc.
Following the Annual General Meeting held on Sunday 28 July, the 2019 RISA Executive Committee has been confirmed.
Following the Annual General Meeting held on Sunday 30 July, the 2017 RISA Executive Committee has been confirmed.
1. Overview of the Procedure This procedure provides guidance on reporting, recordkeeping and exchanging information relating to concerns about the safety, welfare and wellbeing of a child or young person. All staff, students, volunteers and Board members should be...
Recently, RISA’s admin group have been trialling a private facebook group to see how it would work if RISA were to provide this service to members in addition or as a replacement to our current forums. We would be extremely grateful if you would spend only a couple of minutes filling in the attached survey (10 questions, mostly yes/ no). We’re seeking input from members and non-members, here:
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All Management Committee positions are declared vacant at the AGM. Please consider volunteering. If you are unable to attend the AGM but are still interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information on nominating or expressing an interest in volunteering with RISA.
RISA’s current meeting schedule
Input into day to day decision making is often sought from the Administrative Email Group which is a loose collection of volunteers who provide wider opinion than is possible through the smaller executive group on various questions of policy and help with the day to...
Thank you to everyone who responded to our survey. Approximately 25% of our members responded so it was a good sample and has given us some food for thought.
Overwhelmingly the response to all our key services was positive with some useful feedback to point us toward improvements.
RISA is a big fan of the wonderful work of our medical professionals and we are aware of how much more difficult the lives of our babies and kids would be without their ongoing efforts. Further, we’re also aware that paediatric gastroenterology is a relatively young profession and that knowledge of it throughout the rest of the medical profession is not as thorough as other areas. That is improving and RISA is doing its best to contribute to that education effort. We hear lots of stories of parents involvement with the medical system – both exceptionally good and sometimes not so good.