The Provincial Infectious Diseases Advisory Committees (PIDAC) provide expert advice, develop evidence-based knowledge products (best practice documents) and provide broad-based field advice. These advisory committees draw on the expertise of health care professionals in the areas of communicable and infectious disease, infection prevention and control, immunization, epidemiology, public health, occupational health and safety and veterinary medicine. PIDAC meets regularly throughout the year for full-day meetings. Teleconference and video conference options are provided to those who cannot attend meetings in person. Frequency of meetings varies by committee.
The following PIDAC committees are currently seeking to fill vacancies in a variety of roles and for a variety of skills and expertise. Please click on the links below for more information:
PIDAC-IPC (Infection Prevention and Control)
Candidates should submit an expression of interest that includes all the following items:
Please send this information to email@example.com with the name of the committee in the subject line. All applications will be reviewed by Public Health Ontario and the respective
PIDAC committee chair.
Public Health Ontario recognizes that many external advisors may not be completely free of actual, potential or perceived conflict of interest since such external advisors may have affiliations with regulated industries, the scientific community, or special interest groups which receive funding from industry. Public Health Ontario has developed conflict of interest rules that are intended to achieve a reasonable balance between those divergent considerations and enabling Public Health Ontario to gain from the expertise of external advisors while avoiding or mitigating conflict of interest. To this end, each candidate will be asked to complete a conflict of interest disclosure form as part of the application process.