APhA Seeks Candidates for 2020 APhA Election
The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) announced a call for candidates in the 2020 APhA Board of Trustees, APhA Academy of Pharmacy Practice and Management (APhA-APPM), and APhA Academy of Pharmaceutical Research and Science (APhA-APRS) Election cycle. Applications and more information are now available at www.pharmacist.com/apha-elections. Interested candidates must submit the online application by October 1, 2019.
“We value the input and guidance provided by our volunteer leaders as we navigate the challenges and opportunities within a reforming healthcare system. Putting oneself up for election can be a very rewarding and fulfilling experience and we encourage all members to consider how they can help advance the Association’s mission,” said APhA Executive Vice President and CEO Tom Menighan.
APhA is seeking candidates for the offices of President-elect and Trustee (2 positions) for the APhA Board of Trustees. Review the President-elect and Trustee application for more information, including: application requirements, desired characteristics, responsibilities, time commitment, and more.
APhA-APPM is seeking candidates to serve on the Executive Committee for the position of Member-at-Large (3 positions) and New Practitioner Officer. Review the APhA-APPM Officer application to learn more about the desired characteristics and responsibilities for each position. APhA-APPM is also seeking members to serve as Coordinator-elect for the following Special Interest Groups (SIGs): Care of Underserved Patients, Compounding, Diabetes Management, Immunizing Pharmacists, Medical Home/ACO, Medication Management, Nuclear Pharmacy Practice, Pain, Palliative Care and Addiction, Preceptor, and Transitions of Care. Review the APhA-APPM SIG Coordinator-elect application to learn more about the desired characteristics and responsibilities for each position.
APhA-APRS is seeking candidates to run for President-elect, Postgraduate Officer, and Chair-elect for each of the Academy’s Sections: Basic Sciences, Clinical Sciences and Economic, Social, and Administrative Sciences (ESAS). Review the APhA-APRS Officer application to learn about the desired characteristics and responsibilities for each position.