Volunteer for a Committee
Member participation in ACCP committees is vital to the growth and development of the organization. In June of even-numbered years, a Call for Volunteers goes out. Committee participation is a two-year commitment, from September to September, consistent with the change in ACCP Leadership. Committees work best with representation across the diverse ACCP membership, including Students, Trainees & Early-stage Professionals, and so all interested in service are encouraged to apply.
Participation in committees is limited to ACCP Members in good standing, and Members are selected for participation in only one committee per two-year cycle. Members may be invited to join committees outside the regular cycle to fill vacancies or provide additional resources as needed. The Call for 2019 – 2020 Committee Volunteers has been completed and committees have been seated. While options may be limited, Staff will gladly explore options for Members who did not sign up through the Call for Volunteers. Please contact KLevy@ACCP1.org with any questions.
Annual Meeting Program Committee – Develops and oversees the program for the Annual Meeting, including selection of the educational events and decisions about other programming. This committee is seated approximately 18 months in advance of the event and meets frequently by phone, as well as in person at the Annual Meeting. Key elements of committee participation include early planning for the meeting, reviewing and scoring Annual Meeting educational-event proposals and abstracts, attending regularly-scheduled conference calls and attending the Annual Meeting. Annual Meeting Program Committee Charter Please note this committee operates on an advanced cycle (March to March) and so is already seated for 2019.
ByLaws Committee – Oversees modifications to the governing documents of the society to ensure contemporary, relevant governance, policies and procedures. The committee is convened as required since changes to the documents are not made every year. When changes are being considered, the committee meets frequently from May to August. ByLaws Committee Charter
Credentials Committee – Restricted to Fellows, the committee reviews all membership applications and makes recommendations on applicants to the Board of Regents. The committee meets periodically by phone and the application review process occurs three times per year, in advance of the Board of Regents meetings. Other meetings are scheduled on an as-needed basis. Credentials Committee Charter
Education Committee – Responsible for the overall education program for the society including general oversight, planning and supporting efforts to address the learning needs of the membership, reviewing and adjusting programming based upon learner and program evaluations, ensuring ACCME and ACPE accreditation requirements are met and making recommendations to the Board of Regents. The committee meets in person at the Annual Meeting and as needed by phone throughout the year. Committee members are selected to represent the breadth of affiliations and degrees in the membership. Individual duties may include: voting by email several times per year, completing CE documentation for webinars and Journal CE, participating as Moderators in webinars and reviewing Annual Meeting abstracts. The CE Compliance Subcommittee is an active subcommittee that serves to develop and perform peer reviews of the compliance materials for each educational course. Active engagement and prompt turnaround is needed from all committee members. Education Committee Charter
Finance Committee – Restricted to Fellows, the committee oversees ACCP’s finances and investments and proposes financial policies for consideration by the Board. The committee meets five - six times per year by phone and in person at the Annual Meeting. Finance Committee Charter
Honors & Awards Committee – Works with Staff to develop a slate of candidates for the ACCP Recognition Awards presented at the Annual Meeting. The committee meets in person at the Annual Meeting and frequently by phone between November and January to review nominations and determine the recommended award recipients for approval by the Board. Honors & Awards Committee Charter
Membership Committee – The committee meets five - six times per year by phone and in person at the Annual Meeting. The charge of the committee is to deal with member-related issues presented to it by the Board, Staff or ACCP membership and to make recommendations based on the above-noted issues. Membership Committee Charter
Nominating Committee – Restricted to Fellows, the committee develops slates of candidates for the elections of Regents and Officers. The committee meets by phone on an as required basis to meet ACCP’s election needs. Please note, this committee is selected by the President Elect. Nominating Committee Charter
Publications Committee – The committee supports the business of the journals, including but not limited to, activities to encourage members to publish in the JCP and CPDD and periodically the selection of Editors and publishers. The committee usually meets three times per year by phone and in person at the Annual Meeting. Publications Committee Charter
Public Policy Committee – The primary goal of the Committee is to explain the importance of clinical pharmacology in the effort to ensure the optimal use of therapeutics to improve healthcare for all. The committee develops a series of Policy Statements each year to ensure that ACCP's views are presented to the public. This effort may be in concert with other organizations to articulate a common viewpoint. The committee meets five - six times per year by phone and in person at the Annual Meeting. Committee members work individually to develop the Policy Papers, which are then reviewed by the committee for approval by the Board. Public Policy Committee Charter
Student, Trainee & Early-stage Professionals Committee –The committee strives to increase the participation in ACCP of undergraduate & graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and young professionals who are beginning their full-time careers. This is done by developing and supporting activities to increase the awareness of and career opportunities of clinical pharmacology, including the Mentoring Program. The ongoing initiatives include: providing educational resources and leadership opportunities, encouraging publications by students, fellows and young professionals and developing student- and young professional-specific events for the Annual Meeting. The committee meets approximately monthly by phone. Student, Trainee & Early-stage Professionals Committee Charter