Take on a Leadership Role - Run For Speaker-elect
The House of Delegates Committee on Nominations is seeking applications for the office of Speaker-elect. The Speaker-elect will be elected and installed during the 2018 Annual Meeting and will complete a three year term through the 2021 Annual Meeting.
If you are interested, candidate information must be received in the the APhA House office by March 15, 2018. Submit your application for the next election cycle here (review the candidate qualifications, duties, and nomination process).
Michael D. Hogue
Current Speaker of the House of Delegates
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NEW BUSINESS ITEMS
- Mar. 7 from 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM (EDT)
2018 Delegate Reference Materials - now available
- Delegate Reference Materials
- Policy Committee Report
- Policy Review Committee Report
- Rules Review Committee Report
- New Business Items - Full Report
- NBI #1 - Pharmacy Schools' Curriculum and Contemporary Pharmacy Practice
- NBI #2 - Revisions to the Medication and Medical Device Classification System
- NBI #3 - Direct and Indirect Remuneration Fees
- NBI #4 - Efforts to Reduce Mental Health Stigma
- NBI #5 - Pharmacist’s permissive language related to medication cost
- NBI #6 - Gluten Content and Labeling in Medications
- NBI #7 - Pharmacists Electronic Referral Tracking
- NBI #8 - Pharmacist's Role in Chronic Disease Prevention
Official APhA policy is developed by the APhA House of Delegates. Comprised of delegates from state pharmacy associations, APhA membership academies, affiliated organizations, recognized pharmacy organizations, and ex-officio groups, the House of Delegates meet during the APhA Annual Meeting and Exposition to debate and adopt policy proposals developed throughout the year. The House sessions are presided over by the Speaker of the House of Delegates.
What you will find in this toolkit is information and resources necessary to prepare you for your role as a Delegate. What is your responsibility as a Delegate? How do you prepare for the House? More importantly, how do you become a Delegate?
APhA thrives on member involvement. Support the profession by committing to make a difference. Find information here on how to serve your association.
Keep the profession strong and moving forward through active engagement. Learn, participate and contribute in discussions on matters affecting the profession through Speaker reports and webinar opportunities.
Stay up-to-date on current APhA adopted policy.