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2017 Committee Chairs
Standing (left to right): Jo Micek, Vicki Allen, Doramarie Arocha, Marguerite Gribogiannis, Lela Luper
Sitting (left to right):Tim Landers, Corrianne Billings, Timothy Wiemken, Kirk Huslage (Not shown)
Annual Conference Committee
The Annual Conference Committee is responsible for planning and presenting the annual educational program. View committee.
The Communications Committee is responsible for steering APIC’s messaging to consumers, members, and other healthcare professionals. View committee.
The Education Committee is responsible for planning, developing and implementing educational courses (e.g., webinars) and programs (e.g., EPI Academy) that address identified educational needs related to infection prevention and control. View committee.
Member Services Committee
The Member Services Committee is responsible for adding value to APIC membership through the creation and implementation of new membership policies and programs. The committee oversees the development of new membership initiatives and engagement programs. This committee also provides oversight for chapters and sections. View committee.
Nominating and Awards Committee
The Nominating and Awards Committee is charged with the identification and solicitation of potential candidates for APIC and CBIC Office, development of a slate of candidates for the annual elections, oversight of the elections process and management of the APIC Awards program. View committee.
Practice Guidance Committee
The Practice Guidance Committee (PGC) compiles, assesses, develops and influences guidelines and standards related to the practice of infection prevention and control. This committee provides a means within APIC to guide and inform the membership on practice issues and recommends official positions on standards, guidelines and other pertinent documents affecting the practice of infection prevention and control. View committee.
Professional Development Committee
The Professional Development Committee is responsible for promoting professional development of APIC members and diffusion of the APIC Competency Model. View committee.
Public Policy Committee
The Public Policy Committee is responsible for monitoring and preparing input into legislative and regulatory issues affecting the practice of infection prevention and control. View committee.
The Research Committee Responsible for coordinating initiatives focused on practical solutions, grounded in science that can be implemented across the spectrum of healthcare settings.The aim of the committee is to make implementation science a meaningful and essential tool used by all infection preventionists. View committee.