Leadership Development

The APIC Nominating and Awards Committee has opened the call for nominations for APIC and CBIC office and the Nominating and Awards Committee for terms beginning in 2020.

Candidates for APIC office: Must be in the active or lifetime membership categories of APIC for the two years prior to running for office.

Candidates for  APIC and CBIC Office must be certified in infection control (CIC) by the Certification Board of Infection Control (CBIC).

APIC positions open in 2020                        CBIC positions open in 2020

President-elect (1 to be elected)                     4 Directors (any discipline)

Secretary  (1 to be elected)                            1 Director (filling unexpired term)

At-large directors (up to 4 to be elected)

External director (1 to be elected)

Nominating and Awards Committee (2 to be elected)

External directors to the APIC Board ideally are drawn from the broader healthcare community and will be able to bring complementary knowledge and skill as well as new relationships to APIC that could positively contribute to the association’s development. External directors are envisioned as individuals who are in a position to influence the course of infection prevention and control; create new stakeholder relationships; and/or bring a more diverse set of skills in business, finance, leadership, and strategy. While they need not have substantive expertise in infection prevention and control, they must demonstrate a strong interest in advancing the practice and profession.

 How to apply: Apply online — paper applications no longer required.

Important information: Governance Competencies (NEW); APIC candidate handbook; CBIC candidate handbook; External Director Candidate HandbookAPIC Conflict of Interest Policy; CBIC Conflict of Interest Policy; Instructions for candidate references

If you have questions about this process, please contact Barbara Long, senior director, Governance and Executive Affairs, at blong@apic.org.

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