The Society has a number of committees. Chairpersons of Society committees are appointed by the Society President, serve at his or her pleasure, and do not have any set term of office. These committees carry out various functions for the Society. There are three basic categories of committees:
State Committees Which Organize the Organization
The role of organization focused committees is to carry out organizational functions that are necessary for the Society's operations.
Mission Centered Committees Interacting with the Professional Community
The role of these committees is to carry out functions described by the Society's mission statement.
Practice Areas Committees
Practice committees bring together members of the Society who share a mutual interest in a particular area of clinical practice
To learn about meetings, programs and events of any committee click here to go to the Society Calendar.
To obtain news regarding any Society committee click here to go to Society News.
NOTE: Some chapters have their own practice committees which reflect the unique practice interests of their members. To view a list of each chapter's practice committees click here to go to the chapter section of the Society website, then click on the chapter in question and review the chapter committee area of the chapter's web page to find the chapter's practice committees.