The Practice Committee includes representatives from each of the major disciplines in the association. The committee oversees the health professional practice papers and ensures all ARHP educational products, programs, and online content meet the practice needs of membership. The committee explores member needs regarding clinical practice issues and promotes the interdisciplinary model of care. It is the oversight committee for all ARHP practice issues. The committee meets two times a year, plus conference calls.
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The Research Subcommittee is recognized for its research presentations and publications. It presents research education and mentoring programs at the annual scientific meeting. This subcommittee reports to the ACR Research Committee and meets once at the ACR/ARHP Annual Scientific meeting and holds conference calls.
The Annual Meeting Program Subcommittee designs and implements the ARHP Annual Scientific Meeting and oversees the Clinical Focus Course Task Force and reports to the ACR Annual Meeting Planning Subcommittee. This subcommittee meets two times a year (once at the ACR/ARHP Annual Scientific meeting) and holds conference calls.
The E-Learning Subcommittee designs and implements online educational sessions and products. The subcommittee meets once a year, plus conference calls.
The Clinical Focus Course Task Force is responsible for the development of the annual meeting clinical focus preconference course, which is based on a topic chosen by the Executive Committee. This task force meets once a year, plus conference calls, and disbands after its one-year assignment.
The State-of-the-Art Clinical Symposium Precourse Task Force is responsible for the development of the preconference course before the April ACR State-of-the-Art Clinical Symposium. The task force meets once at the annual meeting, plus conference calls, and disbands after its one-year assignment.