Stepping into the role of ACR secretary, William F. Harvey, MD, MSc, FACR, will pursue member engagement and corporate relations priorities, building on his long history of volunteer work in the College.
Articles tagged with "ACR Board of Directors"
In The Will to Govern Well, Glenn Tecker and co‐authors suggest that for associations, the term “governance” refers to “the decision‐making units of the organization and [the] relative powers, authorities, and responsibilities that each possesses, as well as … the composition of each unit and how individuals are selected to participate in each.” In 2019,…
Rheumatology is at a critical juncture in our history. To advance into the future, the ACR must thoroughly prepare for changing political landscapes, emerging technologies and workforce challenges. On May 12, the ACR Board of Directors met in Washington, D.C., to approve our ambitious new Strategic Plan for 2017–2022. This plan encompasses five strategic themes…
Concerns over rheumatology patient care, research funding, Medicare discussed with Congressional representatives
Board welcomes 233 new and returning candidates, lends support to lupus classification criteria in partnership with EULAR, approves update of ACR policy statements and position statements at February meeting in Napa, Calif.
The American College of Rheumatology (ACR) welcomes the newest members of the ACR board of directors and the Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals (ARHP) executive committee
A former ACR board of directors member chronicles his interpretation of the activities of the board over the past three years, highlighting issues that are likely on the minds of ACR members.
The ACR is pleased to continue its welcome of the newest members of the ACR board of directors and ARHP executive committee. These new members were confirmed last November during the ACR/ARHP Annual Scientific Meeting in Chicago. In the December 2011 “From the College,” we introduced you to several new members (“Welcome New ACR and ARHP Leaders,”). In this issue, you will meet the rest of the new members joining the leadership ranks and learn what they want to gain from their experience as new board and executive committee members.
Karen Kolba, MD and Robert A. Colbert, MD, PhD
The ACR is pleased to welcome new and returning leaders to the ACR board of directors and ARHP executive committee who were appointed in November. The following members were selected to serve as the newest members-at-large of the ACR board of directors. Each of them shared what they will bring to the table.