The Division of Educational Affairs plans, conducts, and evaluates the Annual Meeting and one or more additional continuing pharmaceutical education programs each year; assists the ICHP Executive Vice President, Vice President of Professional Services and Director of Operations with oversight of the ACPE accreditation processes for all ICHP sponsored programs; assists the Editor of KeePosted™
upon request; evaluates, develops, and implements new ICHP educational products and services; and addresses relevant issues concerning pharmaceutical education. Go to Volunteer Sign Up >
The Division of Educational Affairs meets every third Tuesday of the month at 11:00 am via conference call.
The Division of Government Affairs reviews and interprets proposed legislation and regulation and its impact on public health, pharmacy and related practice. This division works cooperatively with allied organizations and government agencies on all health care related public policy. If you are interested in monitoring legislation and making a difference in government, join Government Affairs.Go to Volunteer Sign Up >
The Division of Government Affairs meets every third Monday of the month at 5:00 pm via conference call.
The Division of Marketing Affairs is responsible for developing and maintaining programs to support current membership and recruit new members. We also act as a liaison to local affiliates and coordinate communications and selected activities directed toward the general public and health professionals. If you are interested in assessing the current needs of our membership or have ideas for how to support or grow our membership, consider joining Marketing Affairs. Go to Volunteer Sign Up >
The Division of Marketing Affairs meets every third Tuesday of the month at 8:00 am via conference call.
This Division is responsible for periodic review of the ICHP constitution, bylaws, and policies and procedures. We also assist student affiliates with the process of developing and reviewing their bylaws. Involvement with the Division of Organizational Affairs is a great way to really learn the structure of the organization and the responsibilities of each of its functional bodies (other committees, practice groups, etc.). It's also an excellent primer in the development of business documents if you think you are interested in a more administrative role in your career at some point. Go to Volunteer Sign Up >
This group meets every fourth Monday of the month at 4:00 pm via conference call.
The Professional Affairs Division improves and promotes pharmacy practice in Health-Systems and affiliated facilities by developing position statements, standards, guidelines, competency standards, and related materials. Identify and recognize innovative practice. The Division works cooperatively with allied organizations and other agencies to develop and promote these responsibilities. It reviews bi-annually existing ICHP Position Statements for the purpose of retention, revision, or deletion and develops new position statements relative to professional practice reflecting the viewpoint of the membership. Go to Volunteer Sign Up >
This group meets on the fourth Thursday of the month at 3:00 pm via conference call.