- Finance Committee
Shall be responsible for assisting the Board of Directors in ensuring the fiscal health of the organization. The Finance Committee shall be responsible for oversight of the annual audit. (Bylaws Standing Committee)
- Governance Committee
Shall be responsible for assisting the Board of Directors in developing criteria for selecting nominees in accordance with Article V, Section 5, for soliciting nominations from the Alliance membership, and for screening and presenting Board candidates to the membership for election. The Committee is also charged with arranging for Board assessments, other procedures designed to strengthen the performance of the Board and other duties as assigned by the Board. (Bylaws Standing Committee)
- Advocacy Committee
Responsible for monitoring and informing membership on public policy issues that involve the healthcare continuing educator by preparing and distributing educational materials and collaborating with the Education Committee on relevant topics presentations. Additionally developing tools and resources that the healthcare continuing educator can utilize through grassroots educational advocacy to increase external stakeholders awareness of the great work being done by Alliance members.
- Almanac Editorial Board
Responsible for writing, soliciting and reviewing articles for each issue as well as developing content consistent with editorial policy and membership interests. The Almanac is a free premium benefit for Alliance members.
- Awards & Recognition Committee
Responsible for the annual nomination outreach to recognize exceptional CE professionals and leaders who are paving the way to improve patient care through education. Nominees whose exemplary work provides a model for teaching, learning and leading in all healthcare professions are recognized at the Annual Conference.
- Education Committee
Responsible for ensuring professional development programming is on the leading edge of continuing education for the healthcare profession (CEhp) and aligned with Alliance’s National Learning Competencies (NLC). To nurture member professionalism, learning and change through reviewing existing resources, generating new resources and ensuring access to learning materials that benefit and add value to the members.
- Membership Committee
Responsible for developing and recommending strategies for the recruitment, engagement and retention of members.
Assess and recommends strategies for products, services, and program development that will provide members with valuable resources and benefits.
- Nominating Committee
Responsible for vetting and recommending a slate of candidates from the membership to fill Director vacancies on the Board of Directors.
- Quality Initiative Committee
Responsible for monitoring and be involved in issues of healthcare quality that can be supported by the healthcare continuing educator by preparing and distributing educational materials and collaborating with other committees on relevant quality oriented topics.
- Research Committee
Responsible for partnering and engaging with the Board of Directors and other Committees in order to identify research gaps and provide guidance on study designs that examine the impact of CEhp activities on healthcare professionals’ knowledge, competence, and performance within the healthcare system and community.
- Annual Conference
To plan the Annual Conference, including instructional design, educational formats, learning needs, relevant content/topics for sessions, faculty identification, and other related conference planning such as keynote(s) selection. The committee additionally solicits for education session submission reviewers who identify and recommend premium educational and diverse content for inter-professional session selection. (Annual Conference Committee Job Description)
- Alliance Industry Summit (AIS)
To plan the annual AIS event, including instructional design, educational formats, learning needs, relevant content/topics for sessions, faculty identification, and other related event planning such as keynotes(s) selection. AIS is designed to meet the CPD needs of the IACE Member Section of Alliance. (AIS Committee Job Description)
- Quality & Innovation Summit (QIS)
To plan the annual QIS event, including instructional design, educational formats, learning needs, relevant and novel content/topic sessions, faculty identification, and other related event planning such as keynote(s) selection in order to meet the CPD needs of the membership. QIS is designed for all members interested in bringing innovation to their organizations. (QIS Committee Job Description)
- Medical Specialty Society Meeting (MSSM)
The MSS Section holds ad hoc meetings in your local community. These gatherings provide a casual approach to sharing ideas and the latest news with fellow MSS Section colleagues. (MSSM Committee Job Description)
Designed for both new and early career CEhp, Fundamentals 101 and 201 are six-week, multi-media professional development programs geared towards helping healthcare continuing educators learn and improve their professional knowledge. Volunteer to plan, evaluate, execute and update the Fundamentals curriculum and educational activities.(Fundamentals Committee Job Description)
Other Volunteer Opportunities
Looking for more ways to volunteer and serve the organization without the full commitment of serving on a Committee? Enter your information into the Alliance Resource Registry – a repository of volunteers to be called upon for special opportunities such as being an Alliance booth volunteer, mentoring, task forces, educational session moderator, and more.
The Resource Registry remains open year-round. Submit your information today and get involved!