What is expected of EAPC Board members?
During their tenure, EAPC board members are expected to be involved in a range of projects and initiatives and to play a significant role in the work of the EAPC. These initiatives are in line with the strategic objectives of the EAPC and include an active contribution to the programmes of the EAPC congresses and meetings. Each EAPC task force, reference group and white paper writing group is also allocated a board link. In order to ensure that the EAPC is responsive to its members, board members are asked to maintain regular contact with their national organisations and may also be asked to contact other member associations from other countries.
Proposed candidates (new nominees and nominees for re-election to the EAPC Board) must be:
- a member of EAPC with the right to vote
- supported in writing by their National Association
- actively involved in Palliative Care in their own country
- able to give sufficient time to the activities of the EAPC and attend a minimum of
- 50% of all board meetings
- competent in English