APCP National Committee
The day-to-day affairs of APCP are managed by the National Committee which consists of up to 16 nationally elected members plus a locally elected representative from each of APCP's Regions and a representative from each of APCP's Specialist Committees.
The objectives and strategies for APCP are set out in the APCP Five Year Plan.
The National Committee meet three times each year to ensure that the Association is effectively functioning in pursuance of these objectives and strategies.
APCP Executive Officers
The Executive Officers of APCP (Chair, Vice Chair and Treasurer) have responsibility for the business and financial management of the Association and for ensuring compliance with the APCP Constitution and with CSP procedures and governance.
The Executive Officers meet virtually each fortnight with members of the Administration Team.
All members of National Committee sit on one of the four National Sub-Committees. The Sub-Committees meet for an hour before each National Committee meeting.
Professional Development Group (PDG)
The PDG have specific responsibility for the development, implementation and monitoring of APCP's education and research strategies.
The objectives and strategies of the PDG are set out on the PDG 2020-2025 Plan.
Media and Information Committee
The Media and Information Committee have specific responsibility for the development, implementation and monitoring of APCP's media strategies.
The objectives and strategies of the Media and Information Committee are set out in the Media and Information Committee Five Year Plan.
Regional Representatives' Committee
The Regional Representatives meet to share information from the APCP Regions. As well as discussing APCP activities, the Regional Representatives may feedback local issues from the wider membership.
The objectives and strategies for APCP Regions is set out in the APCP Regions 2020-2025 Plan.
Information about the APCP Regions can be on the the APCP Regions pages.
Specialist Committee Representatives' Committee
The Specialist Committee Representatives' Committee meet to share information from the Specialist Committees' recent activities and to discuss ideas and difficulties to ensure that all Specialist Committees are working effectively towards meeting their objectives and strategies as set out in the Specialist Committee Representatives Five Year Plan for 2015-2020.
Information about the APCP Specialist Committee can be found on the Specialist Committee pages.
Who are the APCP Committee members?
All APCP Committee members are elected from amongst the wider membership and represent members from across the UK and with a wide range of clinical experience.
Members interested in joining one of the APCP Committees should look out for committee vacancy notices that will be posted on the website and flagged up in email bulletins.
The work and activities of APCP is supported by 3 members with previous committee experience, who are contracted to provide administration and operational services.