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Communications Committee

The Communications Committee is responsible for presenting the image of NAPR to the rest of the healthcare community. It also oversees the newsletter and writes articles. 

Education Committee

The Education Committee oversees, promotes, and delivers all NAPR educational activities, including the Annual Convention, webinars, on-demand training, and the Certified Ethical Recruiter (CER) designation. The Education Committee also works with the Vendor Services Committee for program development, seeking sponsors and exhibitors. 

Ethics Committee

The Ethics Committee fields member inquiries concerning ethical recruitment practices. The Ethics Committee also reviewes and acts upon reported violations of the NAPR Code of Ethics and may initiate an investigation of apparent violations in accordance with policies and procedures established by and from time to time amended by the Board of Directors. 

Marketing and Research Committee

The Marketing and Research Committee oversees development and publication of the Physician Compensation Survey, the Industry Trends Survey, and other surveys, as needed.

Membership Committee

The Membership Committee is responsible for overseeing recruitment efforts and orienting and retaining members. It is also responsible for conducting member surveys, managing promotional activities, and reviewing and upating membership and renewal application forms, as necessary. 

Vendor Services Committee

The Vendor Services Committee shall serve as liaison to NAPR vendor members as well as recruit new vendor members.  The Vendor Services Committee shall be responsible for developing programs and services by which members can benefit through vendor discounts and collective purchasing.