Seven Major Councils Established In Revamping of Academy Structure
The Board of Directors of the American Academy of Dermatology, responding to expressed desires of its membership for increased participation in Academy affairs, has approved plans for significant changes in the organizational structure. The Board, at a specially called meeting held in Dallas last September, acted to recommend the creation of a streamlined organizational structure consisting of seven major Councils designed to make the Academy more responsive to the interests and requirements of AAD members.Each of the Councils, which report to the Board, would be charged with recommending specific projects, establishing committees and project groups as required to carry out its functions, and with overseeing and reviewing the work of its committees and project groups. Council chairmen would be appointed by the President with approval by the Board.In announcing the Board action, AAD President Rudolf L. Baer, M.D., said
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