By Mark Land, M.S., RAC, AAHP President
The AAHP Board met in August to review accomplishments in 2023 and make plans for 2024. Last month, I wrote about the topics of that discussion. This month, I would like to give you a sneak peek at the projects the Board agreed on for 2024. I say sneak peek because while the Board agreed on several projects, we would like your input on these projects and priorities. The association fielded a survey of members last month asking for advice on priorities of our programs and projects. Link to the survey is below if you haven’t had a chance to complete it yet.
2023 Important Dates
Sept. 20, Noon EDT: AAHP-HRI Research Webinar (virtual)
Sept. 20, 6:15 EDT: AAHP Industry Reception (hybrid)
Oct. 12, Noon EDT: Semiannual Membership Meeting (virtual)
Oct. 18, Noon EDT: GMP Seminar (virtual)
Dec. 7, Noon EST: Town Hall (virtual)
2024 Important Dates
March 8, 11 a.m. EST: Annual Membership Meeting (virtual)
March: Water Treatment Systems Seminar (virtual)
May: HPUS Update Webinar (virtual)
June: GMP Summit (hybrid)
- Name Change: American Association for Homeopathic Products
- Research: Safety of homeopathic medicines; household use of homeopathic medicines
- Support the work of the Homeopathic Research Institute (HRI).
- Develop research summaries for use by member companies.
- Engagement: Two Town Halls.
- Educational: Three educational events (see above).
- Organization: Additional administrative staff.
- Regulatory: Engage with FDA through educational events and in person meetings.
- Legislative: Engage with legislative offices on homeopathic issues.
The board has established an overarching goal of transparency. Part of that goal is asking members to participate in the Association’s decision-making process. Click here to help the board prioritize the objectives of the Association. This quick 7 question survey is multiple choice but options for open-ended responses allow you to add topics or thoughts.
Learn more about AAHP’s accomplishments and projects at the Semiannual Membership Meeting on Oct. 12.