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IAPO Governing Board nomination 2017 - Form
Penney Cowan, from American Chronic Pain Association, asks what would have happened if Prince had access to pain relief, proper pain management and freedom from stigma around pain?
During June 2016, several IAPO representatives attended the BIO International Convention in San Francisco, California. Developments in San Francisco’s Genomic Valley promise to have a ‘disruptive’ effect on current drug research, the development process, and the way the...
IAPO Chair Jolanta Bilinska thanks Durhane Wong-Rieger and Robert Johnstone for their time on IAPO’s Governing Board.
We say goodbye to our Policy Manager Alison Lightbourne, who has left IAPO after 18 months in the role.
We would like to thank both KP Tsang and Eva Maria Ruiz de Castilla, who have left the IAPO Governing Board after many years of service.
We welcome Victoria Gilbert, our new Member Engagement and Policy Officer, who will be working to increase consultation and involvement with all of our members in the coming months.
2015 has been a year of great change for IAPO, with new staff, new Board members, new members and new perspectives on our work.
Thanking Carol Bennett, IAPO Board member and Rose de Mendonça, Interim Senior Membership Officer, after their time with IAPO.
We are pleased to announce two new opportunities to work with IAPO. Apply to become our new Member Engagement and Policy Officer or our new Research and Policy Officer.
Paloma Tejada , Senior Manager, Rare Diseases International, shares some advice - including top tips, challenges and successes - for creating a global network.
This August brings a number of significant changes to the IAPO Governing Board. We thank our departing Chair and two Board Members and welcome our new Chair and two other additions to the Board.
We thank Rebecca Johnson, Partnerships Manager, and Stephen McMahon, Interim Chief Executive Officer, for their contributions to IAPO. We also welcome Ziede Mesonyte as our new Operations Coordinator and Rose de Mendonça as our new Senior Membership Officer.
The past few months have seen a number of changes at IAPO.
Our new strategic plan, 'Leading, advancing, empowering – IAPO’s Strategic Plan 2015-2017' is now available. Our theme will continue to be universal health coverage .
IAPO is looking for an Operations Director to support the governance and operational work of IAPO over the next six months.
Job vacancy: IAPO is looking for a new Chief Executive Officer to start in 2015. The closing date for applications is Monday 19 January 2015.
We say goodbye to our Chief Executive Officer Jo Groves and our Operations Director Linda Craig. We welcome Stephen McMahon as our interim Chief Executive Officer.