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Resolutions for 2018 House of Delegates now available online

Resolutions to be considered at the 2018 Wisconsin Medical Society House of Delegates (HOD) are now available online through the Society’s Virtual Reference Committees (VRCs).* The VRCs provide an opportunity for Society members who are unable to participate in the live Reference Committees to express their views and submit comments to foster greater discussion.

Comments must be submitted by 4 p.m. on March 23 for consideration by the Reference Committees, which will hold live hearings on March 24 beginning at 9 a.m. Following the Reference Committee hearings, committee members will convene in closed session to provide recommendations to the HOD on their respective items of business. Reports will be e-mailed to Delegates, Alternate Delegates and Society Officers, and made available to all members on the Society’s website in advance of the Annual Meeting. Members interested in serving on a Reference Committee are asked to e-mail Noreen Krueger for details.

All resolutions and comments will remain viewable to Society members through the HOD, which is part of the Society’s Annual Meeting April 14 in Madison.

More information about VRCs, including instructions, is here.

In addition to the VRCs and live Reference Committees, Society members have the opportunity to review and discuss resolutions prior to the Annual Meeting during district caucus meetings, which get underway Wednesday, February 28 (District 7). Click here* for a schedule and locations.

For more information about the 2018 Annual Meeting, including information about hotel accommodations, click here.* To download the HOD handbook in its entirety, click here.*

*(Member log-in is required to view resolutions and other Annual Meeting information. Click here to access the log-in page. Additional member log-in information is here.)

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