MSNJ ANNUAL MEETING – May 13-15, 2011

Resolutions:
Resolutions must be submitted to MSNJ by March 1, 2011.  Resolutions will be submitted by individuals to their county societies. The county societies then will determine which resolutions to submit for consideration by the HoD. Emergency resolutions will be accepted from county societies and the BoT, in writing, via e-mail, to resolutions@msnj.org by April 22, 2011 and will be posted on the MSNJ web site.

Reference Committees:
Reference Committee(s) hearings will take place via conference call on April 13 and 14, 2011.  Anyone wishing to discuss a resolution rather than responding in writing will be given the opportunity at this time. The Reference Committee(s) report(s) will be sent to the county executives and the Board of Trustees via e-mail and will be posted on the MSNJ web site by April 21, 2011.

Elections:
The MSNJ Nominating Committee will meet on Sunday, February 27 at 12:00 P.M. The nominating committee will recommend candidates.  If you are interested in running for any elected office please contact your county medical society to express your interest.
New this year, MSNJ will elect a Speaker and a Vice Speaker. Previously, these positions were appointed by the President. A bylaw amendment approved by the House of Delegates last year now requires these positions to be elected.  Terms are one (1) year and the positions are elected annually.
For more annual meeting and election information click here.

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About MSNJ

Founded in 1766, the Medical Society of New Jersey is the oldest professional society in the United States. The organization and its dues-paying members are dedicated to a healthy New Jersey, working to ensure the sanctity of the physician–patient relationship. In representing all medical disciplines, MSNJ advocates for the rights of patients and physicians alike, for the delivery of the highest quality medical care. This allows response to the patients’ individual, varied needs, in an ethical and compassionate environment, in order to create a healthy Garden State and healthy citizens.

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