The Oregon Medical Board and its Acupuncture Advisory Committee
are seeking letters of interest and curricula vitae (CV) from licensed
acupuncturists interested in serving on the Committee.
The Committee is composed of three acupuncturists, two physicians,
and one member of the Board. The term of office is three years, and members may
be reappointed to serve a second term. The Committee meets two times each year,
with additional meetings or conference calls if necessary.
The Committee's purpose is to help ensure that safe, professional
acupuncturists serve the
people of Oregon. The Committee reviews materials and makes recommendations to
the Board on the following issues:
• Applications submitted to the Board for a license to practice
• Education and training
requirements for licensure,
• Standards of professional responsibility and practice,
• Standards for clinical supervisors and trainees,
• Issues related to the practice of acupuncture in Oregon.
The Committee does
not represent any acupuncture-related professional society, organization or
educational institution, and the Committee has no role in setting curricula for
training programs. While the Committee welcomes input from the public, Committee
members themselves may not bring any political or personal agendas to their
role. The Committee's recommendations are founded on the Medical Practice Act
and the Oregon Administrative Rules on acupuncture.
Interested applicants may submit a CV and a letter of interest addressing the following areas:
• Educational/training/practice experience in acupuncture or Oriental Medicine,
• Any committee or team experience, and
• Interest in serving as a member on the Acupuncture Advisory
Application materials must be submitted to the Board at 1500 S.W. First Ave., Suite 620, Portland, OR 97201 or
by May 16, 2016. The Committee will interview interested acupuncturists during its meeting on June 3, 2016.
EMS ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Oregon Medical Board (Board) and its EMS Advisory Committee (Committee) are
seeking letters of interest and curricula vitae (CV) from a member of the
public interested in serving on the Committee.
interested candidate must not be employed as a health professional and must not
have a spouse, domestic partner, child, parent, or sibling who is employed as a
The Committee is composed of two physician members, three EMS members, and one
public member. The term of office is three years, and members may serve no more
than two terms. The Committee meets four times a year with additional meetings
or conference calls if necessary.
The Committee’s purpose and major objective is to help ensure the availability
of safe, professional medical services to the people of Oregon. The Committee
makes recommendations to the Board on matters of scope of practice for all
levels of emergency medical services providers and requirements and duties of
supervising physicians. The Board then contemplates final action based upon
Interested applicants may submit a CV or resume and a letter of interest
addressing the following areas:
or professional background,
• Any committee or team experience,
Interest in serving as a member on the EMS Advisory Committee.
Application materials must be submitted to the Board at 1500 S.W. First Ave.,
Suite 620, Portland, OR 97201 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Committee will interview interested applicants and forward recommendations
for a new member to the Board. The Board will appoint the new member to the
Committee at its regular meeting.