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Board Appointment Information - Updated February 2014

There is currently 1 Pharmacist position and 1 public member position available.

Prior to the 2009 legislative session,  Board members were limited to serving no more than two consecutive four-year terms. Under the current law, the term limit has been removed and an interested Board member may reapply and be reappointed as many times as a governor chooses to do so.
 
The Board of Pharmacy, by law, is composed of seven members, including five pharmacists and two public members who are not pharmacists. Members are appointed by the governor and confirmed by the state Senate to serve a four-year term on the Board, and they may be reappointed.
 
To be qualified for the pharmacist member position a person must at the time of appointment be an Oregon resident, be licensed in good standing to practice pharmacy in the state, be engaged in the practice of pharmacy in the state, and have at least five years experience in the practice of pharmacy in the state after licensure. 
 
To be qualified for the public member position, a person must have attained the age of majority, must not have been a former member of the profession of pharmacy, must not and never have had any material financial interest in the providing of pharmacy service, and must not have engaged in any activity directly related to the practice of pharmacy. The public member must not be the spouse, domestic partner, child, parent, or sibling of a pharmacist. Any qualified Oregon citizen may apply for the public member position.
 
Under Oregon Law, ORS 689.115 The Oregon Pharmacy Act, Board members required to be licensed pharmacists may be selected by the governor from a list of three to five nominees for each vacancy, submitted by a task force assembled by the Oregon State Pharmacy Association (OSPA) to represent all of the interested pharmacy groups. However, the OSPA endorsement is not a necessary component of the Governors appointment. 
 
If you are qualified and interested in being considered for a position on the Board, you may contact the OSPA office or contact the Governor’s Office of Executive Appointments directly by phone or online. For more information, interest forms, and instructions, see the governor’s Web page on Appointments, Boards & Commissions at http://www.oregon.gov/gov/pages/boards.aspx


 
For more information please contact:
 
Kendall Clawson, Director, Executive Appointments 
 
Judge Kemp, Executive Appointments Assistant

Phone:  (503) 378-2317
Fax:  (503) 373-0840 
 

Committees, Research Councils & Work Groups
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Board and Other Pharmacist Appointments 
  
Please click here for a list of all of the Board appointed and other pharmacist representatives and their appointments.

There is currently one appointment vacant for the Council on Optometric Nontopical Formulary.

The Oregon Board of Pharmacy has the responsibility for one appointment to the Council on Optometric Nontopical Formulary. The current appointment has expired. If you are a pharmacist and would like to be considered for this appointment, please submit a letter of interest as well as your Curriculum Vitae (CV) or resume to the Board by May 12, 2014.  Please note that only pharmacists licensed by the Board of Pharmacy or a person with an advanced degree in pharmacology or pharmacognosy may be appointed by the Board of Pharmacy.
 
Per Oregon Administrative Rule 683.240(2) after public hearings, the Council shall determine the substances to be included in the Optometric Nontopical Formulary that may be used by an optometrist under ORS 683.010 (3). The Council shall review the formulary periodically. Immediately upon adoption or revision of the formulary, the Council shall transmit the approved formulary to the Oregon Board of Optometry. The Board shall adopt the formulary or a portion of the formulary. If the Council approves protocols for the use of a nontopical pharmaceutical agent and the Board adopts the portion of the formulary listing that agent, the Board must also adopt those protocols. The Board may not expand or add to the formulary submitted for adoption in any manner.
 
The Council meets at the request of the chair or at the request of two or more members of the Council and consists of seven members. Each member serves a two year term and is eligible for reappointment.

 

If you are interested in being involved on a Research Council, Rules Advisory Committee, Work Group, or as a Board pharmacist representative for another Board or Commission, please contact the Board at pharmacy.board@state.or.us or 971-673-0001.
    
Click here for a list of currently active Board committees, councils & work groups.