AMA Member Emeritus

L to R: Dr. Alison Clarke, AMA President, 2018-19 with 2019 AMA Member Emeritus award recipients Dr. Neil Cooper, Dr. Linda Slocombe, Dr. Michael Caffaro and Dr. Darryl LaBuick, and AMA Executive Director, Michael Gormley

The Member Emeritus award recognizes significant contributions to the goals and aims of the AMA, seniority and long-term membership. Further criteria is outlined below.

Awarded

  • Each year at Fall Representative Forum/Annual General Meeting (see Recent recipients, below). 

Criteria

Per the AMA Constitution and Bylaws, “A Member of the Association may be awarded the distinction of Member Emeritus, which shall recognize significant contributions to the goals and aims of the AMA, seniority and long-term membership based on criteria determined by the Board. Nominations will be made by the Nominating Committee or by a Full Member of the Association. The nominees shall be approved by a unanimous vote of the Board.”

  • A member must have 20 years (not necessarily consecutive) of involvement in AMA activities, including:
    • Committee work (internal AMA or appointment to external committees)
    • Representative Forum
    • Board of Directors
    • Section executive
    • Zone Medical Staff Association/Regional Medical Organization executive
    • Liaison with other medical organizations

Deadline for nominations

While nominations are made by the Nominating Committee, members are welcome to nominate an AMA member for Member Emeritus.

The deadline for nominations is February 15.

For more information, contact:

Annette Ross
Administrative Assistant, Public Affairs
Alberta Medical Association 
T 780.482.0312
Toll-free 1.800.272.9680 ext. 3312
Annette.Ross@albertadoctors.org

Recent recipients

2019

2018

2017

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