Minority and Underrepresented (M/UR) Caucus Elections

APA has seven M/UR Caucuses open to all members who are interested in topics concerning psychiatrists or patients belonging to APA-recognized minority and underrepresented groups. Each M/UR Caucus elects their leadership. View the list of current M/UR caucuses and learn about the important work they do here.

The 2018 elections will take place after the 2018 Annual Meeting, May 3-9.

APA members must officially register for their desired caucus by April 30, 2018 to be eligible to participate in this year's elections. Membership in a caucus is free. A member may enroll in more than one M/UR caucus but may vote and/or hold elected office in only one. Register/Join a caucus by visiting your member profile here.
 

2018 M/UR Caucus Elections Open Leadership Positions

Caucus of American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian Psychiatrists:

  • Assembly Representative
  • Assembly Deputy Representative

Caucus of Hispanic Psychiatrists:

  • Assembly Representative
  • Assembly Deputy Representative
  • President
  • Secretary

Caucus of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning/Queer Psychiatrists (LGBTQ):

  • Assembly Representative
  • Assembly Deputy Representative

Caucus of Women Psychiatrists:

  • Assembly Representative
  • Assembly Deputy Representative
  • President

Nominations and Elections Processes

Details on the nominations process and election process will be provided to caucus members who register by April 30, 2018. For more information about APA caucuses and the upcoming elections, please contact Omar Davis in the APA Division of Diversity and Health Equity at: odavis@psych.org.

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About M/UR Caucuses

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