The Recertification Editorial Board is responsible for developing and implementing standards for AAPP’s approved BCPP recertification programming via the Clinical Application Series and Summit programming. Their responsibilities include speaker selection and communication, objectives design, curriculum review, test question review to ensure validity and reliability, and programming implementation and evaluation. (Meets: Virtually 1-hour monthly and in-person at Annual Meeting, Time Commitment: Average of 3-4 hours per month and 40 hours over course of the year, BCPP required).

Charges to the Recertification Editorial Board

Maintain quality of BCPP recertification products and processes. Note: Charges 1b through 1d will be completed largely by staff with work groups consisting of some RC and Recert Editorial Board members and some at large members.
Launch Recertification Programming on-time
Implement established policies and procedures designed to ensure recertification products and exams are valid, reliable, and of high quality
Survey BCPPs (members and non-members) about current products
Participate as needed in planning regarding new product development or current product revamping
Implement administrative changes to increase operational efficiency of recertification planning and implementation and to adhere to any changes in standards.
Under the direction of the BCPP Director, review and finalize the 7-year recertification plan to identify sessions/topics that will be covered each year. As part of this process, consider the Review Course content, new products, required BCPP domain coverage, and BPS requests
Plan and implement the Summit and CAS recertification products from needs assessment to implementation