Health Professionals Advisory Board
Under the Boundary Waters Treaty of 1909, the Health Professionals Advisory Board was established in 1995 to provide advice to the International Joint Commission and its Boards about current and emergent clinical and public health issues in the area of transboundary environmental health.
The Health Professionals Advisory Board is also responsible for developing recommendations concerning ways in which the communication of transboundary environmental health knowledge and information could be made more effective.
Open Call for Public (Nongovernmental) Candidates to serve on the HPAB
Are you interested in helping guide the future of Canada-US cooperation on protecting and restoring the Great Lakes Basin Ecosystem? The International Joint Commission (IJC) is seeking talented and dedicated individuals from a variety of disciplines to help it develop advice to the governments on the implementation of the binational Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement. The IJC is accepting self-nominations for its Great Lakes Water Quality Board, Great Lakes Science Advisory Board and Health Professionals Advisory Board.