Nominations Invited for International Board Directors

openEHR News | May 20, 2024, 8:28 a.m.

Nominations are now open for the following Director positions on the openEHR International Board: 

  • Organisational Member (currently Jordi Piera Jiménez)
  • Industry Partner (currently Tomaz Gornik)
  • Individual / Professional Member (currently John Meredith)

Existing Board members may re-stand for nomination should they wish to do so.

All Nominations must:

  • Be an existing Individual/Professional Member in order to nominate themselves or another member in this category.
  • Be an employee of a current Industry Partner in order to nominate themselves or another Industry Partner.
  • Be an employee of a current Organisational member in order to nominate themselves or another organisational member.
  • Provide the name and level of nominees plus the name of a member who will support their nomination. This is intended purely to discourage frivolous nominations and members may support multiple nominations if they wish.
  • Provide a brief biography and position statement.

Nominations will close on the 3rd June 2024

Submit yourself or nominate another member HERE


Election / voting period 4th - 28th June 2024
Following closure of nominations and once candidates have confirmed they will stand for election, information will be collated and details on how to vote for those nominees will be provided. Voting will take place from around 4th to 28th June 2024 and members will be notified when voting opens.

After the election / voting is closed, the votes will be counted by three members of the current Board and a tally agreed.  In the event of a tie (and only in the event of a tie) the second preferences of each voter will be taken into account. In the very unlikely event that the election is still tied, the Board will have a casting vote.

Results communicated to those elected early July 2024, and once the new Director Board positions have been confirmed and accepted, the results will be announced to the full community.

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