Who is part of the Executive Committee?
A minimum of 2 positions on the Committee will be reserved for patient representitives, 2 for academia and 2 for industry. It is suggested that Committees adopt a 3+2+2 composition or a 2+2+2 composition giving the patient chair a casting vote. In selecting their Committee, an ENP should be mindful of the tripartite partnership which EUPATI embraces. The Committee can revise the composition of the Committee at any time, based on a consensus vote, providing that there is always a majority of positions reserved for patient and academic representatives. A maximum of 10 members should sit on the Committee at any one time.
What is the function of the executive committee?
The Functions of the Committee will be:
- To move the ENP towards the realisation of its strategic objectives and plan, that will be defined by the Executive Committee in close collaboration with the Advisory Committee;
- To maintain and grow a diverse, active and united ENP membership;
- To make programmatic and logistical preparations for ENP events;
- To create Sub-Committees to engage in research, explore policy options and recommend action plans;
- To sign partnership agreements on behalf of the ENP;
- To develop or sign policy statements and other documents on behalf of the ENP;
- To represent the views of the ENP with sponsors, funders, media and other key stakeholders;
- To set the agenda for the Annual Meeting;
- To monitor and evaluate ENP progress against work plans and budgets;
- To ensure members comply with the provisions of this Statute.
Who should committee members represent?
The Committee members do not sit on the committee as representatives of their particular organisation, institution or company or as representatives of their disease, research or drug area. Committee members must represent their interest group with independence, objectivity and commitment.
How many times does the executive committee meet?
It is advised that the executive committee meets at least once a quarter.