This Technical Committee is comprised of :
- - The referring physicians of the CIC-P who take on the role of chairman in turn according to the terms defined by the internal regulations
- - The principal investigators from the various units
- - The representatives of the approved units and teams with activities that fall under the scope of clinical research designated by their respective unit or team manager.
- - A DRCI representative
- - A member of the CME
- - Two representatives of the Faculty of Medicine (the dean or his representative and a member of the science council)
- - A representative of the university’s science council
- - A representative from the technical staff responsible for coordination within each component, designated by the referring physician from each component of the CIC-P
- - Scientific advisors competent in clinical research designated by the coordinator, at the suggestion of the referring physicians from each component of the CIC-P.
The Technical Committee can designate up to three extra members, chosen according to their skills. They have an advisory role.
The director of the hospital, the director of INSERM and the vice-chancellor of the university, or their representative, attend the Technical Committee’s sessions in an advisory role.
The nominative and qualitative composition of the Technical Committee can be found in Appendix 1 of the present agreement. This appendix is kept up to date by the CIC-P Coordinator, who will immediately inform the signing parties of any modifications to this appendix.
Plenary composition of the Technical Committee :
- - Elaborates the CIC-P's internal regulations
- - Establishes the follow-up report referred to in Article 15, which it sends to the Parties
- - Issues advice and proposals on the evolutions of the CIC-P’s strategic and scientific orientations, especially with respect to the follow-up reports
- - Decides on the implementation of the proposed research projects, in total or in part, within the framework of the CIC-P
The Technical Committee is placed under the responsibility of the chief investigator. Every member of the Technical Committee has the right to vote.
The Technical Committee meets as required, and is convened at least once a year by the chief investigator. The invitation is sent out at least a fortnight before the planned date for the session and is accompanied by the agenda.
The Technical Committee can only legitimately convene if at least half of its members are present. The Technical Committee’s operates according to consensus. If necessary, opinions, proposals and decisions are adopted by the absolute majority vote of the members present. If the votes are tied, the chief investigator has the casting vote.