ESOP Declaration 2000
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ESOP - Constitution

1. Name
The name of the Society shall be the European Society of Oncology Pharmacy, hereby known as ESOP.

2. Financial Year
The financial year shall be the calendar year

3. Aim
The aim of ESOP is to support optimal treatment for cancer patients.

4. Objectives
4.1. to develop and promote clinical and oncology pharmacy practice through:
- education and training
- safe handling and administration of drugs
- quality management
- research and development
- pharmaceutical care
4.2. To make information on knowledge and achievements in cancer treatment and activities available to the public.
4.3. To spread the information by publications, professional activities as well as educational lectures an seminars.

5. Membership
5.1. Membership can be granted to European oncology pharmacy practitioners and others willing to pursue the aim and the objectives of ESOP.
5.2 The ESOP as federation is based on national groups or associations for oncology pharmacy in Europe.
5.3 The national groups or associations shall pay a fee for each member. The fee to be paid shall be decided upon by the delegate assembly.

6. The delegate assembly
6.1. the delegate assembly is the highest organ of ESOP.
6.2. The delegate assembly shall be held at least every three years, with the secretariat deciding the exact date.
6.3 Notice in writing of the date together with an agenda of the delegate assembly shall be sent to all delegates not less than thirty days prior to the date fixed for the meeting.
6.4. Every European country has the right to announce a delegate as a representative member of the delegate assembly.
6.5 The members of the delegate assembly shall make decisions under legal EU condition by majority rule on the base of one country one vote.
6.6. Election of the Secretariat shall be held at the delegate assembly, at least every 3 years.

7. The Secretariat
7.1. The Secretariat shall consist of a minimum of three persons, as follows:
(i) President
(ii) Vice-President
(iii) Secretary
7.2 Decisions of the secretariat shall be made unanimously.
7.3. The secretariat shall be responsible for the management of the Society and shall carry out all decisions made by the delegate assembly.

8. Change of constitution
The constitution of ESOP may be changed by a three-quarters majority of those present at a delegate assembly.

9. Dissolution
The ESOP may be dissolved by a three-quarter majority of all delegates.

10. Liquidation
The members of the Secretariat shall carry out the liquidation.

Hamburg, 01/27/2006

Robert Terkola
Austria
Isabelle Glorieux
Belgium
Irena Netiková
Czech Republic
Vesna Pavlica
Croatia
S. Theophanous-Kitiri
Cyprus
Eva Honore
Denmark
Klaus Meier
Germany
Ioanna Saratsiotou
Greece
Franca Goffredo
Italy
Camille Groos
Luxembourg
Agnes Jarmolovicz
Poland
Jerzy Lazwoski
Poland
Monica Sonc
Slovenia
Monique Ackermann
Switzerland
Per Hartwig
Sweden
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