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학회회칙

사단법인 대한통합암학회의 학회회칙입니다.


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Chapter 1. General provision

Article 1 (Denomination)

The current society is named as the Korean Society of Integrative Oncology(KSIO)

Article 2 (Office)

The office of the KSIO shall be located in Seoul and regional branches could be arranged.

Article 3 (Objective)

Purpose of KSIO is to improve public health through research and provision of system and to communicate between members of the society.


Chapter 2. Projects

Artocle 4 (Projects)

Following projects will be carried out to fulfill the objective of KSIO.

a. Issues on effectiveness and proof of safeness of KSIO
b. Issues on research and academic lectures of KSIO
c. Issues on education and provision of KSIO
d. Issues on training education and credentialing of KSIO
e. Issues on systemic establishments and protecting rights and interests of KSIO members.
f. Issues on the publications of academic journals and related literatures.
g. Issues on interations and communications between other associations.
h. other necessary issues in obtaining the objectives of the association


Chapter 3. Members

Article 5 (Composition of members)

KSIO members are composed of regular members, associate members, honorary members and special members.

Article 6 (Qualification of members)

a. regular members: licensed physicians of Korean who agree on the objectives of the association and have finished an established entrance procedure.
b. associate members: qualified personnels who work on the related field who agree upon the objectives of the association and approved by the Board of directors after finishing an established entrance procedure.
c. honorary memebers: regular members who have made a significant contribution to KSIO and 65years old or older.
d. special members: person or association who agree upon the objectives of the association and have made contribution to KSIO

Article 7 (Registration)

a. regular members and special members: must be approved by Board members after submitting required document, attendance fee.
b. honorary members: must be recommended by Board member and approved by the Board of directors.

Article 8 (Rights and duties)

a. regular members and special members who are less than 65 years old should pay specified amount of membership fee.
b. regular members and honorary members have voting rights, electoral eligibility and other established franchise rights. special members do not have them.
c. all members have right to receive journals and other publications of KSIO and to participate in academic conventions or other meetings.
d. all members should follow KSIO rules and regulations.

Article 9 (Disqualification of members)

following members would be disqualified from KSIO after Board approval.

a. anyone who violates medical ethics or law and sentenced imprisonment or worse.
b. anyone who violates objectives of KSIO.
c. anyone who wishes to withdraw

Article 10 (Restoration of qualification)

If someone disqualified from KSIO wants to become a member, he/she must follow same steps as first time.


Chapter 4. Officials

Article 11 (Officials)

The KSIO designates the following officials.

a. advisor : a few
b. president: 1
c. chairman: 1
d. vice-president: about 5
e. board of directors: about 20
f. finance manager :2
g. councilor : about 50

Article 12 (Advisor)

for advicement on management and board council, KSIO can appoint experienced personnel as an advisor.

Article 13 (Terms of officials)

a. KSIO president and chairman serve two years and serve another term only once more.
b. anyone who is elected to fill vacancy serves until predecessor's term
c. councils not including officials can serve consecutive term.

Article 14 (Election of officials)

a. president, chairman and finance manager are elected in regular council meeting and reported in regular general meeting.
b. in case of vacancy of president, chairman and finance manager, new officials are elected in temporary council meeting and reported in temporary general meeting.
c. vice-president and board of director members are chosen by the chairman.
d. advisors are chosen by board of director members.
e. council members are chosen by board of director and are approved in general council meeting.

Article 15 (Obligations of officials)

a. advisor must respond to officials' request for development of KSIO
b. president is a representative of KSIO, and speaker of regular of temporary council meetings. he also has right to votes as a member of Board of directors. In case of chairman's vacancy, president must carry out as a chairman until new chairman is elected in temporary council meeting.
c. chairman is in charge of all affairs of KSIO, a speaker of Board of directors, and arranges academic conventions. He also serves as a president in case of vacancy until new president is elected in temporary council meeting.
d. finance manager is in charge of finaces and reports status to regular general meetings after approval from councils.
e. vice-president supports president and chairmans
f. vice-president serves as a president in case of vacancy


Chapter 5. Organization

Articel 16 (Composition)

KSIO is composed of following organizations.

a. general meeting
b. Board of directors
c. Council meeting

Article 17 (General meeting)

a. regular general meeting is held once a year by the call of the president on period of academic convention
b. temporary general meeting is held with 1/3 or more of regular members' request or with chairman's/president's/Board of director's request.
c. KSIO's president is a speaker of general meeting
d. the general meeting is established by attending members, and decisions are made by the approval more than half of the attending members. In case of a tie, the president of the meeting makes a decision.

Article 18 (Objective of general meeting)

General meeting must report following issues.

a. issues on amendment of bylaws and regulations
b. issues on elections of the president, chairman and finance manager.
c. isuues on impeachment of the president, chairman and finance manager.
d. issues on election of council members.
e. issues on financial status.
f. issues on expenditure exceeding the budget
g. issues on a budget surplus
h. issues on forming new regional branches
i. other urgent issues that cannot be decided in council meeting or the Board of directors.

Article 19 (Board of directors)

the Board of directors is composed of chairman, president and vice-president

Article 20 (Board meeting)

a. general Board meeting is held four times a year by the call of the chairman
b. temporary Board meeting is held with 1/3 or more of Board members' request or with chairman's request
c. KSIO's chairman is the speaker of the Board
d. the general Board meeting is established by attending Board members, and decisions are made by the approval more than half of the attending members. In case of a tie, the speaker of the meeting makes a decision.

Article 21 (Objectives of the Board)

a. the Board of directors approve, decide and discharge following issues.

1) issues on projects and affairs
2) issues on finance
3) issues on holding a academic convention
4) issues on selecting advisor
5) issues on qualification and disqualification of a member.
6) issues on entrance fee, annual fee and penalties.
7) issues on requesting temporary general meeting and/or Board meeting
8) other issues transferred from regular/temporary meetimng.

b. the Board must decide following issues and get approval from Council members.

1) issues on amendment of bylaws and regulations
2) issues on financial status.
3) issues on expenditure exceeding the budget
4) issues on election of council members.
5) issues on forming new regional branches
6) issues on a budget surplus
7) other urgent issues that the Board cannot decide
8) other issues that are related to the meeting

Article 22 (Composition of the Council)

The council is comprised by the members who fit to each riteria.

a. regular member of the association for the last three or more years, an associate professor or equivalent, who meets the qualifications (or overqualifies) and the relevant careers. The number of councilors is set to be 50 or so.
b. President, vice-president, chairman, director, finance manager shall become official councilors. The service term is set as 2 years and could be reappointed once or 2 times.
However, when an individual who meets the qualification wishes to become an elective councilor, one should pass an election process set by the association before the expiration of the term.
c. Elected councilor shall serve a two-year term and could be reappointed once or 2 times. An individual who meets the qualification should be recommended by 3 councilors and present resume of the candidate to the secretary director one month before regular association meeting. One should be approved at regular council meeting after the board of directors decide on deliberation.
d. Any councilor who has failed to attend three consecutive council meetings (regular or temporary) without proper reasons shall be disqualified automatically.

Article 23 (Council meeting)

a. Regular council meeting shall be held once a year by the call of the president
b. Temporary council meeting may be called by the request of 1/3 of councilors or by the request of the president or chairmen
c. The president of the association becomes the head of the council meeting
d. The council meeting is established by the attendance of more than half of enrolled councilors, and decisions are made by the approval of more than half of attending councilors. In case of a tie, the head of the meeting shall decide the issue.

Article 24 (Issues of decision)

a. issues on the election of president, chairman, and finance manager
b. issues on the by-election of president, chairman, and finance manager
c. issues on the impeachment of president, chairman, and finance manager
d. issues on the decision of processing surplus money
e. issues on the approval of election of councilors
f. issues on the approval of revision and abolition of the bylaws and regulations
g. issues on the approval of audit including budget and account setting
h. issues on the approval of execution of finances which exceeds budget
i. issues on the approval of regional branches
j. issues that were submitted to discussion by the board of directors
k. issues concerning the association


Chapter 6. Finance

Article 25 (Finance Income)

The finance of the association shall be supplied by the following income

a. admittance fee and annual membership fee
b. Various kinds of training fee and academic conference/symposium fee
c. subsidies and donations
d. Other incomes

Article 26 (Fiscal year)

The fiscal year of the association begins on January 1st and ends on December 31 of the same year

Article 27 (Management of the property)

The chairman manages the overall property of the association and cash is to be deposited at financial institution under the name of the association or chairman.

Article 28 (Execution of finances)

a. The budget on project plans of the fiscal year which decided at the board of directors shall be executed by the chairman after the council has given its’ approval. (after the approval of the council)
b. The execution on the finances which exceeds budget is to be executed by the chairman after passing the decision of the board of directors, and should be approved by the council.

Article 29 (Notification of finances)

The issues on budget and account setting of the association should be drawn up by the relevant director and financial director, be audited, pass through the approval of the council, report to general association meeting, and be notified on the publication published by the association.

Article 30 (Execution of surplus money)

a. Surplus money earned by symposium or other profitable business of the association shall be all used for the association’s own business, and not be distributed to the members.
b. When the meeting dissolves, residual money and properties shall be be vested in Korean academy of medical sciences after being approved by the council


Chapter 7. Affairs of the association

Article 31 (Secretary director)

The secretary director supports the work of chairman and takes care of general affairs, recording, property control, management of members and office workers, and other affairs related to conduct of projects

Article 32 (Academic director)

The academic director becomes the head of the academic committee and takes care of overall affairs related to symposium, supplement education and research.

Article 33 (Publication director)

The publication director becomes the head of the publication committee and takes care of affairs related to publication of journals and all publications of the association.

Article 34 (Research and verification director)

The research and verification director becomes the head of the research and verification committee and takes care of affairs on development and verification of research related to integrative oncology.

Article 35 (Training education director)

The training education director becomes the head of the training education committee and takes care of affairs related to training education of the integrative oncology.

Article 36 (Notification director)

The notification director becomes the head of the notification office and takes care of affairs on notification of the recognition of the integrative oncology

Article 37 (Public relation director)

The public relation director becomes the head of the public relation committee and takes care of affairs on public relation and casting.

Article 38 (The information director)

The information director becomes the head of the information committee and takes care of homepage management, collection and contribution of various kinds of medical information.

Article 39 (Legislation director)

The legislation director becomes the head of the legislation committee and takes care of affairs on establishment and abolishment of bylaws and regulations, along with oncology related laws.

Article 40 (Planning and Policy director)

The planning and policy director becomes the head of the Planning and Policy committee and takes care of planning and policy affairs related to the integrative oncology.

Article 41 (Insurance director)

The insurance director becomes the head of the insurance committee, and takes care of affairs related to medical fee and health insurance.

Article 42 (Financial director)

The financial director takes care of affairs on financial management, fund management, and other necessary affairs concerned with the management of the association including compilation of budget and account setting

Article 43 (External cooperation director)

The external cooperation director becomes the head of the external cooperation committee and takes care of affairs on external cooperation of the association.

Article 44 (Director without portfolio)

The director without portfolio takes care of affairs entrusted by the chairman.

Article 45 (Committee)

The association may establish the following committees affiliated with the board of directors for the conduct of projects.

a. Committees of each departments of the association
b. Committee of verification of the integrative oncology
c. Committee of department with expertise
d. Other committees : other committees could be established when the chairman deems necessary.

Article 46 (Service term of the Committee)

The service term of the committee is equal to the board members


Chapter 8. Executive office

Article 47 (Executive office and Officers)

The association may establish an executive office to conduct business of the affiliated organizations, and employ paid or unpaid officers.


Chapter 9. Regulations and Rules

Article 48 (Regulations and Rules)

The association has the following regulations and rules to set necessary issues of bylaws

a. Regulations on committees of each departments, committee of verification of the integrative oncology, and committee of department with expertise
b. Regulations on rewards
c. Regulations on treatment and personnel affairs of the association
d. Regulations on installment and management of regional branches
e. Regulations on other matters decided at the board of directors


Chapter 10. Supplementary rules

Article 49. (Rules for operation)

The association sets the rules for operation which deems necessary for the operation of bylaws

Article 50 (Regulations and Rules)

The association sets the following regulations and rules

a. Regulations on committees of each departments, committee of verification of the integrative oncology, and committee of department with expertise
b. Regulations on rewards
c. Regulations on treatment and personnel affairs of the association
d. Regulations on installment and management of regional branches
e. Regulations on other matters decided at the board of directors

Article 51 (Provision)

Issues that are absent in the provisions of the association shall be executed by the article and civil laws, or customary cases


Article 1 (Execution)

The provisions of the association is executed from the date of the inaugural assembly

Article 2 (Election of inaugural executives)

The first president, chairman, finance manager and advisor shall be elected at the meeting of initiators, and be approved by th inaugural assembly.

Article 3 (Execution of revised provisions)

The revised provisions shall be executed from the date of the approval at the general meeting.