Leadership

COMMITTEES
Terms of Reference (for Committees and Appointees)

Purpose & Development

Purpose

The terms of reference provided for committees and appointees shall be primarily for guidance and shall only be restrictive if explicitly so stated.

Development & Change

The development and modification of terms of reference for standing committees and appointees shall normally be the responsibility of the Board unless specifically directed otherwise by a Constituent Meeting.

The terms of reference for special, or ad hoc, committees shall normally be developed and modified by the appointing Officer, or body.

Committee Members are encouraged to refer to the following Timeline Chart to prepare for upcoming meeting.

Link to>> Conference Timeline Flowchart

 

STANDING COMMITTEES 2018-2019

Constitution and By-laws Committee

Chair

David Bartlett, United Kingdom

Members

Limor Avivi-Arber, Canada
Kazuyoshi Baba, Japan
Mario Bresciano, Italy
Nico Creugers, Netherlands
Nicola Zitzmann, Switzerland

Duties

  1. It shall be the duty of the Constitution and By-laws Committee to be familiar with the provisions of the Constitution, By-laws, Rules of Order and Terms of Reference of the College, and to recommend amendments in the best interests of the College.
  2. The committee shall consider all proposed amendments to the Constitution and By-laws and shall submit them with recommendations to the membership for action at a constituent meeting or by mail.

Membership Committee

Chair

Dale Howes, South Africa

Members

David Bartlett, United Kingdom
Franco Bassi, Italy
Steven Eckert, USA
Marcio Lima Grossi, Brazil
Xinquan Jiang, China
Balendra Singh, India
Ami Smidt, Israel
Meriting Thokoane, South Africa

Duties

  1. It shall be the duty of the Membership Committee to examine the qualifications of applicants for Constituent, Life and Affiliate membership, and approve or deny admission to membership in keeping with the By-laws.
  2. The Membership Committee shall also consider applications for Organisational membership and nominations for Honorary membership and make recommendations to the Board regarding approval.
  3. The Membership Committee shall also have a mandate to identify and recruit qualified persons for membership.

Instructions/Information on Membership Process

Nominating Committee

Chair

Jun-Suk Han, South Korea

Members

Nico Creugers, Netherlands
Mario Bresciano, Italy
Sreenivas Koka, USA
Nicola Zitzmann, Switzerland

Duties

  1. The Nominating Committee shall make nominations for all positions of officers and councilors of the College.
  2. Written nominations for all positions of officers and councilors are to be delivered to the Secretary at least 90 days before the date for notification by the Secretary of the constituent meeting at which elections are to be held.
  3. The Nominating Committee shall assist the Presidents, if requested, in the selection of members for committees or other positions serving the College.
  4. The Nominating Committee shall select only those candidates who fulfill the following criteria: Candidates must:
        - have been members of the college for at least six continuous years
        - have attended at least two meetings Candidates should:
        - have demonstrated active participation at some level in the college       (committee participation, committee chair activity, program chair, some       other level of activity)
        - have shown leadership ability and experience in other national and       international organizations
         - be considered for their strategic benefits to the Board geographic, gender,         minority representation)
  5. The Nominating Committee is expected to welcome suggestions but shall be required to consider all recommendations for nominations from constituent members of the College provided such nominations are made in writing, signed by the nominee, endorsed by two other constituent members and delivered to the Nominating Committee at least six months before the constituent meeting at which elections are to be held.
  6. All candidates for officers and councilors will submit to the nominating committee a brief (no more than one page) curriculum vitae relevant to their fulfilling the requirements for board membership.
  7. When taking into consideration the geographic/regional distribution of all members of the Board, the Committee will consider the distribution according to the three regions listed in the site selection criteria by using as a guideline a range of three to six members per region.

Finance Committee

Chair

Limo Avivi-Arber, Canada

Members

Jung-Suk Han, South Korea
Dale Howes, South Africa
Xinquan Jiang, China
Dean Morton, USA
Carlos Parra, Chile
Ami Smidt, Israel
Daniel Wismeyer, The Netherlands


Duties

  1. It shall be the duty of the Finance Committee to advise the Presidents and Board on all matters concerning the financial well-being of the College.
  2. The Finance Committee shall advise the Treasurer on the preparation of budgets for consideration by the Board.
  3. The Finance Committee shall recommend to the Board means by which the College can meet its financial obligations.
  4. The Finance Committee shall advise the Treasurer on the management of College funds and securities.
  5. The Finance Committee should expect to be consulted in preparation for decisions on major expenditures by the College.
  6. The Finance Committee, with the approval of the Board, may seek the assistance of experts external to the College.
  7. The Finance Committee shall seek sponsors for the activities of the ICP

Education and Research Committee

Education Committee

Chair
Sreenivas Koka, USA

Education Grants
Chair
David Felton, USA

 

 





Online Education
Chair
Limor Avivi-Arber, Canada
Dale Howes, South Africa


ICP/IVOCLAR Fellowship
Chair
Brian Fitzpatrick, Australia




Research Grants

Chair
Kazuyoshi Baba, Japan

 

 

 

 

 

Poster Competition
Co-Chair
David Bartlett, UK
Nico Creugers, Netherlands

 

 

Members
Franco Bassi, Italy
James Dudley, Australia
Cosimo Maiolo, Australia
Kostas Michalakis, Greece
Dean Morton, USA
Matshediso "Kuki" Mothopi-Peri, South Africa
Alon Preiskel, UK
Arzu Tezvergil-Mutluay, Finland
Kumar Shah, USA

 


 


Members
Nico Creugers, Netherlands
Xinquan Jiang, China
Sreenivas Koka, USA



Members
Hiroshi Egusa, Japan
Annaloes Gerritsen, Netherlands
Yvonne Hoods-Moonsammy, South Africa
Manabu Kanazawa, Japan
Danielle Layton, Australia
Sunyoung Ma, New Zealand
Caroline Nguyen, Canada
Francesco Pera, Italy
Tong Mei Wang, Taiwan
Bulem Yuzugullu, Turkey
Yongsheng Zhou, China


Duties

  1. It shall be the duty of the Education and Research Committee to stimulate, promote, and evaluate prosthodontic research and determine areas where more research is needed.
  2. It shall be the duty of the Education and Research Committee to develop an awareness of education in Prosthodontics, to report significant developments to the Board of Councilors and members, and to recommend action by the College if appropriate.
  3. Subject to prior approval by the Board of Councilors, the Education and Research Committee may develop or engage in activities that will assist members in improving their research through collaboration, enhanced funding or the development of specific skills.
  4. The Education and Research Committee may also recommend or develop continuing education opportunities for the members of the College. Such programs may also be developed by other individuals or institutions and co-sponsored by the ICP with Board approval. Evaluation of such education proposals must adhered to the ICP approved guidelines for such activities.
  5. The Education and Research Committee may also recommend or develop, with the approval of the Board, continuing education activities to be presented by the College for non-members or for other organizations or institutions.
  6. It shall be the duty of the Education and Research Committee to conjointly with Ivoclar/Vivadent assess applications and select the winner of the Ivoclar Vivadent/International College of Prosthodontists Research Fellowship in Dental Restorative Materials.
  7. It shall be the duty of the Education and Research Committee to assess applications for and make a recommendation to the ICP Board for the awarding of the general Research Grants Program.
  8. It shall be the duty of the Education and Research Committee to assess and judge all poster presentations submitted for display at each Biennial meeting.
  9. The Education and Research Committee may also recommend or develop, with the approval of the Board, continuing education activities to be presented by the College for non-members or for other organizations or institutions.
  10. Subject to prior approval by the Board of Councilors, the Education and Research Committee may develop or engage in activities that will assist members in improving their research through collaboration, enhanced funding or the development of specific skills.

Professional Relations Committee

Chair

Ami Smidt, Israel

Members

Limor Avivi-Arber, Canada
Lino Calvani, Italy
Nico Creugers, Netherlands
David Felton, USA
Marcio Grossi, Brazil
Michael Michael, South Africa
Seong Joo Heo, South Korea
Noland Naidoor, South Africa
Martin Osswald, South Africa
Carlos Parra, Chile (Organizational Members Rep)
Alon Preiskel, UK

Duties

  1. It shall be the duty of the Professional Relations Committee to prepare suitable means and materials for developing increased interest in, and better understanding of the field of prosthodontics'
  2. It shall be the duty of the Professional Relations Committee to have the responsibility for coordinating the activities of the College with the other societies of dentistry, particularly those devoted to the specialty of prosthodontics.
  3. It shall be the duty of the Professional Relations Committee to examine and establish desirable liaison with other professional groups and associations.
  4. With the exception of news released directly by a President or the Secretary, the Professional Relations committee will be responsible for all news released relative to the College.
  5. The Chairman of the Professional Relations Committee serves as the Editor of the ICP newsletter.
  6. It shall be the duty of the Chair of the Professional Relations Committee to coordinate the Advisory Committee of Organizational Members (ACOM).

 

AD-HOC COMMITTEES 2018-2019

Scientific Committee

Instructions/Information regarding Program

Instructions/Information regarding Industry Partners

Co-Chairs

Sreenivas Koka, USA
Arun Sharma, USA

Members

Nico Creugers, The Netherlands
Nicola Zitzmann, Switzerland

Duties

  1. Finalize the scientific program and select speakers

Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2019
Local Conference Organizing Committee

Site Selection Guidelines (PDF document)

 

 

Members

Nico Creugers, Netherlands
Harry Reintsema, Netherlands
Daniel Wismeyer, Netherlands

Duties

  1. Assist with the development of the upcoming ICP meeting

 

ICP COMMITTEE TASK LIST

Committee Members Only:

Please select the link below for the following: Log into the ICP Committee Members Task List Tool View>>ICP Conference Flow Chart (timetable)

Go to ICP Committee Task List >>> ICP Task List

 

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