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  324.177.  Advisory commission for clinical perfusionists established, duties, members, expenses, compensation, removal. — 1.  There is hereby established an "Advisory Commission for Clinical Perfusionists" which shall guide, advise and make recommendations to the board.  The commission shall approve the examination required by section 324.133 and shall assist the board in carrying out the provisions of sections 324.125 to 324.183.

  2.  The advisory commission shall consist of five perfusionist members and two public members which shall be appointed by the governor with the advice and consent of the senate.  The members of the commission shall be appointed for terms of six years; except those first appointed, of which one shall be appointed for a term of one year, one shall be appointed for a term of two years, one shall be appointed for a term of three years, one shall be appointed for a term of four years, one shall be appointed for a term of five years and one shall be appointed for a term of six years.  The nonpublic commission members shall be residents of the state of Missouri for at least one year, shall be United States citizens and shall meet all the requirements for licensing provided in sections 324.125 to 324.183, shall be licensed pursuant to sections 324.125 to 324.183, except the members of the first commission, who shall be licensed within six months of their appointment and are actively engaged in the practice of perfusion.  If a member of the commission shall, during the member's term as a commission member, remove the member's domicile from the state of Missouri, then the commission shall immediately notify the governor and the seat of that commission member shall be declared vacant.  All such vacancies shall be filled by appointment as in the same manner as the preceding appointment.  The public members shall be at the time of the members' appointment citizens of the United States; residents of the state for a period of at least one year and registered voters; persons who are not and never were members of any profession licensed or regulated pursuant to sections 324.125 to 324.183 or the spouse of such person; persons who do not have and never have had a material, financial interest in either the provision of the professional services regulated by sections 324.125 to 324.183, or an activity or organization directly related to any profession licensed or regulated by sections 324.125 to 324.183.

  3.  Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, any appointed member of the commission shall receive as compensation an amount established by the director of the division of professional registration not to exceed seventy dollars per day for commission business plus actual and necessary expenses.  The director of the division of professional registration shall establish by rule guidelines for payment.  All staff for the commission shall be provided by the division of professional registration.

  4.  A member of the commission may be removed if the member:

  (1)  Does not have, at the time of appointment, the qualifications required for appointment to the commission;

  (2)  Does not maintain during service on the commission the qualifications required for appointment to the commission;

  (3)  Violates any provision of sections 324.125 to 324.183;

  (4)  Cannot discharge the member's duties for a substantial part of the term for which the member is appointed because of illness or disability; or

  (5)  Is absent from more than half of the regularly scheduled commission meetings that the member is eligible to attend during a calendar year, unless the absence is excused by a majority vote of the commission.


(L. 1997 S.B. 141 § 33, A.L. 2001 H.B. 567)

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