The French National AIDS & Viral Hepatitis Council (CNS) is comprised of 26 members, including the President, exercising their duties for 5 years, with their appointments renewable once. Their services are voluntary. The current composition of the council comprises:

- Patrick YENI, President of the French National AIDS & Hepatitis Council

Five members representing the key areas of philosophy and spirituality, chosen by the President of France:

- Bruno CAZIN
- Christiane COUDRIER
- Samir HAMAMAH
- Georgia ROEHRICH
- Liliane VANA

One member of the Assemblée nationale and one member of the Sénat chosen by the Presidents of both institutions:

- (Pending nomination)
- Christine BONFANTI-DOSSAT

Twelve qualified members designated by decree of the Prime Minister, nominated by the Minister for Health, including:

– Four members chosen for their ability to tackle the social consequences of development of the diseases:

- Philippe ARTIÈRES
- Nathalie BAJOS
- Florence JUSOT

- Marie PRÉAU

– Four members chosen for their expertise or experience in the associative field of the fight against AIDS & Hepatitis:

- Marc DIXNEUF
- Hugues FISCHER
- Olivier MAGUET

- Romain SICOT

– Four members chosen for their expertise in healthcare, epidemiology and research:

- Carine FAVIER
- Pascal PUGLIESE
- Christine ROUZIOUX

- Christine SILVAIN

A member chosen by the President of the French Economic and Social Council:

- Michel CHASSANG

One member of the French National Consultative Ethics Committee on Health and Life Sciences, chosen by its president:

- Mounira AMOR-GUÉRET

One member chosen by the President of the French National Union of Family Associations:

- Thierry FOULQUIER-GAZAGNES

One member chosen by the Defender of Rights:

- Jean-Pierre MIGNARD

One member chosen by the President of the French National Medical Association:

- Valérie LACROIX

One member chosen by the President of the French Data Protection Authority:

- Anne DEBET

Also find the members of the CNS’s declarations of competing interests, on the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health’s website.