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Presents and discusses circumstances which can create real or perceived conflicts of commitment and conflicts of interest for faculty. Establishes the requirement for annual certification and financial disclosure.
Research funded by the Public Health Service (PHS) and National Science Foundation have specific requirements
Establishes limits on the amount of time that may be spent on outside consulting activities by Stanford faculty, and describes procedures for implementing this policy. 2003 clarification relates to consulting and outside management responsibilities.
Clarification of requirements related to faculty consulting and non-disclosure agreements, including a required summary of policies to be provided to any third party with whom the faculty member consults or has any other agreements.
Conflict of Commitment and Interest for Academic Staff (RPH 4.4)
Applies the principles of the Faculty Policy to members of the Academic Staff with two principal differences: consulting privileges are not normally extended to members of the Academic Staff, and Academic Staff are not normally required to complete an annual certification and disclosure.
Establishes specific prohibitions and defines a process for disclosures of potential conflict situations.
Establishes principles and procedures designed to ensure that research involving human subjects at Stanford University is conducted without untoward influence resulting from either the University's financial investments or holdings or the personal financial interests or holdings of key institutional leaders.
Discusses the application of University policy related to intellectual property, openness in research and conflict of commitment and interest to students working with outside companies.
Industry Interactions with Medical School and Hospital Personnel (School of Medicine/Hospitals policy)
Establishes guidelines for interactions with industry representatives (including the pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device, and hospital and research equipment and supplies industries) with personnel in the Stanford University Medical Center (including the Stanford School of Medicine, Stanford Hospital and Clinics, and the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital).
This policy is established to further promote physician integrity and objectivity, such that collaborations with industry can optimally benefit patients and improve human health and well-being.