Addressing potential financial conflicts of interest not only supports the University's mission, but also avoids the erosion of public confidence. The University is committed to ensuring that its activities are conducted in accordance with the highest standards of integrity and ethics. These activities must be in compliance with applicable State and Federal laws related to conflict of interest and objectivity in research.
As a researcher and scholar, you responsible for disclosing external relationships that may present competing interests and managing any potential conflicts to ensure that University research and other activities are protected from even the appearance of impropriety.
This course is designed to set forth the principles for identifying the potential of conflicts and the procedures for disclosing, reviewing and addressing those potential conflicts.
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