Guidelines & Forms
Industry-sponsored/Funded Interactions/Engagements Checklist
As part of the Conflict of Interest guidelines, a written request must be submitted to the Dean for approval to speak at an industry - funded event. The request should be received in the Dean's Office at least 30 days before the event.
SoM Conflict of Interest Guidelines
The Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center of West Virginia University employs innovative faculty and staff who earn regional, national, and international recognition for their contributions to education, research, patient care, and the advancement of their diverse clinical and scientific specialties. As a result of their expertise and experience, faculty and staff have opportunities to engage in professional activities with industry, professional and scientific organizations and journals, other univ ersities, and governmental agencies.
CoI AAMC Recommendations
Contains The AAMC Recommendations and the School of Medicine Guiding Principles.
ACCME Standards for Commercial Support
Standards to Ensure the Independence of CME Activities
WVU Faculty Handbook Outside Consulting
Outside employment is left to the discretion of the faculty member, subject to the policies governing consulting stated below. The compensation derived f rom such activities is also left to the discretion of the faculty member. However, faculty members may not tutor their own students for compensation.
West Virginia Ethics Act
In addition to following all relevant guidelines and policies of the university, all faculty members of the WVU School of Medicine that are state employees are personally obligated to abide by the West Virginia Ethics Act. The link below will provide an overview of the Ethics Act and should be reviewed thoroughly by any faculty member before he or she wishes to engage in any consulting or employment outside of his or her employment with the university. See also, WVU BOG Policy 17, entitled "Ethics."