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Summary of Reports and Approvals Required Under the UWHC Code of Ethics on Conflicts of Interest

Summary of Reports and Approvals Required Under the UWHC Code of Ethics on Conflicts of Interest - Departments & Programs, UW Hospital and Clinics, Compliance, Code of Conduct/Ethics

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Report of Outside Activities 

Three types of activities must be reported on the attached form – (1) certain ownership or leadership positions in outside organizations; (2) certain remuneration (payment) from outside activities; or (3) certain relationships with sponsors of research. If you do not have any reportable outside activities, you do not need to prepare and submit this form. 

Ownership or Leadership Positions in Outside Organizations

Remuneration (Payment) for Outside Activities 

If you earned $1,000 or more in a year from a single source of outside activities in your field of academic interest or specialization or in a field related to the activities of the department in which you work, you need to list each source of payment in excess of $1,000. Do not list the amount received on this form. 

Examples of such outside sources may include honoraria for presentations, payments for consultation services, and work for other employers even if it is during your time off. 

Relationships with Sponsors of Research 

If you are principal investigator on a research project, you must disclose any remunerative relationships between you and a non-governmental sponsor of that research. This requirement will not apply to many hospital employees, since most principal investigators are University, not hospital, employees.