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policy BEH-002 : Conflict of Interest and Conflict of Commitment

Team Members have an obligation to be objective and impartial in fulfilling their responsibilities to the Health System; this policy("Policy") is intended to promote awareness of Health System requirements concerning gifts, gratuities, funds for the support of educational activities or stipends, conflicts of interest, and conflicts of commitment.

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view  |  PDF document icon BEH-002 COICOC FINAL 20121.pdf — PDF document, 9.47 MB (9928838 bytes)
view  |  PDF document icon BEH-002 Appendix A COI FAQs 10012016.pdf — PDF document, 164 KB (168847 bytes)

  1. effective date:

    February 1, 2021
  2. related or referenced content:

    Provost Office: http://provost.virginia.edu/conflict-interest-faculty
    Medical Center: http://www.medicalcenter.virginia.edu/intranet/ccpo/corporate-compliance
    University: http://www.virginia.edu/vprgs/objectivity.html
    School of Medicine: https://med.virginia.edu/school-administration/wp-content/uploads/sites/304/2015/11/Code-of-Conduct.pdf
    University: Policy XV.A.1, Conflict of Interests (University of Virginia Manual of Financial and Administrative Policies and Procedures)             
    Medical Center Policy No. 0235 “Compliance Code of Conduct” 
    State and Local Governmental Conflict of Interests Act and the Ethics in Public Contracting Section of the Virginia Public Procurement Act of the Code of Virginia.      
    UPG: The University of Virginia Physicians Group Conflict of Interest/Conflict of Commitment Policy;
    Medical Center Policy No. 0193 “Electronic Mail (E-mail)

    Medical Center Policy No. 0013 “Vendors, Sales, and Service Representatives at the Medical Center”.

    Medical Center Policy No. 0030 “The Use of Cameras and other Electronic Devices and Media”
    Transitional Care Hospital  Policy No. 0235 “Compliance Code of Conduct” 
    Transitional Care Hospital Policy No. 0193 “Electronic Mail (E-mail)”

    Transitional Care Hospital Policy No. 0013 “Interactions with Vendors, Sales, and Service Representatives”  
    Transitional Care Hospital Policy No. 0030 “The Use of Cameras and other Electronic Devices and Media”
    Health System: ACC-001 “Health System Identification”; ACC-002 “Access Control to Health System Facilities”
    University: Policy RES-005 “Financial Conflicts of Interest for Research Investigators,”

    University: Policy HRM-045 Faculty External Consulting and Internal Overload

  3. signature(s):

    K. Craig Kent, MD, Executive Vice President, Health Affairs