All full-time, part-time, and contributed services regular and research faculty are required to submit an online joint affiliate annual disclosure survey. The survey includes questions related to external professional relationships and activities for the previous calendar year. The joint affiliate annual disclosure survey launch is announced via email on February 1st of each year. Disclosure of potential conflicts of commitment or conflicts of interest is not optional; those who fail to submit their disclosure survey on an annual basis place renewal of their faculty appointment in jeopardy when their current appointment expires. In addition, promotion candidates must have completed the current form in order for the promotion process to proceed. Information about the annual disclosure survey can be found summarized here; detailed information about the survey process can be found on the Office for Regulatory Affairs website.
The Feinberg Disclosure and Professional Integrity Policy has been updated and can be found here as well as on the Office for Regulatory Affairs website.
Questions regarding the Feinberg Disclosure and Professional Integrity Policy or the joint affiliate annual disclosure survey can be directed to the office of Robert M. Rosa, MD, Vice Dean for Regulatory Affairs and Chief Compliance Officer and Professor of Medicine, at 312-503-0336 or to Bridget Chamberlain, Director of Compliance, at firstname.lastname@example.org (312-503-2855).
This page last updated Feb 7, 2013