Conflict of Interest

A conflict of interest is a situation where an investigator's outside financial interest(s) or obligation(s) may compromise or have the appearance of compromising the investigator’s professional actions or judgment in the designing, conducting, or reporting of their research projects.

A financial interest is anything of economic value, including a fiduciary duty with an outside entity. Examples include, but are not limited to, positions such as director, officer, partner, consultant or manager of an entity (paid of unpaid); salaries; consulting income; equity interests; honoraria; gifts; loans; and travel payments.

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