School of Nursing Policies & Procedures
School of Nursing full-time and part-time salaried faculty members and investigators are required to disclose their outside activities and interests to the Office for Science and Innovation and the Johns Hopkins University Office of Policy Coordination for review. Specific disclosure requirements may vary depending on one's employment or appointment status, one's relationship to research, and other factors. All disclosures are submitted electronically via the online disclosure system, JHU eDisclose.
WHAT DO I NEED TO DISCLOSE? Outside activities and financial interest if they are related to your “institutional responsibilities”
- Service on advisory committees or boards and review panels (exceptions apply)
- Publishing/editing/authoring (if remuneration is anticipated)
- Board of Directors
- Speaking, teaching and lecturing (exceptions apply)
- Inventor of licensed technology
- Receipt of income from licenses, whether equity, royalty, or other
- Entitlement to equity and/or royalty
- Equity ownership (except mutual funds)
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing houses their IRB within Johns Hopkins Medicine. Nurse researchers must adhere to all School of Medicine IRB policies.
Additional Policies & Procedures
Note: If no school policy exists then the university policy is the guiding policy.
To learn more or submit a public information request form, visit our Conflict of Interest webpage. All other university-wide policies can be found on the Johns Hopkins Research Administration Policies and Regulations webpage.
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