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2 Prevent outside interests from adversely affecting professional decision-making, patient care or research objectivity. Prevent outside activities from interfering with UAMS responsibilities. Comply with federal and state laws and regulations.

3 Must be completed within the first two weeks of employment and annually thereafter. Must also be updated within thirty (30) days of a change. https://secure.uams.edu/uamsforms/

4 Following submission, disclosures are reviewed by Chairs, Deans and the Conflict of Interest Committee. If the Committee determines that a staff member has a conflict, the staff member will be contacted and a management plan developed. The management plan will document steps being taken to prevent the outside interest from inappropriately influencing decision-making or impacting UAMS responsibilities. If the conflict cannot be managed, the Committee may request divestment of the interest.

5 Under Arkansas ethics laws, state employees may not participate (directly or indirectly) in any transaction at UAMS: (i) Where the employee or an immediate family member has a Financial Interest; (i) Involving an entity with which the employee or an immediate family member has a Financial Interest; or (i) Involving an entity with which the employee or an immediate family member is negotiating or has an arrangement concerning prospective employment.

6 Under state law, “Financial Interest” includes: (i) Ownership or any relationship where the person has received or is entitled to receive more than $1000 annually, or its equivalent; (ii) Ownership interests of greater than 5%; or (iii) Holding a position at an entity such as an officer director, trustee, partner, employee orthe like, or any position of management.”

7 Jennifer L. Smith, JD, RN Director of Conflict of Interest University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences 4301 West Markham, Slot 829 Little Rock, AR Office (501) Fax (501) Central Building, First Floor, Room 147(b)


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