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Annual Certification

Full-time faculty and salaried part-time faculty in the School of Medicine must complete an Annual Certification.  The purpose of the Annual Certification is to confirm that the Office of Policy Coordination and department directors have a complete, accurate, and up-to-date account of your reportable outside activities and/or financial interests.  The Annual Certification does not affect the obligation to disclose outside activities and/or financial interests as they arise and before proposing related research.  It is essential that disclosures be made in a timely manner.  Late disclosure may lead to serious consequences.

bulletWhen do I complete my Annual Certification? 
bulletHow can I access my Annual Certification? 
bulletWhat if I don't complete my Annual Certification? 

When do I complete my Annual Certification?

Annual reporting for the 2014-2015 academic year runs from February through April.  Faculty members who are required to complete the certification will be notified via personal e-mail when their Annual Certifications are due.  They will also receive weekly e-mail reminders during their department's month-long completion period.

Click here to see the group completion windows for academic year 2014-2015.

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How can I access my Annual Certification?

The Annual Certification is accessible via eDisclose, the online disclosure system.  Faculty members will be notified via e-mail when their Annual Certifications are due.  Contact the Office of Policy Coordination for additional information.

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What happens if I do not complete my Annual Certification?

Completion of the Annual Certification is mandatory for all full-time and salaried part-time faculty. Failure to complete the Annual Certification as required may be reviewed under the Procedures for Dealing with Issues of Professional Misconduct.

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