This collection of important Johns Hopkins School of Medicine policies is not a complete compendium of institutional policies affecting faculty and students. Documented elsewhere are other policies of importance to faculty and students, such as Policies and Guidelines Governing Appointments, Promotions, and Professional Activities; Guidelines of the Joint Committee on Clinical Investigation; Use of Experimental Animals; and the School of Medicine Intellectual Property Guidelines. Moreover, policies specific to each of the hospitals of the Johns Hopkins Health System may apply to faculty and student activities at those institutions.
Although these policies relate primarily to faculty, student activities are also subject to some of the policies (e.g., Rules and Guidelines for Responsible Research, and Grievence Procedures). The revised Policy on Conflict of Commitment and Conflict of Interest, which was effective June 1, 1994, replaces the Policy on Conflict of Commitment and Conflict of Interest, effective June 8, 1992.
Questions regarding these policies should be referred to the following offices:
Conflict of Interest/Commitment
Responsible Conduct of Research
Procedures for Dealing with Professional Misconduct
Statement on Gender Neutrality