Conflicts of Interest (COI) Basic

This course provides foundational training on the PHS regulations associated with financial conflicts of interests.

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About this Course


The COI Basic course discusses the PHS regulations on financial conflicts of interest and an investigator’s responsibilities relating to the disclosure of “Significant Financial Interests.”

It is designed to help learners satisfy training requirements associated with the PHS regulations on financial conflicts of interest. Organizations may also choose to include content on institutional conflicts of interest and conflicts of commitment and conscience. Additionally, organizations may add customized content to describe their own internal conflict of interest policies through the use of an organization-specific policies module.

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Language Availability: English

Suggested Audiences: Investigators Involved in PHS-Funded Research, Investigators Needing a Familiarity with PHS FCOI Regulations

Organizational Subscription Price: Included in base subscription
Independent Learner Price: $110 per person


CE Credits and Units


To purchase CE credits and units, you need to be affiliated with an organization that subscribes to this course or buy it as an independent learner first.

Physicians

AMA PRA Category 1 Credit

2 Credits
(3 CE certified modules)
$40

1 June 2018
31 May 2021

Psychologists

CE Credit/Hour

2 Credits
(3 CE certified modules)
$40

1 June 2018
31 May 2021

Nurses

Contact Hour

2 Credits
(3 CE certified modules)
$30

1 April 2019
31 May 2021

Other Participants

Certificate of Participation

2 Credits
(3 CE certified modules)
$30

1 June 2018
31 May 2021


Course Content


Financial Conflicts of Interest: Overview, Investigator Responsibilities, and COI Rules (COI-Basic) CME/CEU Badge

Provides an overview of the U.S. PHS regulations on financial conflicts of interest. It includes a discussion of an investigator’s responsibilities relating to the disclosure of “Significant Financial Interests.”

Recommended Use: Required
ID (Language): 15070 (English)
Author(s): Janet Holcombe, JD - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; Charlotte Talman, MSN, MBA - The University of Iowa

Institutional Responsibilities as They Affect Investigators (COI-Basic) CME/CEU Badge

Presents an overview of the responsibilities that institutions have regarding the PHS regulations on financial conflicts of interest. It includes a discussion of the expectations that institutions have as they review and evaluate the “Significant Financial Interest” reports of their investigators.

Recommended Use: Required
ID (Language): 15072 (English)
Author(s): Raymond J. Hutchinson, MS, MD - University of Michigan; Guy M. Chisolm, PhD - Cleveland Clinic; Cory Schmidt, JD - Cleveland Clinic

Conflicts of Commitment and Conscience (COI-Basic) CME/CEU Badge

Provides an overview of conflicts of commitment, conflicts of conscience, and other types of non-financial conflicts of interest are presented to learners. In addition, it seeks to help learners identify strategies that may help to address these types of conflicts.

Recommended Use: Supplemental
ID (Language): 15073 (English)
Author(s): Thomas H. Champney, PhD - University of Miami

Institutional Conflicts of Interest (COI-Basic)

Describes various forms of ICOI, core components of an ICOI policy, governance models for ICOI identification, review, and management, as well as approaches for managing ICOI. It is primarily designed for administrators.

Recommended Use: Supplemental
ID (Language): 16765 (English)
Author(s): Jennifer McCafferty, PhD, CHC, CCEP, CHPC, CHRC - Miami Children's Hospital; Lory A. Hayes, PhD, CHRC - University of Miami

Organization-Specific Policies (Basic Level)

This is customizable content where organizations may detail their own internal COI policies as well as direct learners to organizational-specific content or materials.

Recommended Use: Supplemental
ID (Language): (Multiple Languages Available)


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