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18 janvier 2020
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Conflict of Interest Management Policy

 

  1. Guidelines

 

Formations Thierry Supplie has a policy for managing real, perceived or potential conflicts of interest in order to prevent and avoid the presence of commercial bias during the training activities it provides.

To do so, this policy is based on the quality of care and the well-being of patients must take precedence over any attempt to influence or interfere that could alter the therapeutic relationship or the integrity of the professional.

We consider that a funder of a training activity for health professionals must not directly or indirectly influence the content of a training activity under any consideration.

This policy is based on the principles of transparency, independence, objectivity, balance, scientific rigour and accountability.

 

  1. Definition of links of interest

The notion of link of interest covers the interests or activities, past or present, of a patrimonial, professional or family nature, of the person in relation to the object of the mission entrusted to him.

  1. Preventing ties of interest

The prevention of links of interest is carried out on the basis of their declaration and in full transparency to the participants in vocational training actions.

Declaration :

In order to prevent real, perceived or potential links of interest, the designers and participants in actions for health professionals are asked to declare each year their possible links of interest and their nature:

 

  • · Main activity
  • Secondary activities: Participation in a decision-making body of a public or private organization whose activity, techniques or products fall within the field of competence of the body or collegial body subject of the declaration, scientific work or studies, consultant, articles, congresses, etc.

 

  • Activities that have received funding from a profit-making organisation whose corporate purpose falls within the scope of the organisation subject to the declaration
  • Financial interests in the capital of a company
  • Existence of close relatives who are employees or have financial interests in any structure whose corporate purpose falls within the scope of the body subject to the declaration
  • Other links of interest that the registrant chooses to make known.

Transparency :

  • This management policy for the prevention and management of conflicts of interest is included in the catalogue of continuing education actions proposed by the company Formations Thierry Supplie and can be downloaded online from our website,
  • Any additional information on this policy for the prevention and management of conflicts of interest can be obtained from the Continuing Education / Healthcare Professionals Referent, Mr SUPPLIE Thierry, identified in the same catalogue.
  1. Conflict of interest analysis

Upon receipt of the Declaration of Interests forms, our organization analyzes them to determine the presence or absence of any links of interest.

Depending on the type of link encountered and the role of the person or organization involved, the analysis covers the following elements:

Evaluation of the intensity of the relationship :

 

  1. great danger :
  • Links of major interest :
  • Creates a presumption of conflict of interest
  1. lower risk:
  • Other links of interest :
  • Presumption or absence of links of interest.

The assessment of the intensity of the link will take into account elements such as the frequency of the relationship, the amount of financial benefits, the position of control or influence in a commercial undertaking, the length of the relationship and its durability, etc. The assessment of the intensity of the link will take into account elements such as the frequency of the relationship, the amount of financial benefits, the position of control or influence in a commercial undertaking, the length of the relationship and its durability, etc.

Foreseeable impacts :

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  • For the content
  • For participants
  • For patients
  • For the organization

The assessment of foreseeable impacts will take into consideration such elements asThe extent of collaboration,

Influence on content development and recommendations,

Dissemination to health professionals,

Direct or indirect consequences for patients,

Accountability and perceptions in relation to the organization.

 

  1. Managing links of interest

Once the analysis is completed, the situation is managed according to four possibilities :

  1. LLinks of real interest
  2. Links of potential interest
  3. Interest income links
  4. Absent links of interest

The purpose of this management is to prevent or avoid any attempt to influence or interfere in any way that could alter the professional integrity of the designer and/or intervening party.

The course of action to be taken is established according to the type of link, the source of the link, its intensity, and its consequences.

  • Changing the content
  • Presentation of evidence supporting content
  • Presentation to participants of the recognized potential linkage to enable them to evaluate the concepts presented in light of this information.
  • Withdrawal of part of the course content or its cancellation
  • Any other actions deemed appropriate


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