Why do we have new guidelines for our relations with industry?
To whom do the new guidelines for relations with industry apply?
Do the guidelines apply to me if I work primarily or exclusively at a UCLA affiliated hospital or clinic, but not on the UCLA campus?
Exactly what changes are required by the new guidelines for relations with industry?
Can we have food supplied by vendors at rounds or other educational activities?
Can we accept gift baskets sent by companies or their representatives?
Can industry reps attend grand rounds or lectures?
Can we still request educational grants from industry to support grand rounds, lecture series, or other educational programs?
How can we organize CME courses under the new guidelines?
Can faculty, staff, and trainees attend industry organized dinner meetings in the community?
What is considered a gift?
Can we receive free equipment?
What items may I continue to receive from industry?
Why can we no longer have pens, pads, or any materials bearing the name or logo of a product or a health care company in either the clinics or our offices?
Are there any exceptions to the guidelines forbidding use of industry logos?
Can a vendor provide free samples of drugs or devices to UCLA faculty and providers for patient use?
Can faculty, staff, and trainees use slides or other materials prepared by industry when giving a lecture or public presentation?
At professional conventions or scientific meetings, industry sponsors commonly provide meals as part of a symposium or other activities. Are these prohibited as well?
Can I accept funds for fellowships from industry?
Can I accept funds from an endowment for educational purposes?
How may an industry vendor refer to its relationship with UCLA?
How do we acknowledge university activities that are supported by educational grants from industry?
How may a faculty member refer to himself/herself when consulting with industry?
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