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Council Conflict of Interest Policy

The ASSH Conflict of Interest Policy covers positions in ASSH, relationships with other organizations/entities, employment, consultancies, ownership interests, honoraria, and research funding. Completion of a Disclosure Form will be required as Council deems necessary.

Except for the AAHS board members, if an individual is on the board of another related organization, that individual cannot serve on the ASSH presidential line.

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