Disclosure

Relevant Financial Relationships & Discussion of Off-Label or Investigational Products

ASAPS Disclosure Policy

Please download, print, fill out in entirety, and return this disclosure form by scanning and emailing it to Vicky Dean-Swart at deanswar@europa.com.

Disclosure form for 2017

It is the policy of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery to assure that its educational mission, and Continuing Medical Education activities in particular, shall not be influenced by special interests of individuals associated with these programs. Having an interest, or affiliation with a corporate entity may not necessarily influence the faculty, but the relationship will undergo scrutiny by the CME Committee or its delegated peer review committee, which will resolve conflicts before the educational activity occurs.

All individuals involved in program development, faculty and others who are in positions to influence the educational content, shall make full disclosure of all commercial relationships, including those of spouse/partner occurring within the past 12 months. The disclosures shall include the name of the commercial entity and the nature of the relationship. This includes financial interests, arrangements, or affiliations with companies or other organizations, whose products or services are discussed in or related to health care.

Faculty and all others who are in positions to influence educational content are required to report receiving anything of value from a commercial interest as defined by ACCME: Any entity producing marketing, re-selling, or distributing health care goods or services, used on, or consumed by patients. The ACCME does not consider providers of clinical service directly to patients to be commercial interests. For more information, visit www.accme.org. “Anything of value” refers to a variety of items, including, but not limited to, and equity position, vested interest, royalties, serving as a consultant, research grant funding, honoraria for education services or to any other relationship.