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New JHM policies tighten rules on industry interactions
Date:4/8/2009

Johns Hopkins Medicine has adopted a new policy that significantly limits interactions with industry while ensuring effective, principled and appropriate partnerships with drug and medical device makers.

Called the Johns Hopkins Medicine Policy on Interaction with Industry, the policy, to take effect July 1, strengthens and clarifies several long-standing policies while adding new restrictions on how Johns Hopkins physicians, scientists, students and staff may interact with industry.

"This policy will help us promote a culture in which Hopkins faculty and other personnel can exercise independent, unbiased judgment in all their activities while interacting with industry in appropriate ways that support our missions of delivering excellent care to patients, and integrity in teaching and research," said Edward D. Miller, dean of the medical faculty and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine.

Chief among the new rules are those that prohibit the acceptance of gifts or entertainment - including food - regardless of value, from pharmaceutical and medical device companies. Consulting arrangements that carry personal compensation but no real duties also are prohibited, and - beginning in 2010 - Hopkins will no longer accept free pharmaceutical samples, although in some limited cases, de-identified samples (those without the brand name or manufacturer's name) may be used for patient education.

The new policy restricts access by pharmaceutical representatives to non-patient care areas only, and then, only on the invitation of the physician or other Hopkins staff members. Similar restrictions are levied on medical device industry representatives. Unrestricted gifts to the institution from industry may be accepted under certain carefully spelled out circumstances.

"Industry plays a crucial role in advancing medical research and treatments, and the intent is not to discourage principled partnerships," says Julie Gottlieb, assistan
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Contact: Gary Stephenson
gstephenson@jhmi.edu
410-955-5384
Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
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